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The Low-Down White
Robert William Service
This is the pay-day up at the mines, when the bearded brutes come down; There's money to burn in the streets to-night, so I've sent my klooch to to...Rate it:

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Emily Pauline Johnson
Beyond a ridge of pine with russet tips The west lifts to the sun her longing lips, Her blushes stain with gold and garnet dye The shore, the r...Rate it:

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To put this World down, like a Bundle
Emily Dickinson
To put this World down, like a Bundle— And walk steady, away, Requires Energy—possibly Agony— 'Tis the Scarlet way Trodden with straight renunciat...Rate it:

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Truth Pouring Down Again
Kurt Philip Behm
Never asking for permission, always being sure His head was held firmly, his mind had stayed pure Never seeking your acknowledgement, or umbrella...Rate it:

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We Sate Down And Wept By The Waters
George Gordon Lord Byron
I. We sate down and wept by the waters Of Babel, and thought of the day When our foe, in the hue of his slaughters, Made Salem's high places his...Rate it:

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We'll Go Down Ourselves
Henry Clay Work
"What shall we do, as years go by, And Peace remains a stranger -- With Richmond yet in rebel hands, And Washington in danger? What shall we do for...Rate it:

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Whether my bark went down at sea
Emily Dickinson
Whether my bark went down at sea— Whether she met with gales— Whether to isles enchanted She bent her docile sails— By what mystic mooring She is ...Rate it:

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Why Art Thou Thus Cast Down, My Heart?
Hans Sachs
Why art thou thus cast down, my heart? Why troubled, why dost mourn apart, O'er nought but earthly wealth? Trust in thy God, be not afraid, He is t...Rate it:

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Touching Down
Philip Schaefer
So much for the lone cannon up to its ears in winter wheat in the Kansas of someone's dying backyard. So much for the choke cherries sprouting ...Rate it:

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Ridden Down
Ellis Parker Butler
When I taught Ida how to ride a Bicycle that night, I ran beside her, just to guide her Erring wheel aright; And many times there in the street She...Rate it:

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A Broken Down Mystic
Liam Ó Comáin
(An Comanach) Imbibing brandy and Irish stout In a pub near Derry’s Walls. With a grey flecked beard Coupling a tweed cap Above a wrinkled brow....Rate it:

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After Pulling Down And Rebuilding A House
Carolyn Clive
OLD Ghosts, ye all are dispossess'd, Your former house is levell'd now; Another house at my behest Has lifted over yours, its brow. But flit, ...Rate it:

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Albert Down Under
Marriott Edgar
Albert were what you'd call “thwarted”. He had long had an ambition, which... Were to save up and go to Australia, The saving up that were the h...Rate it:

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Don't Look Down
Kurt Philip Behm
Respect for time, Disdain for time, The double edge —the narrow ledge (Villanova Pennsylvania: October, 2019)Rate it:

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Down Among The Dead Men
Ambrose Bierce
Within my dark and narrow bed I rested well, new-laid: I heard above my fleshless head The grinding of a spade. A gruffer note ensued and grew To ...Rate it:

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Down Stream
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
BETWEEN Holmscote and Hurstcote The river-reaches wind, The whispering trees accept the breeze, The ripple's cool and kind; With love low-whispere...Rate it:

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Down the River
Henry Lawson
I’VE done with joys an’ misery, An’ why should I repine? There’s no one knows the past but me An’ that ol’ dog o’ mine. We camp an’ walk an’ camp a...Rate it:

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Down, But Not Out
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Oh, how I hate these chills, these winter ills, Bleak blasts and breezes; Abominate the 'flu,' the fierce 'Tishoo' All inappropriate sneezes; How ...Rate it:

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From 'Down the River'
Susie Frances Harrison
Gatineau Point A HALF-BREED, slim, and sallow of face, Alphonse lies full length on his raft, The hardy son of a hybrid race. Lithe and long, with...Rate it:

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From Down The River
Susan Frances Harrison
A HALF-BREED, slim, and sallow of face, Alphonse lies full length on his raft, The hardy son of a hybrid race. Lithe and long, with the Indian g...Rate it:

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Hunted Down
Henry Kendall
Two years had the tiger, whose shape was that of a sinister man, Been out since the night of escape - two years under horror and ban. In a time ful...Rate it:

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On Sitting Down to Read King Lear Once Again
John Keats
O golden-tongued Romance with serene lute! Fair plumed Syren! Queen of far away! Leave melodizing on this wintry day, ...Rate it:

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Shadows on the Down
Alfred Noyes
When daffodils danced in Chuck Hatch, and white clouds Drew their own shadowy purple across the hills, Darkening the valley where the small flint c...Rate it:

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shot down
Nat Z. Punx
she did my spanish homework freshman year in high school so i didnt mind her sitting next to me during my quiet time sitting in the goldmine and s...Rate it:

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Sonnet On Sitting Down To Read King Lear Once Again
John Keats
O GOLDEN tongued Romance, with serene lute! Fair plumed Syren, Queen of far-away! Leave melodizing on this wintry day, Shut up thine olden pages, a...Rate it:

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