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Ginger's Cobber
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
folk might want ter make a row. But say, yeh'd think ole Ginger wus a pote If yeh could read some jRate it:

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Gipsy
Robert William Service
it in the field. "Begone, you Romanies!" I say, "Lest you defile this bright array Whose lovelinessRate it:

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Gipsy Love
Arthur Symons
we would lie in the sunny bracken With none to say us nay. The gipsy tents are on the down, TheRate it:

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Girl Graduates
William Schwenck Gilbert
for fashion, they forswear it, So they say, And the circle - they will square it Some fine day; TheRate it:

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Git-Yer-Gun
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
a quaint, unlikely story; some folk say it has a moral; But that's a little matter you may settle wRate it:

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Give Me Just One Chance O! Omnipotent Almighty Lord
Nikhil Parekh
irrefutably see to it that they had their equal say in the day-to-day working of the society; see tRate it:

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Give Me Leave to Rail at You
Lord John Wilmot
but my due: To call you false, and then to say You shall not keep my heart a day. But alas! againstRate it:

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Glasgow
William Topaz McGonagall
without fear of contradiction, I will venture to say You are the second grandest city in Scotland aRate it:

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Glorious France
Edgar Lee Masters
a song Which to all islands and all continents Says life is neither comfort, wealth, nor fame, NRate it:

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Gloucester Moods
William Vaughn Moody
Fester down in the slaver's pen And nothing to say or do? Rate it:

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Glove, The
Robert Browning
speech, master Peter!'' I who, if mortal dare say so, Ne'er am at loss with my Naso, ``Sire,'' I reRate it:

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Go Down, Death
James Weldon Johnson
Death, and bring her to me. And Death didn't say a word, But he loosed the reins on his pale, whitRate it:

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Go Not Far From Me, O My God
Anna Laetitia Waring
deep may call, but I With peaceful heart can say, Thy loving-kindness hath a charge No waves can taRate it:

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Go Seek Her Out
James Joyce
Go seek her out all courteously, And say I come, Wind of spices whose song is ever Epithalamium. O, hurry over the dark lands And run upon the...Rate it:

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God Help our Men at Sea
Henry Kendall
to his father's home; So that he shall kneel and say, 'Lord, I would be far away!' Ho! the hurricanRate it:

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God Defend New Zealand
Thomas Bracken
wrongs, we pray, Be forgiven So that we might say long live, Aotearoa May it be forever prestiRate it:

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Godolphin Horne
Hilaire Belloc
Churchman, cleanly, nobly born, Come, let us say Godolphin Horne?" But hardly had he said the word Rate it:

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Going to him! Happy letter! Tell him--
Emily Dickinson
begged to be ended-- What could it hinder so, to say? Tell him just how she sealed you, cautious BuRate it:

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Gold
Herman Melville
dawn with golden flushings! In a shower of gold, say fables old, A maiden was won by the god of golRate it:

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Golden Hair
Kurt Philip Behm
dismissively, and feigned a smile weak As if to say without the words... you fall short of what IRate it:

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Gone
Adam Lindsay Gordon
fair; Did he envy such ending? ’twere hard to say; Had he cause to envy such ending? no; Rate it:

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Good Cheer
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
not near, In flying curves hoof-driven. To say who won I will not try; For lo, this rustic horse aRate it:

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Good Friday
George Herbert
thy woes All come to lodge there, sin may say, 'No room for me', and fly away. Sin being gone, ohRate it:

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Good Night
Carl Sandburg
Many ways to say good night. Fireworks at a pier on the Fourth of July spell it with red wheels and yellow spokes. They fizz in the air, touch t...Rate it:

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Good Night to the Season
Winthrop Mackworth Praed
which at Boodle's Is held to have something to say; Mrs. Splenetic's musical Poodles, Which bark 'BRate it:

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