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'Peaceable Expulsion'
Ambrose Bierce
so he live too cheap. He mebby all time dig on lanch-no dlink, No splee-no go plocession fo' make vRate it:

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A Boston Ballad, 1854
Walt Whitman
30 Dig out King George's coffin, unwrap him quick fromRate it:

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A Choice
Edith Nesbit
with the dams we builded there? Or shall we dig a broad, deep channel, where Most fields may feelRate it:

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A Dead Statesman
Rudyard Kipling
I could not dig; I dared not rob: Therefore I lied to please the mob. Now all my lies are proved untrue And I must face the men I slew. What tale s...Rate it:

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A Death At Sea
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
we reach; Our burial ground's found us. There we dig him a grave, jesting; We know not his name. WhRate it:

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A dialogue between Sir Henry Wootton and Mr. Donne
John Donne
to Love's self for love's own sake? I'll never dig in quarry of an heart To have no part, Nor roasRate it:

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A Dirge
John Webster
that 's foe to men, For with his nails he'll dig them up again. Rate it:

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A Gravestone
William Allingham
Far from the churchyard dig his grave, On some green mound beside the wave; To westward, sea and sky alone, And sunsets. Put a mossy stone, Wit...Rate it:

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A Land Dirge
John Webster
that's foe to men, For with his nails he'll dig them up again. Rate it:

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A Minor Poet
Amy Levy
high. A dweller on the earth, Yet not content to dig with other men Because of certain sudden sightRate it:

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A New Damon And Pythias
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
give me half a chance, that's all I crave; I'll dig with joy your Legislative grave!) AGAR: Nay, rRate it:

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A Panegyric
Edmund Waller
without planting, drink of every vine. To dig for wealth we weary not our limbs; Gold, though thRate it:

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A Radical War Song
Thomas Babbington Macaulay
sir; And curates lean, and rectors fat, Shall dig the ground they tithe, sir. Down with your BayRate it:

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a Shaft Of Bees
Victor Marie Hugo
More callous than a dig More back-breaking than a slam Amber as a tale, more amber than landlord Everlasting as an auto-da-fe, more everlasting th...Rate it:

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A Spade
Ambrose Bierce
wielded thee with vigor brave To cut a sod and dig a people's grave (For they who are debauched areRate it:

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A Turkish Mother To The Kaiser (WW1)
Kurt Philip Behm
have we found How many graves must we dig To make the ‘Fatherland’ proud (Villanova PennsylRate it:

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A. Oehlenschläger
Hans Christian Andersen
Aladdins Slot med Sølv og Guld Du satte, Dit Digter-Slot har dog langt større Skatte: En Verden med Bedrift, med Fryd og Sorg. Vi følge Hakon Jarl ...Rate it:

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A. Stub
Hans Christian Andersen
her dit Blomster Duft os gav, — Men ingen saae Dig, Du kun fandt en Grav. Rate it:

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Aarstiderne
Francis Ledwidge
Bryst. Fortryller Naturens Velgierning dig ei? Og dog du dens herligste Frugter forskyder. O fryd dRate it:

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ABC-Bogen
Hans Christian Andersen
er et Hurra paa vor Jord Et meget ubesindigt Ord! J. Jord. Vor Jord er vor Moder saa rund og sRate it:

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Abrahamson
Hans Christian Andersen
Danmarks Helte faldt, Dit danske Hjerte gjorde dig til Skjald. — Dit Vid os sang mod Livets bittre Rate it:

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Adam Oehlenschläger. Den 26. Januar 1850
Hans Christian Andersen
Aandens Lampe straalte rigt Der skal om Dig sig Graven lukke. Din Vandring er et Skjønheds Digt, GuRate it:

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Agnetes Vuggevise
Hans Christian Andersen
gror. Hvalerne med deres brede Finne Over dig som store Skyer gaa, Sol og Maane gennem Vandet skiRate it:

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Ah, Are You Digging on My Grave?
Thomas Hardy
"Ah, are you digging on my grave, My loved one? -- planting rue?" -- "No: yesterday he went to wed One of the brightest wealth has bred...Rate it:

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Alice And The White Knight
Lewis Carroll
that will purchase nine. 'I sometimes dig for buttered rolls, Or set limed twigs for crabs; I someRate it:

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