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Saluting The Street Dogs.
Nikhil Parekh
You unsparingly reprimanded them when they ferociously barked - mischievously chased other damsels of their fraternity and indulged in the most unc...Rate it:

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The Manlet
Lewis Carroll
In stature the Manlet was dwarfish-- No burly, big Blunderbore he; And he wearily gazed on the crawfish His Wifelet had dressed for his tea. 'Now r...Rate it:

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The Waves
Ehsan Sehgal
As the waves Hit the shore And enjoy that Also out of control And then revert Let me in my waves In the same way I also want to cross My limits T...Rate it:

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Robert curran
Time By Bob Curran 12-12-2013 -- The tide is turning and churning The clouds are passing by Humankind has come to the brink And now faces extinctio...Rate it:

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Unsanctified Worship
Gwendolyn McGrath
Sometimes - she looks cold, and bitter Wearing- the leftover robe of Winter Like spit on the ground Her messed up land Makes cows frown In Decem...Rate it:

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A Friendly Game Of Football
Edward George Dyson
We were challenged by The Dingoes - they're the pride of Squatter's Gap- To a friendly game of football on the flat by Devil's Trap. And we went al...Rate it:

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In the Morning
Paul Laurence Dunbar
'LIAS! 'Lias! Bless de Lawd! Don' you know de day's erbroad? Ef you don' git up, you scamp, Dey'll be trouble in dis camp. Tink I gwine to let you ...Rate it:

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Vegas Bitch
Mario William Vitale
she was born in a gutter her mother was a whore selling junk in her trunk in back of the store she grew up on the street no shoes for her feet ...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:

(4.33 / 3 votes)
An Ever Changing Tide
Kurt Philip Behm
Stretching and pulling, the Universe goes on Cosmology’s wonderment, each day a new dawn The Spacetime Continuum, today’s Top 40 hit Tomor...Rate it:

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An Exception
Ellis Parker Butler
In all romances, old and new, And in all lover's rhymes I find one rule that has held true Since prehistoric times. The lover must, if he indeed B...Rate it:

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Catria Kirby
Struggling to suppress the affliction of recollections of being with you. The anguished filled days awaiting your every move. Hoping that I would b...Rate it:

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my friend jesus
Angela Wagner
Friendship is a very rare and special gift we're given, True friends are hard to come by in this life we live in. Some people live their whole li...Rate it:

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Some Account of a New Play
Richard Harris Barham
'The play's the thing!'-- Hamlet. Tavistock Hotel, Nov. 1839. Dear Charles, -- In reply to your letter, and Fanny's, Lord Brougham, it appears...Rate it:

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Something For Gregg
Kurt Philip Behm
I was somewhere deep in Kansas, on a Triumph 69’ When your song came on the jukebox, and hit me from behind I was headed for a bad place, ...Rate it:

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The Cornish Pasty
Christopher Webster
The Tin Miner's Pasty The Cornishmen talk of the pasty An awful long way from here, I'll tell you one story of many If you'd like to put down you...Rate it:

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The morning of fairies light
Jack Boyd
In the essence of the moon I watch the world slowly drift by I see the beauty of the night transcend from evening into early morning it pulls me ge...Rate it:

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Alan Parry-Booth
HATS OFF TO PRYCOPYN. Perhaps you’re feeling jaded And your life’s gone rather flat When middle age is beckoning And your waistline turns to fat. ...Rate it:

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In Memory of Edward Wilson, Who Repented of What Was in His Mind to Write after Section
James Clerk Maxwell
Rigid Body (sings). Gin a body meet a body Flyin’ through the air, Gin a body hit a body, Will it fly? and where? Ilka impact has its measure,...Rate it:

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The Legend of La Brea
Charles Kingsley
Down beside the loathly Pitch Lake, In the stately Morichal, Sat an ancient Spanish Indian, Peering through the columns tall. Watching vainly for ...Rate it:

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We Grow Accustomed to the Dark
Emily Dickinson
We grow accustomed to the Dark -- When light is put away -- As when the Neighbor holds the Lamp To witness her Goodbye -- A Moment -- We uncertain...Rate it:

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L'Ange Heurtebise (translated in english)
Jean Cocteau
I Angel Heurtebise on the steps Beats me with his wings Of watered silk, refreshes my memory, The rascal, motionless And alone with me on the agat...Rate it:

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Old Bob
Robert William Service
I guess folks think I'm mighty dumb Since Jack and Jim and Joe Have hit the trail to Kingdom Come And left me here below: Since D...Rate it:

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A Cabin Tale
Paul Laurence Dunbar
THE YOUNG MASTER ASKS FOR A STORY Whut you say, dah? huh, uh! chile, You 's enough to dribe me wile. Want a sto'y; jes' hyeah dat! Whah' 'll I git...Rate it:

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A Death Song
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Lay me down beneaf de willers in de grass, Whah de branch 'll go a-singin' as it pass. An' w'en I's a-layin' low, I kin hyeah it as it go Singin', ...Rate it:

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