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A Watch In The Night
Algernon Charles Swinburne
for two hundred years. Once I had honour, they say; But slumber is sweeter than tears. France, wRate it:

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A Wayfaring Song
Henry Van Dyke
end o' the day- A friend who knows, and dares to say, The brave, sweet words that cheer the way WheRate it:

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A Wayside Cross
Frederick George Scott
cross at set of day Unto my sprit thus did say— "O soul, my branching arms you see Point four ways Rate it:

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A Wedding March
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
of your universe; And thus armed stand forth and say, ``All is nought but Cynthia.'' Clash your cyRate it:

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A Wedding-Song
John White Chadwick
wedding-day; But once, methinks, I heard a poet say, The sweetest songs remain for aye unsung. So mRate it:

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A Welcome
Ambrose Bierce
grand, Because to cheat the ignorant you say The thing that's not, elated still to sway The crass Rate it:

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A Wet Season
Ambrose Bierce
O, To be aquatic! We're worms, men say, o' the dust, and they That faith are firm of. O, then, be jRate it:

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A Whipper-In
Ambrose Bierce
sings To charm away the scruples of the mind. It says: 'Receive me, please; I'll not compel' ThoughRate it:

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A Whole New Chapter
Nikhil Parekh
And still some of you had the guts to say that each new day was fretfully boring; each new day haRate it:

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A Wish in Time
Michael J Kordus
things happen in their own time and we have no say in it.Rate it:

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A Woman homer Sung
William Butler Yeats
such a pitch my thought That coming time can say, 'He shadowed in a glass What thing her body was.'Rate it:

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A Woman Young And Old
William Butler Yeats
AND CHILD SHE hears me strike the board and say That she is under ban Of all good men and women, BeRate it:

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A Woman's Complaint
Anonymous Americas
may be when your eyes look into mine You only say, 'How dear she is to me!' Oh, could I read it in Rate it:

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A Woman's Farewell
Arthur Henry Adams
all will be well! My lips on yours for ever! Say again You love me—though it be not true—and thRate it:

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A Woman's Mood
Jenning Carmichael
smile, And the ring of the words you used to say; I could almost deem the pain worth while, TRate it:

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A Woman's Mood
Arthur Bayldon
smile, And the ring of the words you used to say; I could almost deem the pain worth while, Rate it:

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A Woman's Reason
Gelett Burgess
I'm Sure every Word that you say is Absurd; I Say it's All Gummidge and Twaddle; You may Argue away till the 19th of May, But I do...Rate it:

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A Woman's Way
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
looks dead pale. She ain't got much to say ('Er few poor bits uv luggage make no load) She smiles Rate it:

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A Word to Texas Jack
Henry Lawson
to laces like we put in blucher boots. And yer say yer death on Injins! We’ve got somethin’in yerRate it:

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A Word To The 'Elect'
Anne Brontë
of love And are your bosoms warm with charity? Say, does your heart expand to all mankind? And, wRate it:

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A Word To The Calvinists
Anne Brontë
of love And are your bosoms warm with charity? Say does your heart expand to all mankind And woulRate it:

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A Word To The Unwise
Ambrose Bierce
will it give your glory length of days? Say, when beneath your rubbish has been thrown, Some rogueRate it:

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A Working Party
Siegfried Sassoon
decent chap Who did his work and hadn't much to say, And always laughed at other people's jokes Rate it:

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A World Without A Face
Kenneth R. Jenkins
to see That smile of yours. No lips No lips to say how I feel. Imagine if you will A world A worldRate it:

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A Year's Carols
Algernon Charles Swinburne
seems to part And sweeten till each word they say Is even a flower of flowering May. JUNE Strong JRate it:

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