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Hay and Hell and Booligal
Andrew Barton Paterson
to call; The drovers mostly pass it by -- They reckon that they'd rather die Than spend the nighRate it:

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Hermann And Dorothea - VIII. Melpomene
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
the gable a window; methinks all the panes I can reckon.' 'That which you see,' replied the youth,Rate it:

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Hot Digitty Dog
Robert William Service
a year; Seen a helluva lot since then, Killed, I reckon, a dozen men; Six was doubtful, but six wasRate it:

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How pleasant to know Mr. Lear
Edward Lear
two eyes, and ten fingers, (Leastways if you reckon two thumbs); He used to be one of the singersRate it:

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How Polly Paid For Her Keep
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
little Poll! Why, I nursed her As often, I reckon as old Mother Brown When they lived at the “FlaRate it:

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Hudibras: Part 2 - Canto II
Samuel Butler
they did it; This, therefore, may be justly reckon'd A heinous sin. Now to the second That Saints Rate it:

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I count the days until I see you
Lesbia Harford
I see you, dear, But the days only. I dare not reckon up the nights and hours I shall be lonely.Rate it:

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I reckon—when I count it all
Emily Dickinson
I reckon—when I count it all— First—Poets—Then the Sun— Then Summer—Then the Heaven of God— And then—the List is done— But, looking back—the First...Rate it:

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Immortality
Robert William Service
and with a smile Of rueful rating, I reckon I am not worth while Perpetuating. Rate it:

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In Memory of F.P.
Katherine Philips
guesse At one remove of future happinesse, But reckon children 'mong those passing joys, Which one Rate it:

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In the Stable
Andrew Barton Paterson
our fancies, of course: Brumby to look at, you reckon? Well, no; he's a thoroughbred horse; SiredRate it:

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Introduction to Ginger Mick
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
mistook Fer an edjicated person, 'oo 'is cobbers reckoned crook; But 'e 'ad a trick wiv figgers thaRate it:

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It Came With The Threat Of A Waning Moon
William Ernest Henley
land, Wave out of wave of the sea And who shall reckon what lives may live In the life that we badeRate it:

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Jack Dunn of Nevertire
Henry Lawson
by Liverpool, a swell of Yankee brand, To reckon, guess, and kalkilate, 'n' wake my native land; Rate it:

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Jim
James Whitcomb Riley
go to peggin' ag'in! Patientest feller too, I reckon, 'at ever jes natchurly Coughed hisse'f to deRate it:

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John Smith
Eugene Field
confess In some such treacherous ism as 'I reckon' or 'I guess'; Let fall your tell-tale dialect, tRate it:

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Johnny Boer
Andrew Barton Paterson
hand to hand, and clawing men about They reckon Fuzzy-Wuzzy is the hottest fighter out. But FuzzyRate it:

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Johnson's Boy
James Whitcomb Riley
forgot the other-- And so have _I_, for that! I reckon it's as handy, When Nibsy breaks his toy, OrRate it:

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Juggling Jerry
George Meredith
studied men from my topsy-turvy Close, and, I reckon, rather true. Some are fine fellows: some, rigRate it:

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King Bibler's Army
Henry Clay Work
recruits must be found, For the gravediggers reckon they bury that number Every year in the cold, cRate it:

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Kitty McCrae - A Galloping Rhyme
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
take the bags - Postboy, I reckon's about the best; 'Tis dark, I know, but he'llRate it:

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Let Us Make A Leap, My Dear
Thomas Hood
my life deserved of Heaven. Dearest, let us reckon so, And love for all that long ago; Each abseRate it:

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Lex Talionis
Adam Lindsay Gordon
the joys we derive from slaughter. And few, I reckon, our rights gainsay In this world of rapine Rate it:

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Li'l' Gal
Paul Laurence Dunbar
dey love 'em true, An' dey love 'em back, I reckon, des' lak I 's a-lovin' you; Dat 's de reason deRate it:

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Lord Walter's Wife
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
knots are quickly undone, And too much beauty, I reckon, is nothing but too much sun.' IV 'Yet faRate it:

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