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The Great Pig Story of the Tweed
James Brunton Stephens
all men shunned, for whosoe'er Upon his beat might chance, Was bound to hear his tale in each MinutRate it:

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The Last Shuttee
Rudyard Kipling
the soul of the dying Rajpoot King, All night beat up from the women's wing A cry that we couldRate it:

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The Two Armies
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
men, both brave, both strong, And their hearts beat high as they marched along To fight the battle Rate it:

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The Willow-Tree (Another Version)
William Makepeace Thackeray
bring your net, Boatman your hook. Beat in the lily-beds, Dive in the brook!' III. Vainly the conRate it:

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Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
truck, An' chews 'is fag - a sign 'is nerve is beat An' swears a bit, an' sez 'e's done is luck. 'Rate it:

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Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
the life,' my father said, 'that's very hard to beat.' For my father was a farmer, as his father waRate it:

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At sunset
Emily Pauline Johnson
outreached its arms, all passion thronged And beat against Fate's wall, Crying in utter homesicknRate it:

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Daniel Wheeler
John Greenleaf Whittier
fervid heat Against Tahiti's mountains beat; The same mysterious Hand which gave Deliverance upon lRate it:

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Pitch Black Skies
Nicholas Alahverdian
all the way to you. being shall cease with a beat, thump, beat as they cry and cry through pitch bRate it:

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Rabbi Ben Ezra
Robert Browning
treasured up the whole; Should not the heart beat once 'How good to live and learn?' Not once beatRate it:

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Saša Milivojev - ICE MONUMENT
Saša Milivojev
rays of light Once a heart is thawed It will beat for you Memories I lost Turn my blood to frost TeRate it:

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A School Song
Rudyard Kipling
with famous men Set in office o'er us; And they beat on us with rods-- Faithfully with many rods-- Rate it:

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The Dogs
Arthur Symons
My desires are upon me like dogs, I beat them back, Yet they yelp upon my track; And I know that my soul one day shall lie at their feet, And my so...Rate it:

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The Falconer Of God
Stephen Vincent Benet
My wild soul waited on as falcons hover. I beat the reedy fens as I trampled put. I heard the mRate it:

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Juliet After The Masquerade. By Thompson
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
were all confusion, but most sweet,-- Her heart beat high, but pleasant was its beat. She murmur'dRate it:

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A Liz Town Humorist
James Whitcomb Riley
good things to eat, Ripe mushmillon's hard to beat!' I chawed on. And Mart he 'lowed Wortermillon Rate it:

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A Pair Of Lovers In The Street
Arthur Henry Adams
spare me—so soon again At the barred door to beat in vain, And find their dalliance sRate it:

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A Roxbury Garden
Amy Lowell
flutter like flags, The hoop-sticks are ready to beat you. Turn, turn, Hoops! In the yellow sunshinRate it:

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A Touch Of The Late Prince
Mario William Vitale
long ago let the truth be told bust up the beat to increase its tempo squeeze it easy I'm stiRate it:

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A Wall Flower
Amy Levy
with Jane My spirit rises to the music's beat; There is a leaden fiend lurks in my feet! To move uRate it:

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Charlotte Mary Mew
garded heart; as safe as they fomr the beat, beat Of hooves that tread dropped roses in the street.Rate it:

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All Things will Die
Alfred Lord Tennyson
heart this May morning in joyance is beating Full merrily; Yet all things must die. The strRate it:

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Amours de Voyage, Canto III
Arthur Hugh Clough
her waters; Over her billows that buffet and beat us, her offspring uncared-for, Casting one singRate it:

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An Eastern Tale
David John Scott
they never lacked The power to beat a foeman back. Thermopylae, so famed in Grecian story Is but anRate it:

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Around The Sun
Katharine Lee Bates
fleet Around the radiant Sun, Do not thy pulses beat To music blithe and sweet, O Venus, veiled, myRate it:

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