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Half A victory
Nikhil Parekh
even before the man could say sorry and exit, It intransigently remained riveted to its place; alRate it:

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In Lupum
Robert Louis Stevenson
enter wholly; and a single snail Eats all and exit fasting to the pool? Here shall my gardener be tRate it:

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Last Check To Cash
Kurt Philip Behm
How do I exit gracefully, how do I end it all Can I rewrite the terms again before the final fall The kids now counting every day the momen...Rate it:

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Less Time
Andre Breton
for if I ever want to part from myself, the exit is on this side and, I add mischievously, the entrRate it:

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Light Of The World Shine On Me
Mario William Vitale
bit of orange Heat as the moon makes a final exit from the sky He flies into a reborn sun RebornRate it:

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Mazie's Ghost
Robert William Service
suddenly I saw once more, Confronting me, the exit door, And I was dashing through before Rate it:

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My Present Spins
Kurt Philip Behm
my name And in its words I heard “escape,” an exit from the shame In hopes of a new becoming, Rate it:

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Now Heaven Shone
Kurt Philip Behm
converged as one the entrance closed, the exit marked, a road of denser stone By sixty-eight, Rate it:

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On The Death Of Dr. Benjamin Franklin
Philip Freneau
accustomed to your aid, The world laments your exit made; So long befriended by your art, PhilosRate it:

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On The Pleasures Of College Life
George Moses Horton
I hail the fair succeeding train, And take my exit with a breast of pain. The Fresh may trace theRate it:

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Once The Present Has Died
Kurt Philip Behm
truth escape, when death interrupts Can an exit be made, main entrance denied Can tomorrow liRate it:

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Otho The Great - Act IV
John Keats
to me. Conrad. I leave you to your thoughts. [Exit. Auranthe (sola) Down, down, proud temper! down,Rate it:

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Recalling War
Robert Graves
Entrance and exit wounds are silvered clean, The track aches only when the rain reminds. The one-legged man forgets his leg of wood The one-armed m...Rate it:

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Scent And Spice
Nikhil Parekh
with fish curry, added pinches of salt to exit from realms of bland taste. i licked bare brick wRate it:

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Sea Dreams
Alfred Lord Tennyson
in!" but in moving I found Only the landward exit of the cave, Bright with the sun upon the stream Rate it:

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Shakespeare on the Turf
Andrew Barton Paterson
but the winners smile, Hey, Nonny, Nonny. Exit Shortinbras. SECOND RUNTER: A scurvy knave! What mRate it:

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She Really, Truly And Immortally Loved You.
Nikhil Parekh
possible profitable venture existing; and then exit whenever the odds were astutely foreseen by youRate it:

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SPEECHLESS
Raina Nicole
where do I go. Who knows..but on another road my exit is to the left..a faint smile trembling with Rate it:

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Spring Shower
Boris Pasternak
leap to the Forum From catacombs wanting an exit before. It is not roses, not Ups, not the roariRate it:

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St. Winefred's Well
Gerard Manley Hopkins
get thee gone then; tell thy mother I want her. Exit Winefred. No man has such a daughter. The faRate it:

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Stimulation
Nikhil Parekh
barged open doors of blissful sleep. we will exit out of nefarious deeds and malpractice, relinquRate it:

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That Final Skin
Kurt Philip Behm
inside, one that plays your songs Will your exit be an entry, to that place you’ve always beenRate it:

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That Voice Inside
Kurt Philip Behm
hope of passing through the cracks the exit doors unrhymed My life dead on arrival till a voiRate it:

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The Carlysles
Franklin P. Adams
So many good women and so little good tea. [Exit Lady Leffingwell] * * * * FROM OUR OWN "PUNCH" Rate it:

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The Crane & The Fox, a Fable
Major Henry Livingston Jr.
felt the bite--but little said And very soon her exit made, Just beg'd the fox would come next day Rate it:

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