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Can Never Ever Forget
Nikhil Parekh
if they don't cascade from fathomless sky; for far too long, I might perhaps forget even the mostRate it:

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Me. Just me
Nikhil Parekh
Ladies & Gentlemen. Far away from optimistic light; slithering a world of desperate malice; was the abominably vindictive scorpion for you. La...Rate it:

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Life's A Complete Circle.
Nikhil Parekh
of hells; were an infinite kilometers too far away; to even think about, The best of the most bouRate it:

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Only You O! Beloved
Nikhil Parekh
For as far as my arms could stretch; extending to the most unprecedented of their capacity in free space, For as far as my eyes could sight; open...Rate it:

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Moesta et Errabunda (Grieving and Wandering)
Charles Baudelaire
me, does your heart sometimes fly away, Agatha, Far from the black ocean of the filthy city, TowaRate it:

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The Jumblies
Edward Lear
don't care a fig! In a Sieve we'll go to sea!' Far and few, far and few, Are the lands where theRate it:

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Spirit and Star
James Brunton Stephens
With never a home or a resting-place, How far must I wander? Oh God, how far? I have lost my starRate it:

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Zaza, The Female Slave
Anonymous Americas
O, my country, my country! How long I for thee, Far over the mountain, Far over the sea. Where the sweet Joliba, Kisses the shore, Say, shall I wan...Rate it:

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Where Lies the Land to Which the Ship Would Go?
Arthur Hugh Clough
Where lies the land to which the ship would go? Far, far ahead, is all her seamen know. And where the land she travels from? Away, Far, far behind,...Rate it:

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Lost and Found
Julia A Moore
little treasure, Was a poor little wanderer far, far from home. It happened thus, -- the mother weRate it:

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The Town Down by the River
Edwin Arlington Robinson
Tell me what you know to-day; Tell me how far you are going, Tell me how you find your way. O yRate it:

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Doc Sifers
James Whitcomb Riley
house, er anywhere You'd natchurly think certain far to ketch the feller there.-- But don't blame Rate it:

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The Rhyme Of The Remittance Man
Robert William Service
dreaming, In the twilight, of a land that's far away. Far away, so faint and far, is flaming LRate it:

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Tortoise Shout
David Herbert Lawrence
faint scream, Out of life's unfathomable dawn, Far off, so far, like a madness, under the horizonRate it:

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Beowulf
Charles Baudelaire
wealth he throve, till before him the folk, both far and near, who house by the whale-path, heard hRate it:

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Così fan tutte (Atto secondo)
Lorenzo Da Ponte
E per questo? DESPINA E per questo Dovete far da donne. DORABELLA Cioè? DESPINA Trattar Rate it:

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The Wonderful Country
John Boyle O'Reilly
tales of a crystal city In a wonderful country far away! But the schools must come, with their sRate it:

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A Hymn Of Heavenly Beauty
Edmund Spenser
these are fairer than the land and seas? For far above these heavens, which here we see, Be othersRate it:

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Counterpoint: Two Rooms
Conrad Potter Aiken
whirs on. New stars come up to shine. His youth—far off—he sees it brightly walking In a golden clRate it:

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Le Guignon (Ill-Starred)
Charles Baudelaire
is in the work, Art is long and Time is short. Far from famous sepulchers Toward a lonely cemeteRate it:

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My Last Farewell To Stirling
Robert Burns
cry, But I will bid a last good-bye, My last farewell to Stirling O. Chorus: Tho' far awa, ma herRate it:

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Narva and Mored
Thomas Chatterton
coast; Chalma, whose excellence is known from far; From Lupa's rocky hill to Calabar. The guardiRate it:

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New
Gertrude Stein
he as add to it. He. As he Add to it. Not so far. Constantly as seen. Not as far as to mean. Rate it:

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The Happy Islands
Inez Isabel Maud Peacocke
O FAR away, and far away, The Happy Islands lie; In bluer seas of calm than these, Beneath a bluer sky. The sea, a shining girdle,...Rate it:

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The House Of Dust: Part 04: 04: Counterpoint: Two Rooms
Conrad Potter Aiken
on. . . .New stars come up to shine. His youth—far off—he sees it brightly walking In a golden cloRate it:

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