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A Death More Horrific Than What Death Could Ever Be
Nikhil Parekh
or whether to lecherously drown to the rock bottom of the deep ocean; with an unsurpassable battaliRate it:

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A Fable
Jane Taylor
in wondrous wise. For first, appears at bottom of the phial A large precipitate of self-denial ; OfRate it:

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A Glass Of Wine
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
'Distress.' I know you cannot see. And at the bottom are the dregs of shame: Oh! it is plain to me.Rate it:

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A Legend of Truth
Rudyard Kipling
the ancient legends tell, Truth, rising from the bottom of her well, Looked on the world, but, hearRate it:

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A Man Perishing in the Snow: From Whence Reflections are Raised on the Miseries of Life.
James Thomson
lake, Where the fresh fountain from the bottom boils. These check his fearful steps; and down he sRate it:

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A Monumental Column
John Webster
is an high-going sea that wants both shore and bottom. Neither do I, my noble lord, present you witRate it:

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A Morning Fancy
Ambrose Bierce
whatever through its spaces glided, Or at the bottom traveled or abided. Great cities there I saw-Rate it:

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A Northern Legend
William Cullen Bryant
golden ring is there. Uprises from the bottom A young and handsome knight; In golden scales he risRate it:

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A PANEGYRIC TO SIR LEWIS PEMBERTON
Robert Herrick
fix'd it stands, by her own power And well-laid bottom, on the iron and rock, Which tries, and counRate it:

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A Prayer On Going Into My House
William Butler Yeats
his life, Manacle his soul upon the Red Sea bottom. Rate it:

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A Promise Forgotten
Kurt Philip Behm
your own dime novel Are you the toy at the bottom of the cracker jacks box Are you the name Rate it:

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A Roxbury Garden
Amy Lowell
and about, With the top of you under, And the bottom at top, But never a stop. Turn about, hoop, toRate it:

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A Servian Legend
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
with a shout; So fierce his clutch he pulled the bottom out, As the good angel, fainting, laid the Rate it:

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A Short Discourse on Eternity
Michael Wigglesworth
bank or bound: A deep Abyss, wherein there is no bottom to be found. This World hath stood now sincRate it:

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A Soaring Toad
Ambrose Bierce
a pole. Let him, judicious, sit With dignity at bottom of his pit, And none his awkwardness will evRate it:

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A Song Of The Sandbags
Robert William Service
and Fritz is wonderin' like me Wot's at the bottom of it all? Wot all the slaughter's for? 'E tRate it:

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A Tale Of Starvation
Amy Lowell
could lift, When he saw something glisten at the bottom of the trench, And to get it out he made grRate it:

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A Tale of the Sea
William Topaz McGonagall
about the dory, And they found that the bottom of the boat was gory; Then their hearts were seized Rate it:

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A True Poet
Nikhil Parekh
voice; as he divulges voluptuous rhyme from the bottom of his soul; and with maximum impact, A trRate it:

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About The Nightingale
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
rot him! There's something falls off at his bottom. Yet, sure, no wonder it should breed,Rate it:

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Adam: A Sacred Drama. Act 1.
William Cowper
to him, to others opened; And sighing from the bottom of his heart, Let him in homage to my power eRate it:

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Adventurers
Lesbia Harford
water, felt The fine brown sand Of the creek bottom, shuddered, splashed and knelt Too cold to sRate it:

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Alive As A Ghost
Nikhil Parekh
her voice, Even though I was sinking to the bottom of the gargantuan ocean; with a fleet of rebelRate it:

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All The Talents
George Canning
When the broad-bottom 'd Junto, with reason at strife, Resign'd, with a sigh, its political life; When converted to Rome, and of honesty tired, The...Rate it:

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An Account Of The Greatest English Poets
Joseph Addison
Current, tho' serene and bright, Betray's a bottom odious to the sight. But now my Muse, a softer Rate it:

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