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German Joe
Edward George Dyson
scrub, Tramping and turning amidst the trees, Carrying nothing but blankets and grub, Careless of pRate it:

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God Bless all
Nikhil Parekh
the tyrannized in their times of distress; carrying the treacherously orphaned to their dwellings oRate it:

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Good and Evil XXII
Khalil Gibran
is a torrent rushing with might to the sea, carrying the secrets of the hillsides and the songs of Rate it:

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Government
Carl Sandburg
and mysterious and sensitive as any human sinner carrying a load of germs, traditions and corpuscleRate it:

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Hawaiian
Padraic Colum
for ships. Men come down from the mountains carrying sandalwood on their backs; More and more men aRate it:

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He Was The one
Nikhil Parekh
my progeny and assisting him a trifle in carrying on the chapter of his existence, He was the oneRate it:

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I Am In Love
Nikhil Parekh
O! Lord; that I crashed head on with the waiter carrying a tray full of pastry; when infact I had aRate it:

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I Think I Am In Love
Nikhil Parekh
O! lord; that I crashed head on with the waiter carrying a tray full of pastry; when infact I had aRate it:

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I Would Still Continue To Love Her
Nikhil Parekh
to love her immortally with my shoulders; carrying her to the most invincible places of safety; to Rate it:

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In The Public Library
Lesbia Harford
rivalled God, Kate thought. A ray Of sunshine carrying gilded flecks of dust And minutes bright wRate it:

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Intention To Escape From Him
Edna St. Vincent Millay
yellow, srong to overflow its banks in spring, carrying away bridges A bed of pebbles now, throughRate it:

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Into Their Hands
Kurt Philip Behm
make way, as faith glides freely upon the wind Carrying my fervent hopes into this moment, presentRate it:

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Jack McGuire
Edgar Lee Masters
at Peoria. And yet I was going peacefully home, Carrying my jug, a little drunk, When Logan, the maRate it:

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Jottings of New York
William Topaz McGonagall
with a big tin can, And seems proud to be seen carrying home the beer To treat his neighbours and hRate it:

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Kept Calling Me Father
Nikhil Parekh
whirlwind to the summit of the mountain; carrying me down; as I miserably felt short of indispensaRate it:

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King Solomon And The Queen Of Sheba
Vachel Lindsay
thousand years. [They stagger forward as though carrying a yoke together.] Both Leaders: King SoloRate it:

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LI GALOPPINI (The Scroungers)
Giuseppe Gioacchino Belli
which the 'walkers' were Waiters began to pass Carrying lots of ice-cream cups. But alas! to thRate it:

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Lover's Gifts XVI: She Dwelt Here by the Pool
Rabindranath Tagore
tree; the ferry-boat crosses to yonder ford carrying crowds to the market; but they never notice thRate it:

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Man and Dog
Edward Thomas
but lame, leaning on a staff new-skinned, Carrying a brolly, flag-basket, and old coat,--- TowardsRate it:

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Many Soldiers
Edgar Lee Masters
flag; The sound of martial music; The thrill of carrying a gun; Advancement in the world on coming Rate it:

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Music
Boris Pasternak
sweating athletes, human telpher, Were carrying up narrow stairs, As though a bell onto a belfry, Rate it:

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Narcissistic Sojourn
Patricia Fritsche
residence, I suppose. Born in strife carrying backpack of rocks trying to make sense of the wholeRate it:

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Nymphidia, The Court Of Fairy (excerpts)
Michael Drayton
a devil, And furiously doth her assail For carrying fire in her tail; He thrash'd her rough cRate it:

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Orpheus
Sir Osbert Sitwell
when the housewife returns, Carrying her basket, She will not understand. She misses nothing, HRate it:

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Ourselves were wed one summer—dear
Emily Dickinson
the Dark— Where You had put me down— By Some one carrying a Light— I—too—received the Sign. 'Tis tRate it:

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