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The Rovers
Henry Lawson
sound where murder And treachery are bare— The pluck of self-reliance, The pluck of past despair; TRate it:

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The Shepherd's Lament
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
is cover'd With flowers of beauty rare; I pluck them, but pluck them unknowing To whom the offeriRate it:

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Time of Roses
Thomas Hood
was cast; It was the time of roses— We pluck'd them as we pass'd! That churlish seasoRate it:

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To The Australian Eleven
Douglas Brooke Wheelton Sladen
gratia, But you won the great match by downright pluck, And accordingly Australasia Accords such a Rate it:

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Welcome, Dear Heart, and a Most Kind Good-Morrow
Thomas Hood
But let that hint of a forgotten trouble. I pluck'd the Primrose at night's dewy noon; Like HopeRate it:

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Why do you strive for greatness, fool?
Stephen Crane
Why do you strive for greatness, fool? Go pluck a bough and wear it. It is as sufficing. My Lord, there are certain barbarians Who tilt their ...Rate it:

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..But a short time to live
Leslie Coulson
dream, to sing our song, To pick the fruit, to pluck the flower, The Gods—They do not give us lonRate it:

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Alfred Lord Tennyson
wave, Came yews, a dismal coterie; Each pluck'd his one foot from the grave, PoussetRate it:

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Walt Whitman
shapes of the future centuries! O muscle and pluck forever for me! Rate it:

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Girls Are Flowers
Ehsan Sehgal
are fragrant of life, Just feel them Do not pluck them The leaves fly in the air Let them DecorateRate it:

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I Always Lost
Ehsan Sehgal
suffered Lots of pain As people leave As they pluck flowers From the garden I have still some life Rate it:

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Mid My Gold-Brown Curls
George Eliot
There twined a silver hair: I plucked it idly out And scarcely knew 'twas there.Rate it:

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Red Is The Color Of Blood
Conrad Potter Aiken
yours petal by petal with slow murder. I would pluck the stamens, the pistils, The gold and the gRate it:

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The Exiles. 1660
John Greenleaf Whittier
of fire 'No priest who walks the earth, Shall pluck away the stranger-guest Made welcome to my hearRate it:

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The Proof Of Worth
Edgar Albert Guest
the test of the heart and the test of your pluck Isn't skies that are sunny and fair, But how do yoRate it:

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The Sprig of Lime
Robert Nichols
Whereat she stole With dumb signs forth to pluck the thing he craved. So lay he till a lime-twig hRate it:

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Brenden Pettingill
humming nectar a violin serenating, a guitar to pluck and a piano to push keys back into their locRate it:

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A Wild Rose
Alfred Austin
in wayside hedge, This year I wandering see, I pluck, and send it as a pledge, My own Wild Rose, toRate it:

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Don't Mess With Love
Nikhil Parekh
mess with the bat; it would so barbarously pluck the whites and blacks of your beautiful eyes; thatRate it:

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Amy Lowell
do the lilies goggle their tongues at me When I pluck them; And writhe and twist, And strangle themRate it:

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M'Fingal - Canto IV
John Trumbull
our future gallows; And geese unhatch'd, when pluck'd in fray, Shall rue the feathering of that dayRate it:

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The Vanities Of Life
John Clare
beauty's power Life sweetest pleasure gives? Go, pluck the summer flower, And see how long it livesRate it:

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To John J. Knickerbocker, Jr.
Eugene Field
though on Scotia's banks and braes You pluck the bonnie gowan, Or chat of old Chicago days O'er BerRate it:

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The Garden
Edith Nesbit
pure white flower grew by-and-by; You could not pluck my flower--alas! how should you? You sowed Rate it:

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Elinor Morton Wylie
Too high, too high to pluck My heart shall swing. A fruit no bee shall suck, No wasp shall sting. If on some night of cold It falls to ground ...Rate it:

(3.50 / 2 votes)

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