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Autumn: A Dirge
Percy Bysshe Shelley
black and gray; Let your light sisters play-- Ye, follow the bier Rate it:

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Betty
Lola Ridge
because Only Ones have to live alone while sisters stay together, Lizzie and Clara give you the dryRate it:

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Bid McCrae
Alice Guerin Crist
in scorn at passing of her feet. The gentle sisters often strove, with fond solicitude, To bring tRate it:

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Bird Nesting
Ellis Parker Butler
sudden sympathy too fine for words That we were sisters to the brooding birds And part, with them, Rate it:

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Booth's Drum [1]
Henry Lawson
took us out of Hell. And they helped our fallen sisters who went down for such as we, And our widowRate it:

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Bound For California
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
dissent, his mother, tearful, prayed, Vainly his sisters, with fond words, his purpose would have sRate it:

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Bourke
Henry Lawson
was mighty in those days gone by, For they had sisters who could shriek, and brothers who could tesRate it:

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Brave Boys Are They!
Henry Clay Work
time has come when brothers must fight, And sisters must pray at home. Oh! The dread field of battlRate it:

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Burial Of A Fairy Queen
Mary Eliza Perine Tucker Lambert
dirges, And still deeper grew their wo! Two sisters of the queenly fairy, Stood at her feet and heaRate it:

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Burning of the Exeter Theatre
William Topaz McGonagall
and mothers, Who will be sorely missed by little sisters and brothers; But, alas! unto them they caRate it:

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By Their Works
John Greenleaf Whittier
longing sore For love's sweet service sought the sisters' door One saw the heavenly, one the human Rate it:

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Calamity in London
William Topaz McGonagall
loved as his life. Barber's mother and three sisters were living on the ground floor, And in the Rate it:

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Cantos From Dante's Paradiso
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
sounded all the tongues That Polyhymnia and her sisters made Most lubrical with their delicious milRate it:

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Careers
Robert William Service
I knew three sisters,--all were sweet; Wishful to wed was I, And wondered which would mostly meet The matrimonial tie. I asked ...Rate it:

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Chanting The Square Deific
Walt Whitman
world have I given up for my dear brothers' and sisters' sake--for the soul's sake; WenRate it:

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Chorus of Athenians
Alexander Pope
Muses' shades. Antistrophe I. Oh heav'n-born sisters! source of art! Who charm the sense, or mendRate it:

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Clitophon And Lucippe Translated. To The Ladies
Richard Lovelace
Gallant Pamela's majesty And her sweet sisters modesty Are fixt in each of you; you are, Distinct,Rate it:

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Colin's Mistakes. Written In Imitation Of Spenser's Style
Matthew Prior
show'd soft anger mix'd with friendly love; Twin sisters still were Ignorance and Pride: Can we knoRate it:

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Come Up From The Fields, Father
Walt Whitman
speaks through her sobs; The little sisters huddle around, speechless and dismay'd ;) Rate it:

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Cotter's Saturday Night, The
Robert Burns
hardship be. With joy unfeign'd, brothers and sisters meet, An' each for other's weelfare kindly sRate it:

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Cree High
Cree High
My beautiful brothers, My beautiful Sisters, Pray, meditate, sacrifice. lift your energy. See how supreme you are. How we are. Put your hand ...Rate it:

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Cruisers
Rudyard Kipling
our eyes, Where, linking and lifting, our sisters we hail 'Twixt wrench of cross-surges or plunge oRate it:

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Cypher Seven [07]
Henry Lawson
lovers and believers! Their sweethearts, sisters, wives, Their daughters, sons and mothers, The truRate it:

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Dar-Thula
James Macpherson
Dwellest thou in the shadow of grief? Have thy sisters fallen from heaven? Are they who rejoiced wiRate it:

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Dedication Of 'The Dream Of Man' To London, My Hostess
William Watson
mightiest ones Sang not of old, The thrice three sisters' godlike sons With lips of gold,-- Till grRate it:

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