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Abdul Abulbul Amir
William Percy French
philologist blokes, who seldom crack jokes, Say that hash was first made on the spot. They fought Rate it:

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Kurt Philip Behm
reclaim thoughts that have gone How do you say something you can’t How do you breathe new lifRate it:

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Abide and Abide and Better Abide
Sir Thomas Wyatt
the happy day; And ever my lady to me doth say, "Let me alone and I will provide." I abidRate it:

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Abraham Davenport
John Greenleaf Whittier
therefore, with all reverence, I would say, Let God do His work, we will see to ours. Bring in the Rate it:

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Abraham’s Sacrifice
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
his lips and bright eyes gone. Once did he say, on their toilsome way, “Father, no victim is nearRate it:

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Edith Nesbit
the priest's duty bade him seek her out And say, 'My child, why dost thou sit apart? Hast thou soRate it:

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Abt Vogler
Robert Browning
as it shall be anon; And what is,--shall I say, matched both? for I was made perfect too. ARate it:

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Abt Volger
Robert Browning
as it shall be anon; And what is,--- shall I say, matched both? for I was made perfect too. All Rate it:

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Abu Midjan
Archibald Lampman
in wonder and compassion, Had not heart to say him nay; So, with Saad's horse and armour, Abu MidjaRate it:

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Acon and Rhodope
Walter Savage Landor
at this Smiled, for he said not what he meant to say, And thought not of its bliss, but of its end.Rate it:

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Acquainted with the Night
Robert Frost
from another street, But not to call me back or say good-bye; And further still at an unearthly heRate it:

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Across the Sea Along the Shore
Arthur Hugh Clough
to rave; Whence is it he hath learned to speak? Say, who his doctrine gave? A prophet? Prophet wherRate it:

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Ad Comitissam Rutlandiæ
Francis Beaumont
not at me, 'Tis something to you gladly I would say; But how to do't I cannot find the way. I wouldRate it:

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Ad Fabullium. Catul. Lib. I. Ep. 13.
Richard Lovelace
all sorts of drollery, These if thou bringst (I say) along with thee, You shall feed highly, friendRate it:

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Ad Lesbiam, Cat. Ep. 73
Richard Lovelace
me alone you lov'd, you once did say, Nor should I to the king of gods give way. Then I lov'd thee Rate it:

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Adam: A Sacred Drama. Act 3.
William Cowper
sight, He rears his watery locks, and seems to say, Gay with a gurgling smile, 'Follow! ah, follow Rate it:

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Addiction (Explicit Content)
Jesse Cochran
shit I’ll rip out your fucking teeth! Yet you say that I have a fucking addiction myself; I may havRate it:

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Address Delivered At The Opening Of The New Theatre At Richmond
Henry Timrod
every crag of Switzerland sublime! And say to those whose feeble souls would lean, Not on themselveRate it:

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Address to a mother fucker
Joseph Mark Ippolito
might have done the same No jig-poke now I say things clear Saying as it is right here Where hope Rate it:

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Address to the Devil
Robert Burns
thou lurks. 25 I've heard my rev'rend graunie say, 26 In lanely glens ye like to stray; 27 ORate it:

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Address ToThe Devil
Robert Burns
thou lurks. I've heard my rev'rend graunie say, In lanely glens ye like to stray; Or whare auld ruiRate it:

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Address, Spoken At The Opening Of Drury-Lane Theatre. Saturday, October 10, 1812
George Gordon Lord Byron
'd the Muse's realm, and mark'd her fall; Say - shall this new, nor less aspiring pile, Rear'd wherRate it:

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Thomas Campbell
him that's dead, or false to me." "Nay! say not that his faith is tainted!"- He raiseRate it:

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Elizabeth Barrett Browning
of God in, with rebellious wills ! We cannot say the morning-sun fulfils Ingloriously its course, nRate it:

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Dante Gabriel Rossetti
WAVING whispering trees, What do you say to the breeze And what says the breeze to you? 'Mid passing souls ill at ease, Moving murmuring trees,...Rate it:

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