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Anywhere Out of the World
Charles Baudelaire
This life is a hospital where every patient is possessed with the desire to change beds; one man would like to suffer in front of the stove, and a...Rate it:

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Bill and Jim Fall Out
Henry Lawson
Bill and Jim are mates no longer—they would scorn the name of mate— Those two bushmen hate each other with a soul-consuming hate; Yet erstwhile the...Rate it:

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Christmas is not for midgets spread out in a given circumstance,
Mario William Vitale
Christmas is not for midgets spread out in a given circumstance, focus...view...take notice a chord of given chance you guess success...in view of ...Rate it:

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I Sit And Look Out
Walt Whitman
I SIT and look out upon all the sorrows of the world, and upon all oppression and shame; I hear secret convulsive sobs from young m...Rate it:

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Lean Out of the Window
James Joyce
Lean out of the window, Goldenhair, I hear you singing A merry air. My book was closed, I read no more, Watching the fire dance On the floo...Rate it:

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Once The Circle Breaks Out
Kurt Philip Behm
Do we wait for tomorrow, as we wait for today Do we see a connection, false wishes to pray Do we draw from the past, as the circle is spun ...Rate it:

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Or Turn You Out
Kurt Philip Behm
Is remembrance now a hidden tenant, that lives throughout your home Does it lurk in every corner, to come out when you’re alone Is that voice...Rate it:

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Out From Behind His Mask
Walt Whitman
OUT from behind this bending, rough-cut Mask, (All straighter, liker Masks rejected--this preferr'd,) This common curtain of the face, co...Rate it:

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Out Of The Anthologie
Richard Lovelace
OUT OF THE ANTHOLOGIE. IN AN ENGLISH DISTICK. A fool, much bit by fleas, put out the light; You shall not see me now (quoth he); good...Rate it:

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Out Of The Silence
George Essex Evans
Here in the silence cometh unto me A song that is not mine, With wash of waves along the cold shore line, And sob of wind, and rain upon the sea. ...Rate it:

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Out of the streets
Out of the streets
He came from a broken home His momma had a heart of stone His daddy was always rolling blow He learned all about the drugs He made friends with th...Rate it:

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Out on the Roofs of Hell
Henry Lawson
SING us a song in this cynical age, Sing us a song, my friend, While the Flesh and the Devil are all the rage And Death seems the only end. Give it...Rate it:

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The Lantern out of Doors
Gerard Manley Hopkins
Sometimes a lantern moves along the night, That interests our eyes. And who goes there? I think; where from and bound, I wonder, where, With, al...Rate it:

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When I Set Out for Lyonnesse
Thomas Hardy
When I set out for Lyonnesse, A hundred miles away, The rime was on the spray, And starlight lit my lonesomeness When I set out for Lyonnesse A hun...Rate it:

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You cannot put a Fire out
Emily Dickinson
You cannot put a Fire out— A Thing that can ignite Can go, itself, without a Fan— Upon the slowest Night— You cannot fold a Flood— And put it in a...Rate it:

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Good night! which put the candle out?
Emily Dickinson
Good night! which put the candle out? A jealous zephyr, not a doubt. Ah! friend, you little knew How long at that celestial wick The angels labo...Rate it:

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I Will Take An Egg Out Of The Robin's Nest
Walt Whitman
I WILL take an egg out of the robin's nest in the orchard, I will take a branch of gooseberries from the old bush in the garden, and go...Rate it:

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Put Out My Eyes
Rainer Maria Rilke
Put out my eyes, and I can see you still, Slam my ears to, and I can hear you yet; And without any feet can go to you; And tongueless, I can conjur...Rate it:

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Out of sight? What of that?
Emily Dickinson
Out of sight? What of that? See the Bird—reach it! Curve by Curve—Sweep by Sweep— Round the Steep Air— Danger! What is that to Her? Better 'tis to ...Rate it:

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An Out-Worn Sappho
James Whitcomb Riley
How tired I am! I sink down all alone Here by the wayside of the Present. Lo, Even as a child I hide my face and moan-- A little girl that may no f...Rate it:

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Before I got my eye put out
Emily Dickinson
Before I got my eye put out I liked as well to see— As other Creatures, that have Eyes And know no other way— But were it told to me—Today— That I...Rate it:

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Best Things dwell out of Sight
Emily Dickinson
Best Things dwell out of Sight The Pearl—the Just—Our Thought. Most shun the Public Air Legitimate, and Rare— The Capsule of the Wind The Capsule...Rate it:

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Black-Out
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
These English actors are too mild, Who seek to have their wrongs redressed. No manager may be beguiled By supplication or request. Some sterner a...Rate it:

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Burnt Out Is Now My Misery
Aleksey Konstantinovich Tolstoy
Burnt out is now my misery-- love's yearning No more unspeakably torments my heart, Yet bearable alone through thee, my being-- All thou art not is...Rate it:

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Calling Out Just Once
Kurt Philip Behm
What is not profane, need not be defended Like a sunrise or waterfall, —or the laughter of a child The best of life tenures, beyond our co...Rate it:

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