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A Rough Sketch
James Whitcomb Riley
for a second, and barely that-- A face, pox-pitted and evil-browed, Hid in the shade of a slouch-riRate it:

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A Vision Of Resurrection
Ambrose Bierce
to the distant sky's inclosing blue, Thick-pitted all with graves; and all the graves Save one wereRate it:

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Ah Ling, The Leper
Edward George Dyson
of vice and fierce privations in his scarred and pitted face, With a dreadful something added. By tRate it:

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An Old Workman
Lola Ridge
paving-stone… Bearing on his grimed and pitted front A stamp… as of innumerable feet. Rate it:

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Chicago
Carl Sandburg
tongue lapping for action, cunning as a savage pitted against the wilderness, Bareheaded, ShoveRate it:

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His Boys
Robert William Service
the sandbags into the pitchy night, Into the pitted valley that served us as No Man's Land. I stroRate it:

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One And One Are Two
Ambrose Bierce
isn't resurrected.' Below him on the pitted plain, By his abandoned hollow, His hair and teeth triRate it:

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Orange And Green Will Carry The Day
Thomas Davis
the day.' Orange! Orange! Green and Orange! Pitted together in many a fray Lions in fight! And linkRate it:

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Orange And Green Will Carry The Day
Thomas Osborne Davis
the day.' Orange! Orange! Green and Orange! Pitted together in many a fray-- Lions in fight! And liRate it:

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Tarafa
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
shining, her bent brows the shade of them, pitted with deep--set hollows, as rock--holes for rain--Rate it:

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The Broken Soldier
Katharine Tynan
as a bee; One hand is but a stump and his face a pitted mask; The gay soul goes singing like a birdRate it:

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The Glory
Edward Thomas
match this beauty, start And tread the pale dust pitted with small dark drops, In hope to find whaRate it:

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The Golden Yesterday
Roderic Quinn
passed away, And only the earth — its kind face pitted — Tells the tale of that old, dead day. TheyRate it:

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To A Word-Warrior
Ambrose Bierce
learn by whom it was begun. When North was pitted against South Non-combatants on either side In cRate it:

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Transports
John Le Gay Brereton
and flame of ruined homes, The muck of cannon-pitted fields. Rate it:

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