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All Your Names Are In Me
Mario William Vitale
of my eyes And all my steps feel a slippery pull As though there is a tide that runs north to you Rate it:

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An All-Night Sea Fight
William Topaz McGonagall
the British flag, And "prepare my heroes to pull down that French rag." Then the "Blanche" made sRate it:

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An Eare-Stringe
William Strode
idle words are passing here, I warne and pull you by the eare. This silken chayne stands wayting hRate it:

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An Epistle to Mr. Southerne
Elijah Fenton
Peace and Plenty overflow'd the Land, She strait pull'd off her Sattin Cap, and Band: Bade WycherlyRate it:

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An heroic address to [Oxford], concerning the combined utility and dignity of military affairs and o
Gabriel Harvey
thy eager mind, driving out the cares of Peace. Pull Hannibal up short at the gates of Britain. DeRate it:

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An Imperial Rescript
Rudyard Kipling
bill, I work for the kids an' the missus. Pull up? I be damned if I will!" And over the German Rate it:

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Apostrophe To Man
Edna St. Vincent Millay
hopeful bodies of the young; exhort, Pray, pull long faces, be earnest, be all but overcome, be phRate it:

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Arcturus
Emily Dickinson
uot;Oh Lord—how frail are we"! I pull a flower from the woods— A monster with a glass Computes theRate it:

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As Like A Tree
Ehsan Sehgal
more leaves The authorities decided to cut And pull that out, for a new tree The breathing history Rate it:

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At Sea
Sara Teasdale
In the pull of the wind I stand, lonely, On the deck of a ship, rising, falling, Wild night around me, wild water under me, Whipped by the storm, s...Rate it:

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August
Edith Nesbit
on this silent, wood-encircled lawn. I want to pull the honey-bud that twines About the blackberRate it:

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Auld Maitland
Andrew Lang
the three Scots lads Pursued along the way. 'Pull up portcullize! down draw-brig! My nephews are aRate it:

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Author's Apology For His Book
John Bunyan
having now my method by the end, Still as I pull'd, it came; and so I penned It down; until it camRate it:

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Beloved, with the spent and sickly fumes...
Boris Pasternak
unrevealed, And fame it is the soil's strong pull. Would that I more erect were sprung! But even sRate it:

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Bianca's Dream - A Venetian Story
Thomas Hood
his corks, and merely had a bath; And once he pull'd a trigger at his skull, But merely broke a winRate it:

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Billy Khaki
Edward George Dyson
town To uphold the land we live in, and to pull a tyrant down. Thou his lines are none too leveRate it:

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Braggart
Dorothy Parker
weather, The years will bite and smart, And pull your bones together To wrap your chattering heart.Rate it:

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Break of Day in the Trenches
Isaac Rosenberg
leaps my hand, A queer sardonic rat, As I pull the parapet's poppy To stick behind my ear. DrollRate it:

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Brothers
James Weldon Johnson
forever seeking to obey The law of downward pull; and I am more: The bitter fruit am I of planted sRate it:

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By Flood and Field 2
Adam Lindsay Gordon
washes the clay bank under ; Here goes for a pull, 'tis a madman's ride, And a broken neck if you bRate it:

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Cascading Metaphors
Mario William Vitale
with hay some say it ought not be that way a pull at the heart will light its inner spark to whereRate it:

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Celia
Lola Ridge
eyes stick out like spears. You see her pulled-back face and her black, black eyes lit up by the glRate it:

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Ch 01 Manner of Kings Story 19
Sa di
the garden of a subject His slaves will pull him up the tree from the roots. For fiveRate it:

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Chamberlain Falls
Kurt Philip Behm
extends the time of our demise, capitulation pulling us under toward the roar As a country, we’rRate it:

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Charon.
Robert Crawford
ages come and go. The boatman, dumb and hoary, Pulls with a steady pull, And the dead man seems to Rate it:

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