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The Psalter
La Fontaine
convent near his dwelling lay; And, 'mong the sisters, one his person saw, Who, by her eyes, would Rate it:

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The Wood-Nymph
Arthur Symons
leaves that cover me, to you I mourn, My sisters, my more happy sisters, ye Rustle, rustle in the sRate it:

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Daughters Of War
Isaac Rosenberg
of a thought, Essenced to language thus 'My sisters force their males From the doomed earth, from Rate it:

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Envy And Avarice
Victor Marie Hugo
sullen, sulky silence wended; For, though twin sisters, these two charming creatures, Rivals in hiRate it:

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How It Happened
James Whitcomb Riley
her parents dead and gone-- And all her sisters married off, and none but her and John A-livin' allRate it:

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Hymn of The Dunkers
John Greenleaf Whittier
(1738) SISTER MARIA CHRISTINA sings Wake, sisters, wake! the day-star shines; Above Ephrata's easRate it:

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Sister Girl
Kenneth R. Jenkins
the end No matter what No matter how, We are sisters to the very end End of good times, Sad tiRate it:

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Son Of The Evening Star, The
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
silent, dreamy maiden, Was the fairest of the sisters. "All these women married warriors, MarRate it:

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The Reiver's Wedding
Sir Walter Scott
was worth them a'. Her father's pranked her sisters twa With meikle joy and pride; But Margaret maRate it:

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The Son Of The Evening Star
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
silent, dreamy maiden, Was the fairest of the sisters. "All these women married warriors, MarRate it:

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The Song Of Hiawatha XII: The Son Of The Evening Star
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
silent, dreamy maiden, Was the fairest of the sisters. 'All these women married warriors, MarriedRate it:

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The Soul's Quest
Frederick George Scott
nuns was so strange and sweet. 'Here with the sisters let me dwell, 55 Under these walls, in the lRate it:

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The Spectacles
La Fontaine
to hold to publick view, And, 'mong the sisters, scene and scene pursue. Is this too much?--the nicRate it:

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The Teares of the Muses
Edmund Spenser
Rehearse to me ye sacred Sisters nine: The golden brood of great Apolloes wit, Those piteous plaints and sorrowful sad tine, Which late ye powred f...Rate 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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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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Benedetta Minelli
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
feet from falling kept, mine eyes from tears. Sisters, draw near. Hear my last words serene: WheRate it:

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Captain Reece
William Schwenck Gilbert
and a niece, A Ma, if what I'm told is true, Six sisters, and an aunt or two. "Now, somehow, sir, Rate it:

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Childhood Memory
Georg Trakl
of the honey-bees wavers off. In the garden the sisters' voices whisper - There the boy listens iRate it:

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Drowned at Sea
Henry Kendall
near and far! — Oh, the sobs for dear dead sisters perished in the lost Dunbar! — Ye ruthless, unsaRate it:

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Exhortation: Summer 1919
Claude McKay
fills the western skies. O my brothers and my sisters, wake! arise! For the new birth rends the oRate it:

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Femmes Damnées
Charles Baudelaire
the green bark of young trees. Others, like Sisters, walk, gravely and slow, among the rocks, full Rate it:

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Fire, Famine, And Slaughter : A War Eclogue
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
to her enter Fire and Slaughter. Fam. Sister! sisters! who sent you here? Slau. [to Fire.] I will Rate it:

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Fragments
Louisa May Alcott
my fingers at a foeman's taunts. And so do his sisters, and his cousins, and his aunts His sistersRate it:

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Helian
Georg Trakl
of blueish water Or in a cold night the sisters’ white cheeks. In quiet and harmony we walk alongRate it:

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