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Evarra And His Gods
Rudyard Kipling
praised him for this craft, And brought him butter, honey, milk, and curds. Wherefore, because thRate it:

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Fantasia
Duncan Campbell Scott
of nard and honey, And squat jars of clarid butter, And the cheese from Kurdistan. When you offer FRate it:

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Farewell
John Clare
clump close to the river And the flags where the butter-bump hides in forever; Farewell to the weedRate it:

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Father Ranney, the Cheese Pioneer
James McIntyre
proceeds of the milk, But those who buy their butter, How dear it is, they mutter. Then long life Rate it:

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H for Higher.
Higher
legs Raise your back, pop the gland spread like butter, swim slap they mother we faded to the x ratRate it:

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Her Terms
William Schwenck Gilbert
Monarch's ransom: When purse to bread and butter barely reaches, What is your wife to do for hot-hoRate it:

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His Bread And His Art
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
is your favourite role?' 'Hot, madam, and with butter spread,' He answered from his soul. Rate it:

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Holy Fair, The
Robert Burns
in mony a whang, 62 An' farls, bak'd wi' butter, 63 Fu' crump that day. 64 When Rate it:

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Hymn to the Dairymaids on Beacon Street
Christopher Morley
pure they mutter O'er the golden minted butter And (no layman hand can pen it) See them gloat abRate it:

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In Grandmamma's Kitchen
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
the lighter the cake. The bright golden butter was petted and patted And coaxed to be shapely and Rate it:

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Krishna Approaches Radha
Sant Surdas
some son of Nanda is in the habit of stealing butter and curds.' Krishna said, 'Look, why shouldRate it:

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Krishna Questions His Hair Braid Not Growing
Sant Surdas
say milk is better. never delicious bread and butter, Sur, long live the two brothers, the twosome Rate it:

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Krishna's Meal
Sant Surdas
recount. some he eats, some gives to gopas, butter in his hands, curd in doniyas. The joy of YasodaRate it:

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Late Spring
Henry Van Dyke
The grasses of the meadow, and a blaze Of butter-cups and daisies in the field, Filling the air Rate it:

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Limerick:There was an Old Man of Calcutta
Edward Lear
Man of Calcutta, Who perpetually ate bread and butter, Till a great bit of muffin, On which he was Rate it:

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Lines Read at a Dairymaids' Social, 1887
James McIntyre
glee what is fitter In this land of cheese and butter, But no young man should be afraid To court aRate it:

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Little Puddleton
Robert William Service
prospect of the crops, And the price of eggs and butter - there the conversation drops. For in a doRate it:

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Mad, But Not So Mad
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
not completely daft. In regard to hops and butter, Wheat and sugar, things like these Our insanityRate it:

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Market Women’s Cries
Jonathan Swift
never was tried. Come, eat them with pure fresh butter and mustard, Their bellies are soft, and aRate it:

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Mine is Gopal
Mirabai
churned with great love. When I took out the butter, no need to drink any buttermilk. I came for Rate it:

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Mr. Nixon
Ezra Pound
take a column, 'Even if you have to work free. 'Butter reviewers. From fifty to three hundred 'I rRate it:

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Mrs Jaypher
Edward Lear
'Ice produces cream, Beer when churned produces butter! Henceforth all the words I utter Distant agRate it:

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My Garden
Kurt Philip Behm
ahead The past redundant, future flawed to butter my own bread The years have come with decadesRate it:

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Never Had A Chance
Hattie Howard
showed Her grief and blunders too. The butter-making, bread and cheese, The old folks difficult toRate it:

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No peace
Joseph Mark Ippolito
opens; fish in batter ‘Red sauce an’ a roll wi’ butter please’ Day is drowsy I feel lousy TomorroRate it:

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