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A Love Letter
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
you! ... I really don't know what more I can say. But, lest you may Consider this epistle too brieRate it:

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A SONG WRITTEN BY THE EARL OF SURREY
Henry Howard
before, still seeking for a make, As who would say, 'There is none here, I trow, will me forsake', Rate it:

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A Soul in Prison
Augusta Davies Webster
"Oh, my guide, I find no ledges: help me: say at least where they are placed, that I may know to Rate it:

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Amours de Voyage, Canto V
Arthur Hugh Clough
at Florence before you; Wrote from Milan to say so; had left directly for Milan, Hoping to find uRate it:

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An Island
Edwin Arlington Robinson
he goes, but he’ll come back— Ha? But he will, I say … Il reviendra-z-à Pâques, Ou à la Trinité …Rate it:

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Arboriculture
Ambrose Bierce
You may say they won't grow, and say they'll decay- Say it again till you're sick of the say, Get up on your ear, blow your blaring bazoo And hire ...Rate it:

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Ben Jonson Entertains a Man from Stratford
Edwin Arlington Robinson
have him riding back To be a farrier there, or say a dyer; Or maybe one of your adept surveyors; Rate it:

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Do You Think That I Do Not Know?
Henry Lawson
They say that I never have written of love, As a writer of songs should do; They say that I never could touch the strings With a touch that is f...Rate it:

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Joi, The Glug
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
know the Glugs quite well by sight. And they say, 'Our test is the best by far; For a Glug is a GluRate it:

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Lazarus
Edwin Arlington Robinson
make him look at you; And even if he should say that we are nothing, To know that you have heard Rate it:

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Marjorie’s Wooing
Emma Lazarus
Marjorie, if you knew all, Would you still say me the words that you say?' 'If I knew all?' said tRate it:

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Merlin
Edwin Arlington Robinson
long. Gawaine, this afternoon, Fearing he might say more to Lancelot Of Merlin’s rumor-laden resuRate it:

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Number 3 on the Docket
Amy Lowell
lawyer, are you? Well! I ain't got nothin' to say. Nothin'! I told the perlice I hadn't nothin'. ThRate it:

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Part III: Credat Judaeus Apella
Adam Lindsay Gordon
she's a sticker, But 'credat Judaeus Apella,' say I. There's old Volunteer, I'd be sorry to sneerRate it:

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Preface to Hunting of the Snark
Lewis Carroll
``furious''. Make up your mind that you will say both words, but leave it unsettled which youRate it:

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Song Of Parting
James Whitcomb Riley
Say farewell, and let me go; Shatter every vow! All the future can bestow Will be welcome now! And if this fair hand I touch I have worshipped over...Rate it:

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The Black Knight's Song
Sir Walter Scott
of Wycombe forth, And where was the widow might say them nay? The first was a knight, and from TRate it:

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The Brus Book 18
John Barbour
he tuk the way, And quhen Richard of Clar hard say That he come with sa few menye All that he myRate it:

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The Captain's Wife
Sydney Thompson Dobell
I do not say the day is long and weary, For while thou art content to be away, Living in thee, oh Love, I live thy day, And reck not if mine own be...Rate it:

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The End Of The Play
William Makepeace Thackeray
moment yet the actor stops, And looks around, to say farewell. It is an irksome word and task; And,Rate it:

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The God-Forgotten Election
Henry Lawson
and the land ye’re livin’ in. ‘I don’t say that William Blazes is a perfect out-an’ outer, ‘I donRate it:

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The House Of Dust: Part 03: 09: Cabaret
Conrad Potter Aiken
sit together and talk, or smoke in silence. You say (but use no words) 'this night is passing As otRate it:

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The Parson's Tale
Geoffrey Chaucer
*vicar Or art thou a Parson? say sooth by thy fay.* *faith Be whRate it:

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The Straying Sheep
Robert Wadsworth Lowry
roam. At the close of the day 'twill be sweet to say: "I have brought some lost one home." O who wRate it:

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Thurso’s Landing
Robinson Jeffers
my fence and you've got to fix it.' 'You don't say,' He said laughing. 'Did somebody break your fenRate it:

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