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Puppy And I
Alan Alexander Milne
I met a Man as I went walking: We got talking, Man and I. 'Where are you going to, Man?' I said (I said to the Man as he went by). 'Down to the v...Rate it:

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Road rage
Robert Curran
- Hey, you don't go through that red light I'll catch up to you, get out of my car and fight I’m in a rage and can't care About what...Rate it:

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school
tungon dugi
School, School, School, Without any frightening rule, It’s not a place for fools and cools, But a place for cute and artfuls. It is the time wh...Rate it:

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The Ballad of the Carpet Bag
Andrew Barton Paterson
Ho! Darkies, don't you hear dose voters cryin' Pack dat carpet bag! You must get to de Poll, you must get there flyin'; Pack dat carpet bag! Yo...Rate it:

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The Causes of Anger and Its Medicine
Al-Ghazali Abu Hamid
Know, O dear readers, that the medicine of a disease is to remove the root cause of that disease. Isa (Jesus Christ) -peace be upon him- was once...Rate it:

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The Heart of the Dove
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Say, Bo, this little Yewropean war It grieves our gloryus nation to the core The vurry core of its great, strang, red heart, We're tur-ble sore: T...Rate it:

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The Mylora Elopement
Andrew Barton Paterson
By the winding Wollondilly where the weeping willows weep, And the shepherd, with his billy, half awake and half asleep, Folds his fleecy flocks ...Rate it:

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The Old Bullock Dray
Andrew Barton Paterson
Oh! the shearing is all over, And the wool is coming down, And I mean to get a wife, boys, When I go up to town. Everything that has two legs Repre...Rate it:

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The Road to Hogan's Gap
Andrew Barton Paterson
Now look, you see, it’s this way like, You cross the broken bridge And run the crick down till you strike The second right-hand ridge. Th...Rate it:

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The Sleeping Beauty
Henry Lawson
“Call that a yarn!” said old Tom Pugh, “What rot! I’ll lay my hat I’ll sling you a yarn worth more nor two Such pumped-up yarns as that.” And there...Rate it:

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The Vicksburg Jail
Anonymous Americas
O, when the poar pris'ner is put in the jaile, he is put in a cell and his doors are all bar'd With a great long chane he is bound to the floor, An...Rate it:

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When Albani Sang
William Henry Drummond
Was workin' away on de farm dere, wan morning not long ago, Feexin' de fence for winter--'cos dat's w'ere we got de snow! W'en Jeremie Plouffe, ma ...Rate it:

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Wine and Water
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
Old Noah he had an ostrich farm and fowls on the largest scale, He ate his egg with a ladle in a egg-cup big as a pail, And the soup he took was ...Rate it:

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BOUND
Hubbs
If you judge me by my cover you will never be able to read me The fact is you will lie, bury, and then shelve me where I do not belong Yet I am ep...Rate it:

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Eminem Is My Friend
Mario William Vitale
Eminem is My Friend shed some skin work for profit at the nearby gym that's the way its always been you need to be thin look at the late Kare...Rate it:

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Magna Carta
Marriott Edgar
I'll tell of the Magna Charter As were signed at the Barons' command On Runningmead Island in t' middle of t' Thames By King John, as were known ...Rate it:

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CEDRIC'S NEW SHOES.
Alan Parry-Booth
CEDRIC'S NEW SHOES CEDRIC THE CENTIPEDE WAS FEELING THE BLUES HE URGENTLY WANTED TO GET SOME NEW SHOES BUT CENTIPEDE'S SHOES ARE EXCEEDINGLY RARE...Rate it:

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To see through my eyes
coral peterson
To see through my eyes you first have to know me. Most little girls have a mommy and lots of love. I had a grandma who half of the time hated me. M...Rate it:

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The Approaching Hour
William Carlos Williams
You Communists and Republicans! all you Germans and Frenchmen! you corpses and quickeners! The stars are about to melt and fall on you in tears. G...Rate it:

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Kathleen
John Greenleaf Whittier
O Norah, lay your basket down, And rest your weary hand, And come and hear me sing a song Of our old Ireland. There was a lord of Galaway, A might...Rate it:

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Getting by
Robert curran
Getting' By By Bob Curran 10-12-2004 -- Everyone’s in chat rooms looking for a date I relax in my easy chair contemplating my fate I write che...Rate it:

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Getting by
Robert curran
Everyone’s in chat rooms looking for a date I relax in my easy chair contemplating my fate I write checks to pay the bills and hope they're no...Rate it:

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The Cradle
La Fontaine
NEAR Rome, of yore, close to the Florence road, Was seen a humble innkeeper's abode; Small sums were charged; few guests the night would stay; And ...Rate it:

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A Dirge of the Morning After
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
VOICE OF THE PEOPLE (wailing dismally): 'Who can deliver us, Lord of our destiny! Out of the depths comes our passionate cry, Wrung from the soul o...Rate it:

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A Disqualified Jockey's Story
Andrew Barton Paterson
You see, the thing was this way -- there was me, That rode Panopply, the Splendor mare, And Ikey Chambers on the Iron Dook, And Smith, the half-...Rate it:

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