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Ashtaroth: A Dramatic Lyric
Adam Lindsay Gordon
the tree of knowledge first, Since his parents pluck'd the fruit, Man, with partial knowledge curRate it:

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At Last
Elizabeth Eleanor Siddal
known. And mother, find three berries red And pluck them from the stalk, And burn them at the firsRate it:

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At the Opera
Victor James Daley
I smell the rose upon the tree; Who will may pluck and wear, for me— May wear the rose, and wRate it:

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Aubade
Dame Edith Louisa Sitwell
garden, Cockscomb flowers that none will pluck, And wooden flowers that 'gin to cluck. In the kiRate it:

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Australia Today 1916
Andrew Barton Paterson
fixed their grip on the gaunt hillside With a pluck that has won them fame; And the home-folks knRate it:

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Autumn: Friday Morning
John Bowring
blow, And blow like those sweet flowers that, pluck'd, ne'er lose Their freshness, nor their fragraRate it:

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Ave atque Vale (In memory of Charles Baudelaire)
Algernon Charles Swinburne
of unbeholden friend, For thee no fruits to pluck, no palms for winning, No triumph and no labRate it:

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Bald
Nikhil Parekh
brilliant dye; remained busy all day trying to pluck the insipid strands of white. Therefore it iRate it:

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Bashful Gleeson
Edward George Dyson
in distress, Game to face the fire, but not to pluck sweet Kitty from her bed— And he knocked and aRate it:

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Bearded
Nikhil Parekh
tweezers of pure steel; to scrupulously pluck my hair, I didn't need sleazy colored dye; with itsRate it:

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Before
Robert Browning
him pace at pleasure, past the walls of rose, Pluck their fruits when grape-trees graze him as he gRate it:

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Before The Snow
Andrew Lang
past that melancholy pile we strolled To pluck wild strawberries, with merry cheer. Rate it:

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Believe It Or Not
Nikhil Parekh
diabolical politician's palette, Whether you pluck an inconspicuous lotus petal; or whether you bRate it:

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Betrothed
Augusta Davies Webster
I DID not think to love her. As we go We pluck a hedge-rose blushing in its sheath, Fresh, and at hand; and not the less we know That where rich ga...Rate it:

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Bill the Bullock-Driver
Henry Kendall
nothing at all to our hero’s delight In the pluck and the strength of his team. For the kings of Rate it:

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Blight
Ralph Waldo Emerson
in the cut he makes, Love not the flower they pluck, and know it not, And all their botany is LatinRate it:

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Blueflags
William Carlos Williams
are blossoming in the reeds which the children pluck chattering in the reeds high over their heRate it:

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Born To love
Nikhil Parekh
Vultures were born to hedonistically pluck at innocent flesh; feast and have the time of their liRate it:

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Bullets
Edward George Dyson
tinkling chill of fear. A whining thing will pluck your heel, A whirring insect sting your shin; Rate it:

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Campaspe
Henry Kendall
tone. The leopard, we call her, Campaspe! I pluck at a rose and I stir To think of this sweet-heartRate it:

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Celandine
Edward Thomas
the flowers were not true, Until I stooped to pluck from the grass there One of five petals and I sRate it:

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Children's Playground In The City
Edith Nesbit
of remembrance is set, There is one way to pluck it--and only one: Dare you ask your country not Rate it:

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Come And Play In The Garden
Ann Taylor
very likely make us sick. Nor will we pluck the pretty flowers That grow about the beds and bowerRate it:

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Come and Play in the Garden
Jane Taylor
very likely make us sick. Nor will we pluck the pretty flowers That grow about the beds and bowerRate it:

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Cumnor Hall
William Mickle
was you oft would saye! And, proude of conquest--pluck'd the fruite, Then lefte the blossom to decaRate it:

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