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Break of Day
Siegfried Sassoon
the light, Then stretches down his head to crop the green. All things that he has loved are in hiRate it:

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Bring Wine
Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi
216 Bring wine, for I am suffering crop sickness from the vintage; God has seized me, and I am thus held fast. By love’s soul, bring me a cup o...Rate it:

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By Wood and Wold
Adam Lindsay Gordon
shadows look cool and broad— You can crop the grass as fast as you please, While I stretch my limbsRate it:

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Can Never evolve
Nikhil Parekh
fructifying and ebulliently blissful crop, The sea which pathetically cries while undulating; canRate it:

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Carmel Point
Robinson Jeffers
of things! This beautiful place defaced with a crop of surburban houses- How beautiful when we firRate it:

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Cavalier Tunes
Robert Browning
Sir Byng stood for his King, Bidding the crop-headed Parliament swing: And, pressing a troop unableRate it:

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Cavalier Tunes: Marching Along
Robert Browning
Sir Byng stood for his King, Bidding the crop-headed Parliament swing: And, pressing a troop Rate it:

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Ch 06 On Weakness And Old Age Story 05
Sa di
will no longer wave in the breeze like a young crop. The period of youth has departed. Rate it:

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Childhood
Anne Bradstreet
to loose. I fear'd no drought, nor wet; I had no crop, Nor yet on future things did place my hope. Rate it:

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Christmas is not for midgets spread out in a given circumstance,
Mario William Vitale
has begun of your pale sister season crop makes a big deal plain as you walk finish what you haveRate it:

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Confessio Amantis. Prologus
John Gower
above And vice was put under fote. Now stant the crop under the rote, The world is changed overal, Rate it:

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Corn and Catholics
Thomas Moore
too, the Corn grows animate, And a whole crop of heads appears, Like Papists, bearding Church and SRate it:

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Dad on the Test
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
catch the score, Leavin' the horses down in the crop. Can you wonder that a farmer goes off pop? IRate it:

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Defender
Mario William Vitale
aside Sprayed with more pesticide Than a farmers Crop now drop like the Harvest just picked the corRate it:

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Deserved To Be Kissed
Nikhil Parekh
to be kissed by compassionately blossoming crop, Every palm incomprehensibly determined to propaRate it:

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Don Juan: Dedication
George Gordon Lord Byron
the bright reversion) Has generally no great crop to spare it, he Being only injur'd by hRate it:

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Dublin Roads
Padraic Colum
other side, And a place where a quiet goat might crop, And a wayside bench where a man could stop. Rate it:

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Elegy
Chidiock Tichborne
cares, My feast of joy is but a dish of pain, My crop of corn is but a field of tares, And all my gRate it:

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Elegy XV. In Memory of a Private Family in Worcestershire
William Shenstone
vapour clogs the poison'd sky, Blasts the fair crop-the sire is drown'd in tears, And, scarce surviRate it:

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Eve of Execution Elegy
Chidiock Tichborne
cares, My feast of joy is but a dish of pain, My crop of corn is but a field of tares, And all my gRate it:

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Every day I bear a burden
Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi
eyes of his, like the intoxicated I endure crop sickness; For the sake of a quarry not to be contaRate it:

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Farmer Relishes Sugarcane Juice
Nikhil Parekh
hectares of his own land, floating with wealthy crop, tonnes of haphazardly strewn crimson apple, Rate it:

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Fiery Passionate
Nikhil Parekh
layers of fertility blossoming into robust crop; ensuring that mankind never dwindled; never died, Rate it:

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Fogarty's Gin
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
often aside through the dew-laden grasses To crop a sweet mouthful. We needed no glasses To see iRate it:

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France--December 1870
George Meredith
long sown, ripened of late, Bears this fierce crop; and she discerns her fate From origin to agony,Rate it:

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