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The Lang Coortin'
Lewis Carroll
the door, And tirleth at the pin: Now speak and say, my popinjay, If I sall let him in.' Then up Rate it:

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The Leather Bottel
Anonymous Americas
devis'd the leather bottel. Now what d'ye say to cans of wood? Faith, they're naught, they cRate it:

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The Log Jam
William Henry Drummond
W'ere 's de man of de gang den is ready to say, ` Here goes?'' 9 Dere was de job for a feRate it:

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The Long Road Home
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
road that leads the long way home. Ma always says, "Why don't you come through Mr Donkin's land? ThRate it:

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The Masque of Queen Bersabe: A Miracle-Play
Algernon Charles Swinburne
nine. PRIMUS MILES. Sir, note this that I will say; That Lord who maketh corn with hay And morrowsRate it:

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The Merchant's Tale
Geoffrey Chaucer
We wedded men live in sorrow and care; Assay it whoso will, and he shall find That I say sooth, Rate it:

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The Mountain
Robert Frost
brook That starts up on it somewhere-I've heard say Right on the top, tip-top-a curious thing. But Rate it:

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The Murdered Lover
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Say a mass for my soul's repose, my brother, Say a mass for my soul's repose, I need it, Lovingly lived we, the sons of one mother, Mine was the si...Rate it:

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The Old House And The New
William Henry Drummond
're owin' for dat new place W 'at was he sayin' de nice young man Smilin' upon hees face W'en he gRate it:

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The Prioress’s Tale [from Chaucer]
William Wordsworth
pray, Guide thou my song which I of thee shall say. VI 'There was in Asia, in a mighty town, 'MonRate it:

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The Road to Roundabout
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
Some say that Guy of Warwick The man that killed the Cow, And brake the mighty Boar alive Beyond the bridge at Slough; Went up against a Loathl...Rate it:

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The Symphony
Sidney Lanier
melody. `Each day, all day' (these poor folks say), `In the same old year-long, drear-long way, We Rate it:

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The Tay Bridge Disaster
William Topaz McGonagall
of the Silv'ry Tay! Alas! I am very sorry to say That ninety lives have been taken away On the lastRate it:

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The Three Voices
Lewis Carroll
cease? Let thy scant knowledge find increase. Say 'Men are Men, and Geese are Geese.'' He moaned:Rate it:

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The Tin Bank
Eugene Field
Speaking of banks, I'm bound to say That a bank of tin is far the best, And I know of one that has stood for years In a pleasant home away out west...Rate it:

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The Twenty Hoss-Power Shay
Ellis Parker Butler
but ride! Wonder what Holmes would have had to say If the mare had rode in his one-hoss shay! I recRate it:

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Things to Come
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
thankfully upon our fate. And you shall say - or I shall say: Those were man's great days, yours aRate it:

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To A Lady Who Commanded Me To Send Her An Account In Verse
Mary Barber
tell me, Swift subscribes for Ten; And some say, Dorset does the same; But she shall never have my Rate it:

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To Marion
George Gordon Lord Byron
dark restraint. Spite of all thou fain wouldst say, Still in truant beams they play. Thy lips – butRate it:

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Under The Rose
Christina Georgina Rossetti
they thought me proud, I found so little to say And kept so from the crowd: But I had the longest cRate it:

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What Had He Done?
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
I said: 'What have you done to-day, O farmer! say?' 'Oh! I have sown the wheat in yonder field, AnRate it:

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When Your Pants Begin to Go
Henry Lawson
-- failed to make a god of Pelf, Some will say that for your troubles you can only thank yourself Rate it:

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Wild Flowers Of Australia
Caroline Carleton
Oh say not that no perfume dwells; The wilding flowers among, Say not that in the forest dells Is heard no voice of song. The air is laden with th...Rate it:

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Work chapter VII
Khalil Gibran
said, "Speak to us of Work." And he answered, saying: You work that you may keep pace with the Rate it:

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Ye Agents
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
war once more. He bows and smiles. 'Walk in,' we say, He smiles again. 'I come to-day, Dear Madam,Rate it:

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