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The Army Mules
Andrew Barton Paterson
Oh the airman's game is a showman's game, for we all of us watch him go With his roaring soaring aeroplane and his bombs for the blokes below, Ov...Rate it:

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The Baldness Of Chewed-Ear
Robert William Service
When Chewed-ear Jenkins got hitched up to Guinneyveer McGee, His flowin' locks, ye recollect, wuz frivolous an' free; But in old Hymen's jack-pot, ...Rate it:

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The Ballad Of The Taylor Pup
Eugene Field
Now lithe and listen, gentles all, Now lithe ye all and hark Unto a ballad I shall sing About Buena Park. Of all the wonders happening there The s...Rate it:

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The Boss's Boots
Henry Lawson
The Shearers squint along the pens, they squint along the ‘shoots;’ The shearers squint along the board to catch the Boss’s boots; They have no tim...Rate it:

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The Boys Out There
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
'Why do they do it? I dunno,' Sez Digger Smith. 'Yeh got me beat. Some uv the yarns yeh 'ear is true, An' some is rather umptydoo, An' some is - in...Rate it:

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The Distress'd Travellers; or, Labour in Vain
William Cowper
I. I sing of a journey to Clifton, We would have perform'd if we could, Without cart or barrow to lift on Poor Mary and me through the mud; Sle...Rate it:

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The Intro
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
'Er name's Doreen…Well spare me bloomin' days! You could er knocked me down wiv 'arf a brick! Yes, me, that kids meself I know their ways, An' 'as ...Rate it:

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The Intro
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
'Er name's Doreen ...Well, spare me bloomin' days! You could er knocked me down wiv 'arf a brick! Yes, me, that kids meself I know their ways, ...Rate it:

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The Knight's Return
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
The conq'rin' 'ero! Me? Yes, I don't think. This mornin' when I catch the train fer 'ome, It's far more like a walloped pup I slink To kennel, wi...Rate it:

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The Lang Coortin'
Lewis Carroll
The ladye she stood at her lattice high, Wi' her doggie at her feet; Thorough the lattice she can spy The passers in the street, 'There's one tha...Rate it:

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The Masque of Plenty
Rudyard Kipling
Argument. -- The Indian Government being minded to discover the economic condition of their lands, sent a Committee to inquire into it; and saw tha...Rate it:

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The Men That Fought At Minden
Rudyard Kipling
A Song of Instruction The men that fought at Minden, they was rookies in their time -- So was them that fought at Waterloo! All the 'ole command...Rate it:

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The Men Who Come Behind
Henry Lawson
There's a class of men (and women) who are always on their guard— Cunning, treacherous, suspicious—feeling softly—grasping hard— Brainy, yet withou...Rate it:

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The Old Vicarage, Grantchester
Rupert Brooke
Just now the lilac is in bloom, All before my little room; And in my flower-beds, I think, Smile the carnation and the pink; And down the borde...Rate it:

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The South Country
Hilaire Belloc
When I am living in the Midlands That are sodden and unkind, I light my lamp in the evening: My work is left behin...Rate it:

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The Spectacles
La Fontaine
I LATELY vowed to leave the nuns alone, So oft their freaks have in my page been shown. The subject may at length fatigue the mind; My Muse the vei...Rate it:

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The Tempter
Mario William Vitale
at first glance it appears harmless to look upon so you take your first sip a numbing sensation comes from within then gradually you build up th...Rate it:

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The Things That Matter
Edith Nesbit
NOW that I've nearly done my days, And grown too stiff to sweep or sew, I sit and think, till I'm amaze, About what lots of things I know: Things a...Rate it:

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The Three Beggars
William Butler Yeats
i{"Though to my feathers in the wet,} i{I have stood here from break of day.} i{I have not found a thing to eat,} i{For only rubbish comes my way.}...Rate it:

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The Twa Jocks
Robert William Service
Says Bauldy MacGreegor frae Gleska tae Hecky MacCrimmon frae Skye: "That's whit I hate maist aboot fechtin' -- it makes ye sae deevilish dry; Noo j...Rate it:

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The Widow's Party
Rudyard Kipling
"Where have you been this while away, Johnnie, Johnnie?" 'Long with the rest on a picnic lay, Johnnie, my Johnnie, aha! They called us out ...Rate it:

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Those Who embrace
Nikhil Parekh
Those who embrace exuberantly sparkling happiness, Inevitably have to accept deplorably despicable sadness; ooze tears of inexplicable sorrow; at ...Rate it:

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Tom Beatty
Edgar Lee Masters
I was a lawyer like Harmon Whitney Or Kinsey Keene or Garrison Standard, For I tried the rights of property, Although by lamp-light, for thirty yea...Rate it:

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War and peace
Robert curran
In Schoolboy days there's right and wrong As adults, with wine, women, and song We often get it wrong We sometimes can't get enough Somet...Rate it:

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When It's Over
Max Plowman
'Young soldier, what will you be When it's all over?' 'I shall get out and across the sea, Where land's cheap and a man can thrive. I shall make mo...Rate it:

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