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Orlie Wilde
James Whitcomb Riley
high crag she stood upon, To there entreat and say, 'My Sweet, Behold thy servant at thy feet.' AndRate it:

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Ortus
Ezra Pound
you enter your life. I beseech you learn to say ‘I’ When I question you; For you are no part, but aRate it:

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Otho The Great - Act II
John Keats
to me 'tis all a mist! Sigifred. I say no more. Ludolph. It seems I am to wait Here in the ante-rooRate it:

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Otho The Great - Act III
John Keats
me. Albert. Married to-day! To-day! You did not say so? Sigifred. Now, while I speak to you, their Rate it:

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Otho The Great - Act IV
John Keats
will be cur enough to bark at me ; Have his own say ; read me some silly creed 'Bout shame and pityRate it:

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Otho The Great - Act V
John Keats
LUDOLPH and PAGE. Ludolph. Miss'd the way, boy, say not that on your peril! Page. Indeed, indeed I Rate it:

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Our Autocrat
John Greenleaf Whittier
rich in all, And young of heart, how dare we say We keep his seventieth festival? No sense is hereRate it:

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Our biggest fish
Eugene Field
never lost a little fish--yes, I am free to say It always was the biggest fish I caught that got awRate it:

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Our Children
Janis Binning
with our views. So be mindful of what you do and say, as they will continue in the same way. Show Rate it:

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Our Choices
Kurt Philip Behm
Your say download I say upload Diametrically opposed I look up While you look down The truth now juxtaposed I step forward You step back Our choi...Rate it:

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Our Daily Bread
Robert William Service
our due. "Give me my daily toil," I ought to say - (If from life's cursed coil I'd time to pray.) Rate it:

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Our Father’s Business:
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
found, Yet half repelling--as the soft eyes say, 'How is it that ye sought me? Wist ye not That Rate it:

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Our Hands Have Met
William Morris
passed away, And we shall meet and smile and say 'O wasted sighs of long ago!' Wilt thou rejoice tRate it:

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Our Helen
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
kind of way Of looking sly and witty, As if to say, in baby words, 'I know I'm very pretty.' She bRate it:

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Our Hired Girl
James Whitcomb Riley
first thing you know! 11 An' nen she'll say, 12 "Clear out o' my way! 13 TheRate it:

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Our House
Christopher Morley
hours, A garden of old-fashioned flowers- Say marigolds and lavender And mignonette and fever-feRate it:

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Our Jack
Henry Kendall
them into wreaths of subtle fire. We were, I say, a band of three in all, With brother Tom for leadRate it:

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Our Lady of the Mine
Eugene Field
all through it; Three-Fingered Hoover used to say there warn't no meanin' to it. "Gol durn a man," Rate it:

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Our Maecenas
Victor James Daley
somwhat grey - He has good reason, you will say. He's entering a bookshop. Fine! He buys a book. Rate it:

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Our Mountain Cemetery
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
widely spread, Within this city of the Dead. Say, who could tell what aching sighs, What tears frRate it:

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Our Song
Carmen Tejada & Gerald Hierro
I am afraid to say some words But I'm sure I should say a lot more Open myself and drop my soul God pick up my pieces, now I'll fly and roar Crea...Rate it:

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Our Willie
Henry Timrod
the Christmas morn, It scarcely seemed a sin to say That they rang because that babe was born, Not Rate it:

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Out on the Roofs of Hell
Henry Lawson
Death on the roofs of hell. They drivel and say how the bushman drinks, But what do the townsfolk Rate it:

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Outsong in the Jungle
Rudyard Kipling
that moves, When thy Pack would make thee pain, Say: " Tabaqui sings again." When thy Pack would woRate it:

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Over And Undone
Edith Nesbit
IF one might hope that when we say farewell To life, we two might but be one at last! But we look back on a divided past, And a divided future m...Rate it:

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