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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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Flesh and the Spirit, The
Anne Bradstreet
by the Banks of Lacrim flood, I heard two sisters reason on Things that are past and things to coRate it:

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Flowers, Dear Flowers, Farewell!
Louisa May Alcott
flowers, Forth alone to die, Where your gentle sisters may not weep O'er the cold graves where you 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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Gipsy
Robert William Service
wistfully I gaze outside To where their sisters yearn; Their blowzy crimson cups afire, Their lips Rate it:

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God's ultimate creations
Deborrah Ann Stenberg
love and compassion. Aunts, uncles, cousins, sisters, brothers, nieces, nephews, and everyone elsRate it:

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Godolphin Horne
Hilaire Belloc
the Human Race in Scorn, And lived with all his Sisters where His father lived, in Berkeley Square.Rate it:

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Goldilocks And Goldilocks
William Morris
wheat was little dearth. There stood his sisters by the quern, For the high-noon cakes they needs Rate it:

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Good-Night In War-Time
Sydney Thompson Dobell
shoulder, and methinks beneath the moon Those sisters, Anglia and Caledon, Lean towards each other.Rate it:

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Graves of the Confederate Dead
Henry Timrod
keep in trust your storied tombs, Behold! your sisters bring their tears, And these memorial bloomsRate it:

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Hail! Master Death!
Edgar Lee Masters
pauper's children peak and pine! Enough! our sisters laughing stir The prescient worm, which scenRate it:

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Head Against The Walls
Paul Eluard
strength than the belly Of your wives and sisters And we will reproduce Without them but by ax stroRate 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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Her Immortality
Thomas Hardy
My children mothers she. My brethren, sisters, and my friends Care not to meet mRate it:

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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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Holy Fair, The
Robert Burns
Fu' gay that day. 19 The twa appear'd like sisters twin 20 In feature, form, an' claes;Rate it:

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Homage to Hieronymus Bosch
Thomas MacGreevy
joined in a stomach dance with his brothers and sisters. Being a multitude, they danced irregularlyRate it:

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Hope and Despair
Lascelles Abercrombie
Said God, 'You sisters, ere ye go Down among men, my work to do, I will on each a badge bestow: Hope I love best, and gold for her, Yet a silver gl...Rate it:

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Hospital Duties
Anonymous Americas
ones run to caress you, And the wives and the sisters cry hail! But e'en if you drop down unheeded,Rate it:

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How Fair Cinderella Disposed Of Her Shoe
Guy Wetmore Carryl
fitted out Regardless of expense, Made both her sisters look about Like thirty-seven cents! The priRate 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 Man
Algernon Charles Swinburne
it man? The word of the earth to the spheres her sisters, the note of her song, The sound of her spRate 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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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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Hymne Des Transportés (Hymn Of The Transported)
Victor Marie Hugo
cottages; Winds passing,—on weary knees Mothers, sisters, weep there day and night! Winds, tell theRate it:

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