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Future Generations (Translation of
Bertolt Brecht
this: I have no hope. The blind talk about an escape. I see. When the errors are consumed The nothiRate it:

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Git-Yer-Gun
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
'we have got them in the box. If we would escape extinction 'tis our plan to pander mainly But witRate it:

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Give Me The Splendid, Silent Sun
Walt Whitman
faces; (O I see what I sought to escape, confronting, reversing my cries; I see my owRate it:

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God
Mario William Vitale
was a tug at my heart to impart a way of escape from religion formed a union with God although thoRate it:

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God of the Open Air
Henry Van Dyke
lost that frets and languishes there!) I would escape and be free in the joy of the open air. By tRate it:

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Harold Arnett
Edgar Lee Masters
one's self of the world, When no soul may ever escape the eternal destiny of life? Rate it:

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HE THAT TASTES WOMAN
John Gay
Man may escape from rope and gun; Nay, some have out-liv'd the doctor's pill; Who takes a woman must be undone, That basilisk is sure to kill. The ...Rate it:

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He's on the porch
Yosa Buson
He's on the porch, to escape the wife and kids-- how hot it is! Translated by Robert Hass Rate it:

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Helian
Georg Trakl
pastures at night. Or there are screams which escape the sleep; When an iron angel approaches man Rate it:

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Hermann And Dorothea - III. Thalia
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
THE BURGHERS. THUS did the prudent son escape from the hot conversation, But the father continued precisely as he had begun it What is not in a ma...Rate it:

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Homer's Hymn To Venus
Percy Bysshe Shelley
she persuades not, nor deceives, But none beside escape, so well she weaves Her unseen toils; nor mRate it:

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How
Kayla Bailey Jay
day When there was never any night? How do you escape the shadow When there is no hope for you in sRate it:

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Hudibras: Part 3 - Canto I
Samuel Butler
To th' cordeal trial of the laws, Where none escape, but such as branded With red-hot irons have pRate it:

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Hudibras: Part 3 - Canto III
Samuel Butler
to his aid, And forc'd him from the foe t' escape, Had turn'd itself to RALPHO's shape; So like in Rate it:

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Hunted Down
Henry Kendall
of a sinister man, Been out since the night of escape - two years under horror and ban. In a time fRate it:

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Hymn To Death
William Cullen Bryant
life, Even while he hugs himself on his escape, Trembles, as, doubly terrible, at length, Thy stepRate it:

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I Cannot Love Thee!
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
eyes, Wishing for a sudden blindness To escape those looks of kindness; Sad she folds her shiveRate it:

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I Might-and I Might Not
Gamaliel Bradford
for success. I might forget the passion to escape from nothingness. I might forget the curious dreaRate it:

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If only you knew it
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
made a snare and then drew it, And who would escape must beware, and eschew it! If only you knew itRate it:

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In Love For Long
Edwin Muir
has no mould or shape, From which there's no escape. It is not even a name, Yet is all constancy; Rate it:

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In Memoriam~ -- Alice Fane Gunn Stenhouse
Henry Kendall
voice and instrument. Then sometimes would escape a cry From that dark other life of hers - The haRate it:

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In The Harbour: Prelude
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
but speak, And elude their eager hands, So ye escape and slip, O songs, and fade away, When the woRate it:

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In the Stable
Andrew Barton Paterson
with my knees. 'Twas a mighty poor chance to escape them! It puts a man's nerve to the test On a Rate it:

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In Town
Edward George Dyson
the sallowness and savour of the street. To escape these endless vaults of brick, and pitch a tentRate it:

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Incompatibility
Charles Baudelaire
above my head, silence, that makes you wish to escape; that eternal silence, of the mountainous beRate it:

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