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Even after all these years
Sheila King
tell me that you love me, yet, some things you say are mean You always says that I am wrong with ciRate it:

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Félise
Algernon Charles Swinburne
year, Félise? Who knows what word were best to say? For last year’s leaves lie dead and red On thiRate it:

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Freedom 2
Devil Poet
You just say You want to live But not like a machine not like a digit not like things. You just say You want to live like a humanbeing You say, Y...Rate it:

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From A German War Primer
Bertolt Brecht
order is already written out. THOSE AT THE TOP SAY: PEACE AND WAR Are of different substance. ButRate it:

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Gipsy Too
Henry Lawson
the landlord lit the lamp, They would grin and say in their country way, ‘Oh! he’s down at the GipsRate it:

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Homage to Hieronymus Bosch
Thomas MacGreevy
like bullets,     Upwards, past his spectacles Say nothing, I say, say nothing, say nothing! And heRate it:

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How It Happened
James Whitcomb Riley
pack-- An old maid, with her hands, you might say, tied behind her back! And Mother, too, afore sheRate it:

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Iambicum Trimetrum
Edmund Spenser
tell her, I can hear no mirth. Asked why? say: waking love suffereth no sleep: Say that raging loveRate it:

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If I should die
Benjamin Franklin King
And you should come to my cold corpse and say, 3 Weeping and heartsick o'er my lifelRate it:

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Jenny Kissed Me
James Henry Leigh Hunt
love to get Sweets into your list, put that in! Say I'm weary, say I'm sad, Say that health and weaRate it:

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John Gorham
Edwin Arlington Robinson
faces in the moonlight Are a sign for me to say again a word that you forgot.”— “I’m over here tRate it:

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Lines Addressed to Miss Theodora Jane Cowper, On Himself
William Cowper
youth, His modesty was such, That one might say, to say the truth, He rather had too much. Some saRate it:

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Lines To Fanny
John Keats
ago, my brilliant Queen! Touch has a memory. O say, love, say, What can I do to kill it and be frRate it:

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Little-Girl-Two-Little-Girls
James Whitcomb Riley
I'm twins, I guess, 'cause my Ma say I'm two little girls. An' one o' me Is _Good_ little girl; an' th'other 'n' she Is _Bad little girl as she can...Rate it:

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Lost Mr. Blake
William Schwenck Gilbert
class as ecclesiastical hawks; He used to say that he would no more think of interfering with his Rate it:

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Love Elegy, to Laura
Amelia Opie
power to wound my aching bosom feels? Say not, "That gentle voice was formed for love," Nor in hisRate it:

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Macbreath
Andrew Barton Paterson
appears.) What's this? A vision! Thou canst not say I did it! Never shake Thy gory locks at me. RunRate it:

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Margaret Of Cortona
Edith Wharton
Fra Paolo, since they say the end is near, And you of all men have the gentlest eyes, Most like our father Francis; since you know How I have toile...Rate it:

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Marie Louise
William Henry Drummond
she play Lak college professor, de pries' is say Till de place it was crowd nearly ev'ry day. Ole Rate it:

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Mine Own John Poynz
Sir Thomas Wyatt
for hunger of the gold Call him Alexander; and say that Pan Passeth Apollo in music many fold; PraiRate it:

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Mine Own John Poynz
David McKee Wright
for hunger of the gold Call him Alexander; and say that Pan Passeth Apollo in music many fold; PraiRate it:

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Mistinguette
Robert William Service
and glove, Until he came with smiling grace To say: 'We must be wise, my dear. You are the idol of Rate it:

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Mon Frere Camille
William Henry Drummond
you be dere w'en Camille arrive I bet you will say 'W'at 's dat?' For he 's got leetle cap very lakRate it:

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Mrs Frances Haris's Petition
Jonathan Swift
I should have sunk outright. 'Lord! madam,' says Mary, 'how d'ye do?' -'Indeed,' says I, 'never woRate it:

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Nimmo
Edwin Arlington Robinson
will not forget such eyes, I think,— And you say nothing of them. Very well. I wonder if all histRate it:

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