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Beautiful North Berwick
William Topaz McGonagall
in time of war reoeived many a shock, And it's deemed impregnable and built on a perpendicular rockRate it:

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Benjamin Franklin
Robert William Service
to elect him. 'Fatherhood is not a crime,' Deemed fat Ben, 'there could be others . . . DarlinRate it:

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Brown's Tram
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
eight Since trams blessed his vicinity. He also deemed it wise to state That idleness begat much iRate it:

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Carlos
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
one I kissed and fondled. Kneeling there, I deemed my meed of happiness complete. She was so fairRate it:

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Ch 08 On Rules For Conduct In Life - Maxim 58
Sa di
truth, His claim to veracity may be deemed impossible. Rate it:

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Christ at Carnival
Muriel Stuart
fall Long notes, so poignant and so musical, I deemed his young mate, listening, Heard him less Rate it:

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Contentment
Ambrose Bierce
something said: 'Posterity is speaking-rightly deemed Infallible:' and so I gave attention, Hoping Rate it:

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Corona Inutilis
James Lister Cuthbertson
heather white To bind my lady’s hair, And deemed her locks in even light Would well the burRate it:

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Crying Inward
Kurt Philip Behm
you were born Were your pasts or futures deemed forlorn How young will you be when you die Rate it:

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Dante At Verona
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
yet again it swoops and smites, He almost deemed his longing must Find force to yield that multitudRate it:

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Dark Glasses
Robert William Service
I've read, A lady bard has said, And deemed it true, Men will not bite the necks Of sweetRate it:

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Divine Detachment
Robert William Service
are in my thought, to whom I gave life-breath. I deemed my work was fitly done, But yester-eve I saRate it:

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Don Juan: Canto The Seventeenth
George Gordon Lord Byron
sorts of sages, Who in his lifetime each was deemed a bore. The loftiest minds outrun their tardyRate it:

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Epitaph
Arthur Henry Adams
my patient love has won. There was one he deemed to wed; But he faltered, came instead To mRate it:

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Epochs
Emma Lazarus
Truth is dead! Are these the heavens that she deemed were kind? Is this the world that yesterday wRate it:

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Extracts From Leon. An Unfinished Poem
Joseph Rodman Drake
spot on beauty's sparkling face? And no one deemed, amid her glances sweet, Hers was a bosom of iRate it:

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Fidele's Grassy Tomb
Sir Henry Newbolt
at his master's feet, And all that heard of it deemed it meet: The story went the round for years, Rate it:

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Forever Wondering
Kurt Philip Behm
some men are justly bad Some men are deemed to stay confused, some men forever sad Some men wiRate it:

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Fridolin (The Walk To The Iron Factory)
Friedrich Schiller
lived but for her will alone, And deemed e'en that scarce time. And if she said, "Less anxious be!Rate it:

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Gilbert
Charlotte Brontë
knew myself no perfect man, Nor, as she deemed, divine; I knew that I was glorious­but By her rRate it:

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God's Funeral
Thomas Hardy
XV Still, how to bear such loss I deemed The insistent question for each animate minRate it:

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Gone
John Greenleaf Whittier
sound which could not die. And half we deemed she needed not The changing of her sphere, To give tRate it:

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Gunpowder Treason
John Keble
But fear to wake, and find What they had deemed her genial wing Was Error's soothing blind. SheRate it:

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Hero and Leander: The First Sestiad
Christopher Marlowe
they went, Frighted the melancholy earth which deemed Eternal heaven to burn, for so it seemed, As Rate it:

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He’s Gone to England for a Wife
Henry Lawson
the ladies there; And yet I know a lass he deemed The rarest of the rare. He’s gone to England for Rate it:

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