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AN ANSWER IN THE BEHALF OF A WOMAN.
Henry Howard
a charge. And some I see again sit still and say but small, That can5 do ten times more than they tRate it:

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An Elegie on Henry, fourth Erle of Northumberlande
John Skelton
in their mynd. And were not they to blame, I say also, That were aboute him, his owne servants of Rate it:

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An English Ballad, On The Taking Of Namur, By The King Of Great Britain
Matthew Prior
Torrents swell the low Mehayne? The World will say, he durst not pass. Why will no Hyades appear, DRate it:

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An Essay on Man in Four Epistles: Epistle 1
Alexander Pope
But vindicate the ways of God to man.I. Say first, of God above, or man below, What canRate it:

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An Invite, to Eternity
John Clare
Wilt thou go with me, sweet maid, Say, maiden, wilt thou go with me Through the valley-depths of shade, Of night and dark obscurity; Where the path...Rate it:

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An Ode to the Queen on Her Jubilee Year
William Topaz McGonagall
has been a good Queen, which no one dare gainsay, And I hope God will protect her for many a day; MRate it:

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Andrea del Sarto
Robert Browning
things should be-- Behold Madonna!--I am bold to say. I can do with my pencil what I know, What I sRate it:

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Annie Marshall the Foundling
William Topaz McGonagall
poor girl was in a dilemma, she knew not what to say, And owing to Matthew training her, she couldnRate it:

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Anthony Findlay
Edgar Lee Masters
of every nation Than surrender its wealth, I say of a man 'tis worse to lose Money than friends. AnRate it:

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Antony Villa
Henry Lawson
never seem to venture near them, And the bailiff says they seldom have a cup of tea to cheer them. Rate it:

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Arithmetic
Carl Sandburg
somebody offers you five six seven and you say No no no and you say Nay nay nay and you sayRate it:

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Armistice: To His Dead Cobber From The Sentimental Bloke
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Thinkin' strange, crooked thorts of 'ow they say: 'The 'eads is bowed thro' all a continent'; AnRate it:

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Astrophel and Stella: XCII
Sir Philip Sidney
I demand of Phœnix Stella's state, You say, forsooth, you left her well of late: O GodRate it:

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Autumn
Christina Georgina Rossetti
wane, Long miles away from me. Perhaps they say: ‘She grieves, Uplifted, like a beacon, on her Rate it:

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Away
James Whitcomb Riley
I cannot say, and I will not say That he is dead--. He is just away! With a cheery smile, and a wave of the hand He has wandered into an unknown l...Rate it:

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Ballad of Army Pay
Frederick William (FW) Harvey
if you want a man to do a dangerous job : — Say, swim the Channel, climb St. Paul's, or break Rate it:

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Ballades IV - Of Life
Andrew Lang
SAY, fair maids, maying In gardens green, In deep dells straying, What end hath been Two Mays between Of the flowers that shone And your...Rate it:

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Bedbooks
Franklin P. Adams
verses. A grain of-ought I mention names And say whence sleep may be inspired? Is it the thing to Rate it:

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Beppo, A Venetian Story
George Gordon Lord Byron
Of Phlegethon with every mother's son, Nor say one Mass to cool the Caldron's bubble That boil'dRate it:

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Billy's Alphabetical Animal Show
James Whitcomb Riley
crape. B was a boastful old Bear Who used to say,--'Hoomh! I declare I can eat--if you'll get me TRate it:

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Blokes
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
kind. 'A healthy, manly sport.' That's wot 'Erb says. You ought to see his form on football days: Rate it:

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Bokardo
Edwin Arlington Robinson
So don’t be a beast. Few men with a mind will say, Thinking twice, that they can pay Half their Rate it:

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Bourke
Henry Lawson
and their speech was rough— You’d only need to say of one—‘He was my mate!’ that was enough. To hinRate it:

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By the Window
Edward Dowden
sways and swarms. Shall such an one say, ‘Thus ’tis proved a dream, And no hand beckonedRate it:

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Careers
Robert Graves
poet     That ever lived anywhere. You say you’re going to write great music—     I chose that fRate it:

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