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The Firemen's Ball
Vachel Lindsay
the firemen's ball. "'Tis the NIGHT Of doom," Say the ding-dong doom-bells. "NIGHT Of doom," Say Rate it:

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The Gentlest Lady
Dorothy Parker
They say He was a serious child, And quiet in His ways; They say the gentlest lady smiled To hear the neighbors' praise. The coffers of her heart ...Rate it:

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The Heart of the Dove
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Say, Bo, this little Yewropean war It grieves our gloryus nation to the core The vurry core of its great, strang, red heart, We're tur-ble sore: T...Rate it:

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The Klondike
Edwin Arlington Robinson
when the devil sang to find the golden river. Say the gleam was not for us, but never say we doubRate it:

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The Little Girl's Song
Sydney Thompson Dobell
move, And I seem to know what they're going to say; And every day, and all the long day, I long to Rate it:

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The Pilgrim
William Butler Yeats
what's the good of women, for all that they can say Is fol de rol de rolly O. Round Lough Derg's hRate it:

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The Pure Norwegian Flag
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
not to others guidance, Can not a Swedish word say; It never can flaunt allurement:- Clear the foreRate it:

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The Rymor and I
Joseph Mark Ippolito
he there few souls can tell A poem suffice to say Farewell one love so for another The pride of seeRate it:

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The Rymor and I...
Joseph Mark Ippolito
he there few souls can tell A poem suffice tae say Farewell one love so for another The pride of Rate it:

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The Wind And The Whirlwind
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
I have a thing to say. But how to say it? I have a cause to plead. But to what ears? How shall I move a world by lamentation, A world which heeded ...Rate it:

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Theron And Zoe
Walter Savage Landor
no less than woodland Gods, That you did say it. O how changed! no word, No look, for Theron now! Rate it:

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Tour Abroad of Wilfrid the Great
Alexander MacGregor Rose
hard-hearted, he Lif' w'at you call de hat, An' say, "Ma reine, you mus' not fret, For little t'ingRate it:

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What I Have Seen #5
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
may be he does-may be he does! I don't say he doesn't, but may be he does! I saw his candidate sipRate it:

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Yet Dish
Gertrude Stein
are getting, bad left log lope, should a court say stream, not a dare long beat a soon port. XIVRate it:

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Zaza, The Female Slave
Anonymous Americas
sea. Where the sweet Joliba, Kisses the shore, Say, shall I wander By thee never more? Where the swRate it:

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A Tongue—to tell Him I am true!
Emily Dickinson
Midnight—happened—say— If once more—Pardon—Boy— The Magnitude thou may Enlarge my Message—If too vRate it:

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A Song Of Parting
Edith Nesbit
And I, 'mid rapture and tears, found voice to say 'Farewell--my Love--to leave you is to die, I Rate it:

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Philadelphia
Rudyard Kipling
is gone, gone, gone with lost Atlantis, (Never say I didn't give you warning). In Seventeen NinetyRate it:

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Cézanne
Gertrude Stein
The Irish lady can say, that to-day is every day. Caesar can say that every day is to-day and they say that every day is as they say. In this way w...Rate it:

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A Cabin Tale
Paul Laurence Dunbar
THE YOUNG MASTER ASKS FOR A STORY Whut you say, dah? huh, uh! chile, You 's enough to dribe me wile. Want a sto'y; jes' hyeah dat! Whah' 'll I git...Rate it:

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A Letter of Advice
Winthrop Mackworth Praed
to your father and mother, My own Araminta, say 'No!' Miss Lane, at her Temple of Fashion, TaugRate it:

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A Point Of Honour
Alfred Austin
one, for mother wants to know what they have to say. There! At my breast be good and still! What quRate it:

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Alabama Song
Bertolt Brecht
we must die Oh, moon of Alabama We now must say say good-bye We've lost our good old mamma And muRate it:

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Amours de Voyage, Canto II
Arthur Hugh Clough
I. Claude to Eustace. What do the people say, and what does the government do?--you Ask, and I Rate it:

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An Echo from Africa
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
da oyster bar. Now Nicko he grinda da tooth an' say, 'Da white-a man rule, by gar!' Sammo, da sluRate it:

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