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A Fable
William Cowper
the genial day; 'Twas April, as the bumpkins say, The legislature call'd it May. But suddenly a winRate it:

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A Fable
Jane Taylor
and essence bring to light ; But you, they say, by some mysterious arts, Reduce all substances to sRate it:

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A Fable
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
and despise her. This, and more, I am told they say, And I think that the only proper way Is never Rate it:

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A Fable For Critics
James Russell Lowell
thing that will live and will die a log,- Not to say that the thought would forever intrude That yoRate it:

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A Fair Spin
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Righto! I'll give the game a go. They say I should be circumspect; but I don't care a hang. I'll bang The cows in slang . . 'Ere! Wot's the game? ...Rate it:

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A Fair Warning
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Let 'em come, by gum! That's all I say. Let me see one of 'em up this way, With their sacks a-back an' their walkin' boots Low neck, short-panted...Rate it:

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A Fairly Sad Tale
Dorothy Parker
lads I've met in Cupid's deadlock Were- shall we say?- born out of wedlock. They broke my heart, thRate it:

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A Fallen Yew
Francis Thompson
dull wood of every day To this and that, men say. Never! -To Hades' shadowy shipyards gone, Dim baRate it:

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A False Prophecy
Ambrose Bierce
coffee comes and the three-cornered nut), They say that you're imperially ill, And threatened with Rate it:

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A Fantasy of War
Henry Lawson
Australia . OH, tell me, God of Battles! Oh, say what is to come! The King is in his trenches, the Rate it:

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A Farewell
William Wordsworth
being loved, in love no bounds dost know, And say'st, when we forsake thee, 'Let them go!' Thou easRate it:

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A Farewell
Charlotte Mary Mew
clay-- Not wantonly, but wisely, shall we say? As one who, haply, tunes his heart anew. Only I Rate it:

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A Farewell
Coventry Patmore
Go thou to East, I West. We will not say There 's any hope, it is so far away. But, O, my Best,Rate it:

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A Farewell To Youth
Alfred Austin
Ere that I say farewell to youth, and take The homely road that leads to life's decline, Let me be sure again I shall not pine To taste the bliss y...Rate it:

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A Farmhouse Dirge
Alfred Austin
a flood, and not a spring, whatever in grief we say; And perhaps her woe, should she see me alone, Rate it:

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A Fatherless Child
Kevin Ryan Murray
I used to be scared You never called, just to say hi Not even to say goodbye Years and Years passRate it:

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A Feel In The Chris'mas-Air
James Whitcomb Riley
kind o' feel in the air! They's a _feel_, as I say, in the air that's jest As blame-don sad as sweRate it:

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A Few Remarks on Goats, Asses and the Dead Hand
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
more inate perspicacity Than you - that is to say, us. Nay, grasp not at the seeming audacity Of tRate it:

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A Few Short Years From Now
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
Say, art thou angry? words unkind Have fallen upon thine ear, Thy spirit hath been wounded too By mocking jest or sneer, But mind it not—relax at o...Rate it:

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A Figurative Description Of The Procedure Of Divine Love
William Cowper
me in my lost estate-- Have I sinned? Oh, say wherein; Tell me, and forgive my sin! King, and Lord,Rate it:

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A Florida Night
Paul Laurence Dunbar
in a little slow. Watermelon smilin' as it say, 'I' s free;' Alligator boomin', but I let him be, FRate it:

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A Flower Garden At Coleorton Hall, Leicestershire.
William Wordsworth
close the peaceful lives of flowers? Say, when the 'moving' creatures saw All kinds commingled witRate it:

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A Fond Kiss
Robert Burns
sighs and groans I'll wage thee. Who shall say that Fortune grieves him, While the star of hope sheRate it:

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A Fool
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
slight mistakes (I fancy he'd say ‘wrongs’) Whereby his order suffered. So he wonders: ‘Cannot we cRate it:

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A Fool
Ambrose Bierce
Says Anderson, Theosophist: 'Among the many that exist In modern halls, Some lived in ancient Egypt's clime And in their childhood saw the prime Of...Rate it:

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