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'The Frost-King' Song 1
Louisa May Alcott
flowers Forth alone to die, Where your gentle sisters may not weep O'er the cold graves where yoRate it:

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...................little sister.....is gone....................
Akira Anderson
my kneees hoping someone will hear my plee ' big sisters go first'... that why i will always watcRate it:

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10 Foot "X" 5 Foot Corpse.
Nikhil Parekh
You might salaciously sell your mother and sisters in exchange of a few mountains of currency coiRate it:

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A 'Scion Of Nobility'
Ambrose Bierce
Come, sisters, weep!-our Baron dear, Alas! has run away. If always we had kept him here He had not gone astray. Painter and grainer it were vain T...Rate it:

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A Ballad for Elderly Kids
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
big brother Bill, Its uncles and cousins, and sisters in dozens, Louisa and 'Liza and Lill. Now, JRate it:

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A Birthday
Frederick George Scott
were they. 10 We saw not the thread which the sisters spun, Ah, well a day; ah, well a day; NoRate it:

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A Christmas Memory
James Whitcomb Riley
me! My Ma an' my A'nty they 'Uz each-uvver's sisters. Pa-- A'nty telled me, th' other day,-- He coRate it:

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A City Of Culture.
Liam Ó Comáin
of our past by acting akin to Brothers and sisters as our source ordained. For you are the rose oRate it:

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A Dialogue between Old England and New
Anne Bradstreet
who knows how near? 83 Famine and Plague, two sisters of the Sword, 84 Destruction to a Land doRate it:

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A Jewish Family In A Small Valley Opposite St. Goar, Upon The Rhine
William Wordsworth
knee, Nor of her arms ashamed. Two lovely Sisters, still and sweet As flowers, stand side by side;Rate it:

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A Lost Opportunity
Robert Fuller Murray
not helped them over the ground. The girls were sisters. Both were fair, But mine was the fairer (Rate it:

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A Memory
John Greenleaf Whittier
thee; And, strangers all, we felt the ties Of sisters and of brothers; Ah! whose of all those kindRate it:

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A Summer In Tuscany
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
laughing On your side of the hedge. How many sisters and brothers, Lucy, then did you own? HarrietRate it:

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A Tale of Christmas Eve
William Topaz McGonagall
moan, When he thought of his hungry brother and sisters at home. Alas! The poor boy was afraid toRate it:

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A Wayward Rose
Dora Sigerson Shorter
I not weave thee nor fold thee In with thy sisters to staying? Vain is my passion or praying, Rose Rate it:

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A Worm Will Turn
William Schwenck Gilbert
- His uncles forged - his aunts eloped - His sisters married blacks. But BERNARD, far from murmuriRate it:

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Abishag
Rainer Maria Rilke
of longing fears. As they had been the sisters of the child The stars trembled, and fragrance seaRate it:

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Acrostic : Georgiana Augusta Keats
John Keats
incense in their laurel shade To all the regent sisters of the Nine As this poor offering to you, sRate it:

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Amelia Jane
David McKee Wright
loves, she says, to make the lives of her poorer sisters bright. Amelia Jane has a hardened heart:Rate it:

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Amen
Christina Georgina Rossetti
You and I are used to go.' So these two fair sisters Went with innocent will Up the hill and downRate it:

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America
William Cullen Bryant
brighten, and thy form shall tower; And when thy sisters, elder born, Would brand thy name with woRate it:

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An Address to Poetry
Helen Maria Williams
my trembling soul? VIII. Plunge me, foul sisters! in the gloom Ye wrap around yon blasted heath:Rate it:

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An Appeal to My Countywomen
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
your own doors. Have ye not, oh, my favored sisters, Just a plea, a prayer or a tear, For motheRate it:

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An Epistle Addressed To Sir Thomas Hanmer, On His Edition Of Shakspeare's Works
William Taylor Collins
remov'd, with wit secure to please, The comic Sisters kept their native ease; With jealous fear, Rate it:

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An EPISTLE from Alexander to Hephaestion In His Sickness
Anne Kingsmill Finch
of her unguarded Face; When the beauteous Sisters lowly knelt, And su'd to those, who more than PRate it:

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