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Blokes
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
why, 'Erb's the sort To put you wise. It's his whole end and' aim. Keen? He's as keen as mustard Rate it:

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Bohémiens En Voyage (Gypsies On The Road)
Charles Baudelaire
of Chimeras long-departed. Out of his hole the cricket sees them pass And sings the louder. GreeneRate it:

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Breton Afternoon
Ernest Christopher Dowson
will I lie while the clouds fly by and delve an hole where my heart May sleep deep down with the goRate it:

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Business
Ambrose Bierce
tried each door, Scanned carefully the lidded hole For minstrels to cascade the coal In short, examRate it:

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By the Camp Fire
Ada Cambridge
the night-frogs' bubbling shriek in every water-hole and creek; Only a rush of wind in flight, as Rate it:

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Caliban upon Setebos or, Natural Theology in the Island
Robert Browning
wall of seeds and settled stalks About their hole--He made all these and more, Made all we seRate it:

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Campbell Man
nicholas johnston
like a king, turning the land. I watched from a hole in the redwood fence. On his knees he scoopeRate it:

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Camptown Races
Stephen C. Foster
doo-dah day! De blind hoss sticken in a big mud hole -- Doo-dah! doo-dah! Can't touch bottom wid a Rate it:

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Campus Sonnets: Return - 1917
Stephen Vincent Benet
`Catalogue'. I was just aiming at the jagged hole Torn in the yellow sandbags of their trench, Rate it:

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Canto 13
Ezra Pound
after the sound: "The old swimming hole, "And the boys flopping off the planks, "Or sittingRate it:

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Canto 49
Ezra Pound
swoop to the sand-bar, Clouds gather about the hole of the window Broad water; geese line out with Rate it:

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Canto XIII: Kung Walked
Ezra Pound
he looked after the sound: ``The old swimming hole, ``And the boys flopping off the planks, ``Or siRate it:

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Canto XLIX: For the Seven Lakes
Ezra Pound
swoop to the sand-bar, Clouds gather about the hole of the window Broad water; geese line out with Rate it:

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Captured
Kurt Philip Behm
Striving to be anonymous, the hole got deeper still Ties were broken, ropes were cut, less water in the well Alone within my loneliness the...Rate it:

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Causerie (Conversation)
Charles Baudelaire
but not console. What it seeks there is but a hole, deep caverned By women's claws and fangs, andRate it:

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Celia
Lola Ridge
her hand till it bleeds. It is cool by the port hole. The wet rags of the wind flap in your face. Rate it:

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Childe Harold's Pilgrimage: A Romaunt. Canto II.
George Gordon Lord Byron
goal, They won, and pass'd away-is this the whole? A school-boy's tale, the wonder of an hour! TRate it:

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Coole Park And Ballylee, 1931
William Butler Yeats
to finish up Spread to a lake and drop into a hole. What's water but the generated soul? Upon the Rate it:

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Cousin Rufus' Story
James Whitcomb Riley
nude self in the delights Of the old swimmin'-hole, some hundred yards Below the slaughter-house, jRate it:

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Crabs
Arthur Bayldon
these horrid creatures wet With a thick unwholesome sweat Have most hideous banquets here On the poRate it:

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Cromwell
Henry Lawson
his wife’s and daughter’s bones Into a rubbish hole To rot with those of two who’d lived And foughtRate it:

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David Cleek
Siegfried Sassoon
of light Standing benignant at the eighteenth hole, To everlasting Golf consigns your soul. Rate it:

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Dawgs of War
Henry Lawson
the row commence— Tore with tooth and claw a hole in the backyard fence. No one called, but in theyRate it:

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Death
Edith Nesbit
bells that crowd so near, Not see that cold clay hole. Rate it:

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Death Of A Wombat
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
reared a young Wombat To glad me with his pin-hole eye, But when he most was sweet & fat And tailRate it:

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