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'Black Bart, Po8'
Ambrose Bierce
all past offenses, And conjugated-'twas an awful pull!- The verb 'to pay' in all its moods and tensRate it:

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A CLOSE SHAVE
Alan Parry-Booth
and shadow Seem to be the link Then they always pull the birds It really makes you think Just lookRate it:

(4.67 / 3 votes)
A Dilemma
Ambrose Bierce
said: 'That's all that he can do-just sneer, And pull to pieces and be analytic. Why doesn't he himRate it:

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A Fable
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
she thought it a duty to stop her flight, To pull her down from her lofty height, And take the giltRate it:

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A First Confession
William Butler Yeats
the craving in my bones. Brightness that I pull back From the Zodiac, Why those questioning eyes TRate it:

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A Holy War
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
livin' is to git in tow Some country mug, an' pull 'is little leg Fer all 'is dough. A crooked crRate it:

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A Lifted Finger
Ambrose Bierce
ink, Counting unkind the services of those Who pull, to hold you back, your stupid nose, The day foRate it:

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A Meditation On Rhode-Island Coal
William Cullen Bryant
pluck the knotty sceptre Cowper gave, And pull him from his sledge, and drag him in, And melt the iRate it:

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A Mixed Crew
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
fleeting friendship of the temporary pal. But pull for the shore, lads, pull for the shore. Never Rate it:

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A Poet's Hope
Ambrose Bierce
earthy bed. 'Then I hope to take possession and pull in the earth above me And, renouncing my profRate it:

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A Point Of Honour
Alfred Austin
fondle and cuddle, and hug and kiss, and pull me down to the floor; And who should kiss first, and Rate it:

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A Servant To Servants
Robert Frost
there seems no other way. Len says one steady pull more ought to do it. He says the best way out isRate it:

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A Spring Song
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
'is pitch? I tells meself some day I'll take a pull An' look around fer some good, stiddy job,Rate it:

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A Square Deal
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
be day An' reck'nin' wot the crowd would pay? Pull off! Yeh got it wrong. Do you think all the boysRate it:

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A Welcome To The Month Of Mary
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
silver stream; The fragrant hawthorn boughs we pull, Most sacred too, we deem: For not amid our treRate it:

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A Welcoming Hymn
Kurt Philip Behm
where only you’ll go Those voices who call pull you deeper within Not lost but alone taking Rate it:

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A Woman Young And Old
William Butler Yeats
the craving in my bones. Brightness that I pull back From the Zodiac, Why those questioning eyes ThRate it:

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Adieu to Belshanny
William Allingham
to you, Kildoney lads, and them that pull on oar, A lug-sail set, or haul a net, from the Point to Rate it:

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Afloat And Ashore
Sydney Thompson Dobell
love!' 'The boats are lowered: I leap in first, Pull, boys, pull! or my heart will burst! More! moRate it:

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Afterwards
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
a dull Crude dissonance, howe'er thou twist and pull The sundered fragments. A most weary thing Rate it:

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Ah, Silly Pug, Wert Thou So Sore Afraid
Queen Elizabeth I
But if to try this mistress’ jest with thee. Pull up thy heart, suppress thy brackish tears, TorRate it:

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Airlin's Fine Braes
Robert Burns
aff tae the bothy and tak aff my claes, And pull on the rovers o' Airlin's fine braes. Noo the haiRate it:

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Alec Yeaton's Son
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
oar! Up rose the cry, "A wreck! a wreck! Pull, mates, and waste no breath!"-- They knew it, thouRate it:

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All I Wanted To Do
Nikhil Parekh
didn't want to slice your tongue; tyrannically pull out each iota of your mouth to coalesce with roRate it:

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All Time Is Now
Kurt Philip Behm
Release the hasp Pull back the mask The key has turned Your face to learn Unlatch the lid Reach down amid What’s hidden deep —your secret sleeps ...Rate it:

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