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An Unmerry Christmas
Ambrose Bierce
the cheerful season's warmth and bloom And cultivate an oasis of gloom. Rate it:

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Archimedes
Friedrich Schiller
what the art is worth? The fruit?--for fruit go cultivate the earth.-- He who the goddess would aspRate it:

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Camperdown
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
seek To mind her manners rather much, And cultivate the English touch. A haughty lady prone toRate it:

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Ch 08 On Rules For Conduct In Life - Maxim 62
Sa di
Who panders to his passions will not cultivate accomplishments and who possesses none is not suitable for a high position. Have no mercy...Rate it:

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Father, I Know That All My Life
Anna Laetitia Waring
have a fellowship with hearts To keep and cultivate; And a work of lowly love to do For the Lord onRate it:

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Grin
Robert William Service
thunder, don't let people see you're blue; Just cultivate a cast-iron smile of joy the whole day thRate it:

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Haw!
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
has failed oyu 'Gainst their Socialistic law Cultivate the distant manner And the haughty Tory 'HawRate it:

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House-Surgeon
William Ernest Henley
artists like his kindly elderhood, And cultivate his mild Philistinism. Rate it:

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John Galsworthy
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
thro' this, his earthy span; But to uphold and cultivate the dower, God-given, for enlightment of mRate it:

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Jubilate Agno: Fragment B, Part 4
Christopher Smart
is the proper food of birds and men are bound to cultivate it for their use. For they that study Rate it:

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Little Puddleton
Robert William Service
is spent, like simple hind with empty mind, I cultivate content. Behold then Little Puddleton, theRate it:

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Love's Destiny
Mario William Vitale
the essence of our eternal existence learn to cultivate honest laughter with a smile to know allRate it:

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Never for Society
Emily Dickinson
shall seek in vain— Who His own acquaintance Cultivate—Of Men Wiser Men may weary— But the Man withRate it:

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Portent
Robert William Service
cyprus tree; I do not know what trouble means, I cultivate tranquillity . . . But as to-day my walkRate it:

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Retrospection
Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
rabbit; Break the next-door neighbour's pane; Cultivate the smoker's habit On the not-innocuous Rate it:

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Song of Myself
Sir Walter Raleigh
has run dry. It is no sort of use To cultivate the Muse If vulgar people Can't tell a villaRate it:

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Take It Easy
Robert William Service
don't stampede yourselves to do it. Just cultivate a sober gait; Don't emulate the lively conger; NRate it:

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The Emu Of Whroo
Edward George Dyson
harrowing tones She spoke her great yearning to cultivate eggs. One morning, day-dreaming, all glosRate it:

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The End Of April
Robert Fuller Murray
such aids, he all as well may try To cultivate the people of Dundee, Or lead the camel through the Rate it:

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The Lament of Toby, The Learned Pig
Thomas Hood
red and white, and streaky. Old Mullins used to cultivate My learning like a gard'ner; But GiblettRate it:

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The Man From Eldorado
Robert William Service
Eldorado, and he's only starting in To cultivate a thousand-dollar jag. His poke is full ofRate it:

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The Mercenary View
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
like to find the dear old chap I'd want to cultivate him. Rate it:

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The Mummery
Ambrose Bierce
the blue-black evidence of age. 'Twere well to cultivate a style more sage, For men will fancy, heaRate it:

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The Parrot and the Billy-Goat
Henry Clay Work
man as tutor, to fit them for the stage; To cultivate their voices, and train them up by rule -- ThRate it:

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To Mrs. Strangeways Horner, With A Letter From My Son;
Mary Barber
Pleasure saw the lab'ring Hind Studious to cultivate his Mind; And deign'd to smile on rural Lines,Rate it:

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