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'Got-a-Fag'
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
indeed, but briefly served him; for his former appellation In its aptness seized the fancy of the rRate it:

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A Ballad
Charles Lamb
workhouse Age, in corners thrust, Think upon the former days, when he was well to do, Had children Rate it:

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A Death-Day Recalled
Thomas Hardy
apprehend Body and breath were sunder Of their former friend? Rate it:

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A Dream
Thomas Parnell
make my reason's victorys in vain & make my former habits mine again Thus if the snake wch hardly mRate it:

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A Fable
Jane Taylor
them again. Essence of friendship from the former flows ; And though the drop it did not decompose,Rate it:

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A Foretelling
Kurt Philip Behm
into a psychopath, or suffer PTSD Becoming the former, may insure your survival Suffering the latRate it:

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A Guide for Poits
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
sort o' line, An' this one rhymin' wiv the former twain. An' though this style me soul 'as often vRate it:

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A Little Girl Lost
William Blake
Reading this indignant page, Know that in a former time Love, sweet love, was thought a crime. Rate it:

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A Lost Love
Henry Francis Lyte
moonlight face; Thy thrilling voice I hear; And former hours and scenes retrace, Too fleeting, and Rate it:

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A Meeting
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
the way Stood firs and birches slender. The former pondered deep, alone, The latter laughed, their Rate it:

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A Morning Dream
Li Ching Chao
be like this. Why did I have to return to my former home, Wake up, dress, sit in meditation. CoverRate it:

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A Preacher
Augusta Davies Webster
I may say and not be over-bold, Judging from former fruits, "Some one to-night Has come more nearRate it:

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A Problem in Dynamics
James Clerk Maxwell
these preparations, When duly combined with the former equations, Will give you another, in which dRate it:

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A Receipt To Restore Stella’s Youth. 1724-5
Jonathan Swift
flesh and blood be new, You'll be no more the former you; But for a blooming nymph will pass, Just Rate it:

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A Sketch
George Gordon Lord Byron
burthen of this honest song, Though all her former functions are no more, She rules the circle whicRate it:

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A Song of a Young Lady to Her Ancient Lover
Lord John Wilmot
released, And, soothed by my reviving hand, In former warmth and vigour stand. All a lover's wish cRate it:

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A Spring Song
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
an' joy, an' forchin destichoot. I've lorst me former joy in gettin' shick, Or 'eadin' browns;Rate it:

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A Tale Of Starvation
Amy Lowell
on its perfect shape. And his soul forgot its former strife. And the village-folk came and begged Rate it:

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A Thought or Two on Reading Pomfret's
James Henry Leigh Hunt
to know the weight Of splendid cares, new to my former state; And these 'twould far more fit me tRate it:

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A Vision of Poesy - Part 01
Henry Timrod
while blossoming Keeps the dead berries of a former spring. XVI "Who shall put life in these? Rate it:

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A Wasted Illness
Thomas Hardy
And all was well: Old circumstance resumed its former show, And on my head the dews of comfort fRate it:

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Abbey Assaroe
William Allingham
his staff, Perusing in the present time the former's epitaph; For, gray and wasted like the wallsRate it:

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Address, Spoken At The Opening Of Drury-Lane Theatre. Saturday, October 10, 1812
George Gordon Lord Byron
in our isle, Know the same favour which the former knew, A shrine for Shakspeare--worthy him and yoRate it:

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Adventure of a Poet
Robert Fuller Murray
now he spoke of Marmion And Lewis Morris; The former he at school had done, Along with Horace. Rate it:

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Afar in the Desert
Thomas Pringle
regretful tears, From the fond recollections of former years; And shadows of things that have lonRate it:

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