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A Cry from South Africa
James Montgomery
On building a chapel at Cape Town, for the Negro slaves of the colony, in 1828. Afric, from her remotest strand, Lifts to high heaven one fetter'...Rate it:

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A Dead Man
John Boyle O'Reilly
And as we laid him by the pines to rest, A negro spoke, with tears: 'His heart was black!' ''IslRate it:

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A Description Of The Countreys Recreations
Sir Henry Wotton
prize of their sweet song. Go! let the diving Negro seek For Gems, hid in some forlorn creek; We Rate it:

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A Farewell To Tobacco
Charles Lamb
retainer to the vine, Bacchus' black servant, negro fine; Sorcerer, that mak'st us dote upon Thy beRate it:

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A Nation's Test
John Boyle O'Reilly
or sects were to him a profanity: Hindoo and Negro and Kelt were as one; Large as mankind was his Rate it:

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A Negro Love Song
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Seen my lady home las' night, Jump back, honey, jump back. Hel' huh han' an' sque'z it tight, Jump back, honey, jump back. Hyeahd huh s...Rate it:

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A Political Apostate
Ambrose Bierce
now the trigger Shows that you _knew_ your Negro was a nigger! _Ad hominem_ this _argumentum_ runs:Rate it:

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À Une Dame Créole (To A Creole Lady)
Charles Baudelaire
rhymes in poets' hearts, Tamed like the negro slaves that you inherit. Translated by Roy CampbellRate it:

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A Valentine's Song
Robert Louis Stevenson
powers, perhaps, are small to please, But even negro-songs and castanettes, Old jokes and hackneyedRate it:

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Amelia Jane
David McKee Wright
Circassian girls for slaves, as well as the Negro black; And it seems to me in our free land that Rate it:

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Amusing Trial, in Which a Yankee Lawyer Rendered a Just Verdict.
Anonymous Americas
house and land. A Yankee Lawyer long had kept A negro-man with whom he slept. And ate, and SabbathRate it:

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An Appeal to My Countywomen
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
oh my well-sheltered sisters, Weep not for the Negro alone, But weep for your sons who must gatheRate it:

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An Ode in Time of Hesitation
William Vaughn Moody
July 18, 1863, at the head of the first enlisted negro regiment, the Fifty-fourth Massachusetts. IRate it:

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August
Elinor Morton Wylie
Why should this Negro insolently stride Down the red noonday on such noiseless feet? Piled in his barrow, tawnier than wheat, Lie heaps of smoul...Rate it:

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Black Sampson Of Brandywine
Paul Laurence Dunbar
the fight at Brandywine, Black Samson, a giant negro armed with a scythe, sweeps his way through thRate it:

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Brown Of Ossawatomie
John Greenleaf Whittier
stooped between the jeering ranks and kissed the negro's child. The shadows of his stormy life thaRate it:

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Ch 01 Manner of Kings Story 39
Sa di
upon the meanest of my slaves." He had a stupid negro, Khosaib by name, whom he made governor of EgRate it:

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Ch 01 Manner of Kings Story 40
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he became angry and presented her to one of his negro-slaves whose upper lip was higher than his noRate it:

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Ch 05 On Love And Youth Story 20
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Because blackness cannot be washed off from a negro. Nothing can blot out my remembranceRate it:

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Conquest Of Prejudice
Charles Lamb
Unto a Yorkshire school was sent A negro youth to learn to write, And the first day young Juba went All gazed on him as a rare sight. But soon wit...Rate it:

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Crispus Attucks
John Boyle O'Reilly
Attucks died. Shall we take for a sign this Negro-slave with unfamiliar name— With his poor compaRate it:

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Dr. sam
Eugene Field
Eye that's Evil Would him and his'n damn, The negro's grief gets quick relief Of Hoodoo-Doctor SaRate it:

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Elegy Of Lincoln
Joseph Furphy
mighty hand That struck the fetters from the negro's limb. Lincoln is gone — and now for ever stRate it:

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Epigram
William Cowper
say, is half so good To make fine sugar, as a negro's blood. Now lambs and negroes both are harmlesRate it:

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Evangeline: Part The Second. II.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
gardens, Stood the houses of planters, with negro-cabins and dove-cots. They were approaching the rRate it:

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