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I showed her Heights she never saw
Emily Dickinson
me? I showed her Secrets—Morning's Nest— The Rope the Nights were put across— And now—"Would'st havRate it:

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I Still failed
Nikhil Parekh
get out of the dingily dark well; I used a thick rope as a tenacious pulley to hoist me from the imRate it:

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If I Were To Choose
Nikhil Parekh
on cable car to clambering up using a knotted rope, I would prefer to onerously scramble my way toRate it:

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Impossible "Possible".
Nikhil Parekh
mine; hedonistically strangulate me like a death rope into the corpses of bizarrely unforgivable eRate it:

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In Contumaciam
Ambrose Bierce
knockin' ye out While ye're hangin' onto the rope. An' soon ye'll lave home To thravel to Rome, FoRate it:

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Invocation To The Social Muse
Archibald MacLeish
They may stop his tongue on his teeth with a rope’s argument— He will lie in a house and be warm Rate it:

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Jump-To-Glory Jane
George Meredith
by the vicarage. XIV The tightness of a hempen rope Their bodies got; but laundry soap Not handsoRate it:

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Knockin' Around
Henry Lawson
a moment his forehead to wipe, Drops the rope reins while he feels for his pipe, Scratches his greyRate it:

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L'envoi
Rudyard Kipling
as the tackle hooks the crate, And the fall-rope whines through the sheave; It's "Gang-plank uRate it:

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Last night my soul cried O exalted sphere of Heaven
Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi
for you do not know how to make a bucket and a rope out of my withered stumps. Rate it:

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Letter
Victor Marie Hugo
in dialect. In my lane dwells a patriarchal rope-maker; The old man makes his wheel run loud, and Rate it:

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Lines on Mr. Hodgson Written on Board the Lisbon Packet
George Gordon Lord Byron
Bear a hand, you jolly tar, you! Here's a rope's end for the dogs. Hobhouse muttering fearRate it:

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Mental Cases
Wilfred Owen
are plucking at each other; Picking at the rope-knouts of their scourging; Snatching after us whoRate it:

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Mickey M'Grew
Edgar Lee Masters
hauled me up the seventy feet, I unhooked the rope from my waist, And laughingly flung my giant armRate it:

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Moving Water
Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi
may be blind or, worse, vultures. Reach for the rope of God. And what is that? Putting aside self-Rate it:

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Mrs Frances Haris's Petition
Jonathan Swift
that he twisted his girdle at me like a rope, as who should say, `Now you may go hang yourself for Rate it:

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My Swan, Let us Fly
Kabir
married soul draws water from Without a rope or pitcher. My swan, let us fly to that land Where yRate it:

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Nauhaught, The Deacon
John Greenleaf Whittier
his faith Too weak to bear its burden,--like a rope That, strand by strand uncoiling, breaks above Rate it:

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Neglectful Edward
Robert Graves
have you brought for Nancy?' Edward 'A rope of pearls and a gold earring, And a bird of the East Rate it:

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Old heltberg
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
I went to a school that was little and proper, Both for church and for state a conventional hopper, Feeding rollers that ground out their grist unw...Rate it:

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On The Best, Last, And Only Remaning Comedy Of Mr. Fletcher
Richard Lovelace
to sum up the abstract of his store, He flings a rope of Pearl of forty more. Ah, see! the stagg'riRate it:

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On The Best, Last, And Only Remaning Comedy Of Mr. Fletcher. The Wild Goose Chase
Richard Lovelace
to sum up the abstract of his store, He flings a rope of Pearl of forty more. Ah, see! the stagg'riRate it:

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Oonts
Rudyard Kipling
An' when we gets 'im loaded up 'is blessed girth-rope breaks. * Camel: -- ~oo~ is pronounced likeRate it:

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Orlie Wilde
James Whitcomb Riley
mast, with knarl and strand Of rigging-rope and tattered threads Of flag and streamer and of sail TRate it:

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Parade-Song of the Camp-Animals
Rudyard Kipling
load. See our line across the plain, Like a heel-rope bent again, Reaching, writhing, rolling far, Rate it:

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