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To Mr James Scrymgeour, Dundee
William Topaz McGonagall
he makes the hearts Of the poor o'erjoyed By trying to find work for them When they're unemployed. Rate it:

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Boy in the corner of his room
Frank Anthony Cimino jr
he was gonna get attacked, hiding, in the corner Trying not to breath not to make a sound, in the cRate it:

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Stars in the Sea
Roderic Quinn
how the fish were biting; And what are you trying to catch my boy, Bream, silver and red - or WhiRate it:

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No Place To Hide
Kurt Philip Behm
through my consciousness as havoc and pain Trying to break through to that place where he’s bannedRate it:

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Memories
Catria Kirby
in the struggles, the loneliness, I've been trying my hardest to get over this past. The look in yoRate it:

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Did you notice the lord today?
Misty Myers
you even think He could have been the blind man trying to cross the street? Did you even bother to Rate it:

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A Conversation with Satan
Theme
“May I ask you question, my young man?” (I'm Trying to show confidence by calling the devil "Rate it:

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A Renegade
Mario Vitale
the fret of illusion which can help breed trying toward the over load a given chance to breath toRate it:

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A Tribute To My Grandparents
Nikhil Parekh
rocks; gallivanted on golden sands of the beach trying to catch each other, While at the present mRate it:

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Alive As A Ghost
Nikhil Parekh
my meal after a thousand days; desperately trying to rejuvenate my drearily dried intestines; I stiRate it:

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Between Life And Death
Nikhil Parekh
bedraggled beggar; there lies the common man; trying to struggle every unleashing minute for existeRate it:

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Broken Heart
Nikhil Parekh
charring it with their abhorrent redness; for trying to amiably bond with them, I couldn't take iRate it:

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Cleaning Up
Edward George Dyson
will's the other half; And no day's too long and trying and no toil is hard enough, When we see theRate it:

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Did you notice the lord today?
Misty Marie Myers
you even think He could have been the blind man trying to cross the street? Did you even bother to Rate it:

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Her Slave, Her Admirer, Her Lover
Nikhil Parekh
circle around her house all night and day; trying my best to annihilate even the slightest insinuatRate it:

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How Could You Ever Forget
Nikhil Parekh
browsing through a conglomerate of fine lines, Trying our best to decipher baffling enigmas; inspiRate it:

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I Don’t Feel Like Feeling Anymore
Devon Cote
like feeling anymore I sit here in my thoughts Trying to make sense Of what I am supposed to think.Rate it:

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If Only You'd Spent A Single Minute
Nikhil Parekh
kitchen burning your fingers unsuccessfully; in trying to learn every conceivable recipe under the Rate it:

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Immortal Soldiers - Part 1
Nikhil Parekh
Swirled their eyes rampantly in all directions; trying to track the slightest of movement; the mosRate it:

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Its Possible; Because It Is Natural
Nikhil Parekh
you had prepared yourself for every calamity; trying to stand invincible against the most belligereRate it:

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Lighting The Lantern Of My Love
Nikhil Parekh
of worthless nothingness; while irrevocably trying to mélange all religions across the mesmerizing Rate it:

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Make Me immune
Nikhil Parekh
uncompromisingly immune to all those salaciously trying to poison it with the fangs of indescribablRate it:

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My Heart Cries - Tribute To America, Part 2
Nikhil Parekh
volumes of cargo and citizen in the elevator; trying to reach the 100th floor in an absolute jiffy.Rate it:

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My Only obsession
Nikhil Parekh
I was unsurpassably crazy about her reflection; trying to decipher a countless more births of mine Rate it:

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My Toothbrush
Nikhil Parekh
rotated it wildly in the arid autumn breeze; trying to assassinate a fleet of ominous mosquitoes, Rate it:

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