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Orlando Furioso Canto 10
Ludovico Ariosto
than second: if this be not due, I well may say that hers no tale is told Of truer love, in presentRate it:

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Orlando Furioso Canto 16
Ludovico Ariosto
I can speak of them as 'twere my art. Hence if I say, or if I ever said, (Did speech or living pageRate it:

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Pelang
William Henry Drummond
sure-- He's tole me dat, geev de ring also Was say on de inside 'Je t'aime toujours.' I geev heem Rate it:

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Peter the Wag
William Schwenck Gilbert
bumpkins green, He not unfrequently would say, "A quarter past thirteen." If ever you by word of mRate it:

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Philiper Flash
James Whitcomb Riley
to swear. Old Flash himself would sometimes say That his wife had 'such a ridiculous way,-- She'd,Rate it:

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Rondeau
James Henry Leigh Hunt
to get Sweets into your list, put that in! Say I'm weary, say I'm sad, Say that health and weltRate it:

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Saadi
Ralph Waldo Emerson
him, "Sit aloof;" Annexed a warning, poets say, To the bright premium,— Ever when twain together plRate it:

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Sages And Broomsticks
Kurt Philip Behm
suture or pill He asks if you’re ready You say that you’re not He asks if it matters You ask if it Rate it:

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Saint Edmond's Eve
Percy Bysshe Shelley
pass, And did you observe his frown? He goeth to say the midnight mass, In holy St. Edmond's town. Rate it:

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St. Michael's Mount
Anonymous
earth; and it is to this Milton alludes, when he says— "Where the great vision of the guarded MountRate it:

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The Also-Ran
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
room tidied out.' 'She's wot?' . . . I can't say more. 'Well,' sez me wife, 'Seein' you arst 'erRate it:

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The Axe-Helve
Robert Frost
at another alder's roots, And that was, as I say, an alder branch. This was a man, Baptiste, who Rate it:

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The Battle Of Lundy's Lane
Duncan Campbell Scott
a wink, she would rise and walk the floor; She'd say this over and over, 'I knew it all before!' I'Rate it:

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The bottle tree
Eugene Field
in Winkyway land - Heigh-ho for a bottle, I say! A snug little berth in that ship I demand That rocRate it:

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The Corduroy Road
William Henry Drummond
t'ing to geev her If she mak' de mariée, only say, 'please go away' An' he's riches habitant along Rate it:

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The Curse Of Cromwell
William Butler Yeats
of that, O what of that, 'What is there left to say? All neighbourly content and easy talk are gonRate it:

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The Cynotaph,
Richard Harris Barham
pass'd away? Seventeen years, I can venture to say, Have I seen him gambol, and frolic, and play,Rate it:

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The Doughboy's Horace
Franklin P. Adams
I was the Molasses Kid. I batted strong. I'll say I did. LYDIA, ANYBURG U.S.A., WRITES: While yoRate it:

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The Eve of St. John
Sir Walter Scott
the midnight hour, And name this holy eve; And say, 'Come this night to thy lady's bower; Ask no boRate it:

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The Fear
Robert Frost
and someone all the time- Don't hold my arm!' 'I say it's someone passing.' 'You speak as if this wRate it:

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The Four Wishes
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
me, bless me, now! And, ere I shall return oh say, what goal must I have won— What is the aim, the Rate it:

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The Four Zoas (excerpt)
William Blake
a man looks pale With labour and abstinence, say he looks healthy and happy; And when his children Rate it:

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The Hacking Song
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
it's tryin', Mrs Gudgits. Very tryin', as you say. To 'ave a 'usban' on yer 'an's not only night bRate it:

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The Hill Of San Sebastian
William Henry Drummond
wit' small boat sailin' roun' He kiss me an' say - 'Toinette, I'm glad dis prairie lan' you love FoRate it:

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The House on the Hill
Edwin Arlington Robinson
is shut and still, There is nothing more to say. Through broken walls and gray The winds blow bleaRate it:

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