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Hiawatha's Photographing
Lewis Carroll
failed completely. So in turn the other sisters. Last, the youngest son was taken: Very rough aRate it:

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Hymn To Woden
William Lisle Bowles
with many a Runic rhyme; By the 'weird sisters' dread, That, posting through the battle red, ChooseRate it:

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Julia, or the Convent of St. Claire
Amelia Opie
ground, Reechoed once to pious strains By holy sisters breathed around. There many a noble virgin Rate it:

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Lycidas
John Milton
of some melodious tear. Begin, then, Sisters of the sacred well That from beneath the seatRate it:

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Merope
Henry Kendall
wastes—in the face of the splendid Six of the sisters—the star-dowered sisters ineffably bright, MeRate it:

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Nancy Knapp
Edgar Lee Masters
with what he inherited, And his brothers and sisters accused him of poisoning His fathers mind agaiRate it:

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Now List To My Morning's Romanza
Walt Whitman
reminiscences, parents, brothers and sisters, associations, employment, politics, so that Rate it:

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Perkin Warbeck
Lord Alfred Douglas
in a weaver's bed ; My brothers toiled and my sisters spun, And my mother wove for our bread. v IRate it:

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Sing Me A Song
Christina Georgina Rossetti
me a song - What shall I sing? - Three merry sisters Dancing in a ring, Light and fleet upon thRate it:

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Sweet Wild April
William Force Stead
April Came down the lea, Dancing along With his sisters three: Carnation, and Rose, And tall Lily. Rate it:

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The Angels of Buena Vista
John Greenleaf Whittier
fall, O'er the dying rush the living: pray, my sisters, for them all! 'Lo! the wind the smoke is lRate it:

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The Bay Of Seven Islands
John Greenleaf Whittier
behind On mountains dim-defined. And there twin sisters, fair and young, Laughed with their strangRate it:

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The Child's Funeral
William Cullen Bryant
mother wept as mothers use to weep, Two little sisters wearied them to tell When their dear Carlo wRate it:

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The Convent Gardener Of Lamporechio
La Fontaine
made the convent-walls with din resound. Eight sisters and an abbess held the place, And strange toRate it:

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The Descent Of The Muses
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Nine sisters, beautiful in form and face, Came from their convent on the shining heights Of Pierus, the mountain of delights, To dwell among the pe...Rate it:

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The Picture
La Fontaine
was thought a prudent friend, Who might to sisters many comforts lend; Was always closely shaved anRate it:

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The Women of the Town
Henry Lawson
God help her! does the woman of the town. O my sisters, O my sisters, I am powerless to aid; ’TisRate it:

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To Delaware
John Greenleaf Whittier
THRICE welcome to thy sisters of the East, To the strong tillers of a rugged home, With spray-wet locks to Northern winds released, And hardy feet ...Rate it:

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To The Next One
Marina Ivanovna Tsvetaeva
Tender caresses of kind little sisters Are ready for you. With the birds' songs, O the charmed prince, We're waiting for you. Branch drunk with sun...Rate it:

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An Ode in Blessed Memory
Mikhail Vasilyevich Lomonosov
I see Pindus down below me? I hear the pristine sisters' songs! With flame Permessian I burn, I strRate it:

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As I Sat Alone By Blue Ontario's Shores
Walt Whitman
sinful in ourselves only. (O mother! O sisters dear! If we are lost, no victor else haRate it:

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Beloved Land
Ehsan Sehgal
inhabitants of it I consider as my children, Sisters and brothers Regardless of all distinctions SuRate it:

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By The Waters Of Babylon
Christina Georgina Rossetti
have led our own away; Our daughters and our sisters and our wives Sore weeping as they weep who cuRate it:

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Maud Muller
John Greenleaf Whittier
quiet and loving words." But he thought of his sisters, proud and cold, And his mother, vain of Rate it:

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Ode On The Istallation of the Duke of Devonshire
Charles Kingsley
waits the merrier faces Of those your wittier sisters three, O'er jest and dance and song who stillRate it:

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