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A Man Young And Old: IX. The Secrets Of The Old
William Butler Yeats
to-day Can know the stories that we know Or say the things we say: How such a man pleased women moRate it:

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A Man Young And Old: VI. His Memories
William Butler Yeats
women take so little stock In what I do or say They'd sooner leave their cosseting To hear a jackasRate it:

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A Man Young And Old: XI. From Oedipus At Colonus
William Butler Yeats
to have lived is best, ancient writers say; Never to have drawn the breath of life, never to have lRate it:

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A Manager's Perplexities
William Schwenck Gilbert
State! Both A and B rehearsal slight - They say they'll be "all right at night" (They've both to gRate it:

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A Marriage-Table
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
where without pomp or state We sit, and only say, or mute, are fain To wish the simple words 'GodRate it:

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A Married Coquette
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Sit still, I say, and dispense with heroics! I hurt your wrists? Well, you have hurt me. It is time you found out that all men are not stoics, Nor ...Rate it:

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A Mate can do no Wrong
Henry Lawson
a mate may do, A mate can do no wrong!' They’ll say he said a bitter word When he’s away or dead. WRate it:

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A Matter of Knack
William Thomas Goodge
carry you, M'Pherson, But the wager doesn't say a blessed word about yer clothes!" That was howRate it:

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A May Burden
Francis Thompson
month of May. God ripe the wines and corn, I say, And wenches for the marriage-day, And boys to teRate it:

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A May Night on the Mountains
Henry Lawson
least, And the things that vex her most. Oh, say, some muse of a larger star, Some muse of the UnRate it:

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A Mediocre Man
Robert William Service
the things most people do, I echo what they say; And through my morning paper view The prRate it:

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A MEDITATION FOR HIS MISTRESS
Robert Herrick
a stay, That where you grew, scarce man can say. You are a lovely July-flower; Yet one rude wind, Rate it:

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A Meditation On Rhode-Island Coal
William Cullen Bryant
young wood-- For fifty years ago, the old men say, The Briton hewed their ancient groves away. I sRate it:

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A Memory Of Youth
William Butler Yeats
of mother-wit, And yet for all that I could say, And though I had her praise for it, A cloud blown Rate it:

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A Message: Armistice Day 1936
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
an' dropp a tear an' bend a reverent knee - (Says Digger Corporal Ginger Mick, A.I.F., says 'e) BRate it:

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A Mile With Me
Henry Van Dyke
o' the day,-- A friend who knows, and dares to say, The brave, sweet words that cheer the way WhereRate it:

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A Miller, His Son, And Their Ass
Anne Kingsmill Finch
down, lest Passengers your Manners blame, And say, it ill becomes your tender Years To ride beforRate it:

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A Mixed Battle Song
Henry Lawson
if her “commerce” was destroyed. You may say that war’s a curse, but the peace curse may be worseRate it:

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A Monumental Column
John Webster
ambitious a title! Only, here though I dare not say you shall find him live, for that assurance werRate it:

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A Mood
Frederick George Scott
ringing from the stars, That look at me and say, "O helpless worm, Upon the world of worms, dost thRate it:

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A Mountain Spring
Henry Kendall
story of a loved and lost repose; Yet this I say to cliff and close-leaved dell: A fitful spirit Rate it:

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A Narrow Girdle of Rough Stones and Crags
William Wordsworth
chariot, and its horse, Its playmate, rather say, its moving soul. --And often, trifling with a pRate it:

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A Nervous Governor-General
Andrew Barton Paterson
the task, don't seem quite in accord For they say that His Lordship is nervous. Does he think thaRate it:

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A New Damon And Pythias
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I may rise. Agar is in, and Charles is out, you say. Tis sure a cruel fortune wills it so. My joy Rate it:

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A New Day
Zin Eddine Dadach
off the smart TV Meeting my poor neighbor And say "I care about you"; Today, I want someRate it:

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