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On The Death Of Damon. (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
weeds now shame my fields, And what a mildew'd crop the furrow yields! My rambling vines unwedded tRate it:

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Orange And Green Will Carry The Day
Thomas Davis
we till the wrath they bequeathed, Red was the crop, and bitter the pay! Freedom fled us! Knaves miRate it:

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Orange And Green Will Carry The Day
Thomas Osborne Davis
we till the wrath they bequeathed, Red was the crop, and bitter the pay! Freedom fled us! Knaves miRate it:

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Our Relation
Nikhil Parekh
as fantastically perpetual as that between the Crop and the Soil; which never ever could marry and Rate it:

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Oxford Cheese Ode
James McIntyre
nearly robbed of all their charms, O'er cropped the weary land grew poor And nearly barren as a mooRate it:

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Paradise Lost: Book 12
John Milton
Labouring the soil, and reaping plenteous crop, Corn, wine, and oil; and, from the herd or flock,Rate it:

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Patty of the Vale
John Clare
to see; And much the weedling tempted me To crop its tender flower; Exposed to wind and heavy rainRate it:

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Penalizing Hell
Nikhil Parekh
they were blessed with; divinely blooming crop; marvelously pacifying the hunger of; those weeping Rate it:

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Peter Simson's Farm
Edward George Dyson
is vain to think of cattle, or to try to raise a crop, For the farmer has gone under, andRate it:

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Philiper Flash
James Whitcomb Riley
he, 'don't you know If he keeps on so What a crop of wild oats the boy will grow!' But his dear goRate it:

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Phillis, Or, the Progress of Love
Jonathan Swift
Phillis went; The Groom was wisht to saddle Crop, For John must neither light nor stop; But findRate it:

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Preparatory Meditations - First Series: 29
Edward Taylor
stock. Thy glory then I'll make my fruits and crop. Rate it:

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Proletaria
Bernard O'Dowd
Hope that never nears. Wherever Plenty’s crop invites Our pitiful brigades, LuRate it:

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Prop: 2, L: 11 E: Quicunque &c
Thomas Parnell
less then boyes Who barter all things for a crop of toyes He wisely too his roving pow'r bestowd— &Rate it:

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Psalm 65 part 3
Isaac Watts
clods, refreshed with rain, Promise a joyful crop; The parching grounds look green again, And raiseRate it:

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Psalm CIV. Paraphrased
James Thomson
to shine: Fills all his granaries with a loaden crop, Against the bare barren winter his great prRate it:

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Rabbi Ben Ezra
Robert Browning
ended, then As sure an end to men; Irks care the crop-full bird? Frets doubt the maw-crammed beast?Rate it:

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Reedy River
Henry Lawson
And ploughed the rich, red loam, And my first crop was golden When I brought my Mary home. NowRate it:

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Robin's Mistake
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
he burned his throat From his bill to his poor crop's lining, And he could not utter a note. And hRate it:

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Rural Elegance, An Ode to the Late Duchess of Somerset
William Shenstone
his faithful fences torn, He finds his labour'd crops a prey; He sees his flock no more in circles Rate it:

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Sable Island
Joseph Howe
And steeds, unbridled, sporting carelessly, Crop the rank grass that on thy bosom grows, WhiRate it:

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Scolding
Nikhil Parekh
land lying fallow in merciless heat, bountiful crop wilting under stringent light of the Sun, creRate it:

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Sojourning and Wandering
Padraic Colum
down-fallen fort even the thorn-bush yields A crop, and there by the rath the hazel nuts drop from Rate it:

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Soliloquy Of The Spanish Cloister
Robert Browning
of season, time of year: _Not a plenteous cork-crop: scarcely Dare we hope oak-galls, I doubt: WhRate it:

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Song #2
John Clare
bowers, While timid hares were darting out, To crop the dewy flowers; And soothing was the scene toRate it:

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