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A Letter Written For My Son To A Young Gentleman
Mary Barber
roam, Can you forget your Friends at Home? Say, will your Tutors give you Time To write to HeretickRate it:

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A Letter Written From London To Mrs. Strangeways Hornet
Mary Barber
Say, my Hortensia, in this silent Hour, When the pale Queen of Night exerts her Pow'r, What Guardian--Angels on thy Slumbers wait, To paint the Glo...Rate it:

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A life on the ocean wave
Epes Sargent
frown; But with a stout vessel and crew, We'll say, Let the storm come down! And the song of our heRate it:

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A Life's Story
Edith Nesbit
wake again, And 'To-day he comes,' I shall say. Rate it:

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A Likely Lad
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
many a river (The McIntyre at Yetman, let us say) Since first you set ethereal waves a-quiver With Rate it:

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A Line-Storm Song
Robert Frost
be my love in the rain. The birds have less to say for themselves In the wood-world’s torn despaRate it:

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A Litany
Algernon Charles Swinburne
God. NINTH ANTIPHONE. In that hour thou shalt say to the night, Come down and cover us; To the cloRate it:

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A little boy's disguise
Sheila King
I look up to my daddy; I reach and want to say: “Walk carefully through life, Daddy, I’m right behiRate it:

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A Little Mistake
Henry Lawson
their language that day, I am sorry to say, Mostly consisted of ‘plurry.’ The constable heard, anRate it:

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A little road not made man
Emily Dickinson
town it have, beyond itself, 'T is that I cannot say; I only sigh,--no vehicle Bears me along that Rate it:

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A Living Picture
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
No, I'll not say your name. I have said it now, As you mine, first in childish treble, then Up through a score and more familiar years Till baby...Rate it:

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A Liz Town Humorist
James Whitcomb Riley
the Mudsock tribe No use tryin' to describe! And says Doc, he says, says he--, 'Talkin' 'bout good Rate it:

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A Lonely Man
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
the broodin' isn't good. It's never good, the sayin' is, for man to live alone. But 'tain't becausRate it:

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A Lost Chance
James Brunton Stephens
times like seed upon the earth! Who shall say I am not justified who curse my day of birth? To havRate it:

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A Lost Opportunity
Robert Fuller Murray
Both were fair, But mine was the fairer (so I say). The dark soon severed us, pair from pair, And nRate it:

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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 Love Letter
Paul Laurence Dunbar
heaht is bubblin' ovah wid de t'ings I want to say; Oh, my; oh, my. An' dey's lots of folks to copyRate it:

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A Love Letter to Her Husband
Anne Bradstreet
the torrent of these streams. Tell him I would say more, but cannot well, Opressed minds abruptedRate it:

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A Love Song
David Herbert Lawrence
Reject me not if I should say to you I do forget the sounding of your voice, I do forget your eyes that searching through The mists perceive ou...Rate it:

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A Lover's Confession
Robert Fuller Murray
which belong to me? There is a danger. Until, I say, the perfect love, The last, the best, Like flRate it:

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A Lovers' Quarrel
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
as a woman may To find what her lover will do or say. But he met my smiles with a sullen frown, ARate it:

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A Lyric Day
Robert William Service
every day could be like this! Why die, say I? Let us live on In lyric world of song and shine, WitRate it:

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A Maiden's Secret
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
my eyes from the morning glories. Grandmother says that I must not believe A word men say, for thRate it:

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A Man Young And Old
William Butler Yeats
women take so little stock In what I do or say They'd sooner leave their cosseting To hear a jackasRate it:

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A Man Young And Old: IX. The Secrets Of The Old
William Butler Yeats
to-day Can know the stories that we know Or say the things we say: How such a man pleased women moRate it:

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