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In An East End Hovel
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
To a Workman, a would-be Suicide MAN of despair and death, Bought and slaved in the gangs, Starved and stripped and left To the pitiful, pitiless ...Rate it:

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In The Moonlight
Thomas Hardy
"O lonely workman, standing there In a dream, why do you stare and stare At her grave, as no other grave where there?" "If your great gaunt eyes ...Rate it:

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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 03 - part 04
Torquato Tasso
whom so rare a gift he did present, Tell him the workman fits the instrument. XLVIII "If further pRate it:

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John McKeen
James Whitcomb Riley
laugh and his wholesomeness, And the wealth of a workman's vote! Bring him, O Memory, here once moRate it:

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John Mitchel
John Boyle O'Reilly
on the hill-side, Before the height is won: The workman dead on the building, Before the work is Rate it:

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Love and Law
Vachel Lindsay
stones of Forbearance and mortar of pain. The workman lays wearily granite on granite, And bleedsRate it:

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Mattins
George Herbert
light, which now I see, May both the work and workman show: Then by a sun-beam I will climb to thRate it:

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On A Great Hollow Tree
William Strode
the entralls, where an hollow cave Without the workman's helpe beganne to have The figure of a TentRate it:

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On The Proposal To Erect A Monument In England To Lord Byron
Emma Lazarus
with other eyes his fate. Even as the cunning workman brings to pass The sculptor's thought from ouRate it:

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Our Canal
Harriet Monroe
surprise With this last gift of the grand old workman, Time; His prodigy powerful, delicate, sentieRate it:

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Ruth
Henry Lawson
shame; The townsman ‘respected’ or worthy; the workman respectful and tame; The boss of the pub witRate it:

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Salut Au Monde
Walt Whitman
What do you hear, Walt Whitman? I hear the workman singing, and the farmer's wife singing; Rate it:

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St. Winefred's Well
Gerard Manley Hopkins
was—mock. O I might think so But here, here is a workman from his day’s task sweats. Wiped I am surRate it:

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Street Lanterns
Mary Elizabeth Coleridge
wheels. Quickly ends the autumn day, And the workman goes his way, Leaving, midst the traffic rudRate it:

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The Altar
George Herbert
parts are as thy hand did frame; No workman's tool hath touch'd the same. A HEARTRate it:

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The Babies of Walloon
Henry Lawson
were the gifts reclaimed so soon— Were the workman’s little daughters who were buried near Walloon.Rate it:

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The Bells of Malines
Henry Van Dyke
O listen, burghers of Malines! Soldier and workman, pale beguine, And mother with a trembling flRate it:

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The City Bushman
Henry Lawson
the land could do without -- Sort of BRITISH WORKMAN nonsense that shall perish in the scorn Of tRate it:

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The City Streets
John Boyle O'Reilly
you come to the heart and count its beats; The workman is proud of his home's dear name as the ricRate it:

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The Evening Of The Holiday
Count Giacomo Leopardi
road I hear, Not far away, the solitary song Of workman, who returns at this late hour, In merry moRate it:

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The Flower And The Leaf, Or the Lady In The Arbour. A Vision
John Dryden
at once the smell and sight. The master-workman of the bower was known Through fairy-lands, and buiRate it:

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The Fly In The Ointment
Joseph Furphy
— How long? O Lord! how long? Let us beg the workman's shilling, let us smell our hats in prayer,Rate it:

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The Goths in Campania (Placidia, in the Tent of Adolphus.)
James Brunton Stephens
of pearl— To all the glories of the cunning workman, Sculptured or graven, or inlaid with gems— To Rate it:

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The Gyres
William Butler Yeats
the owl, Or any rich, dark nothing disinter The workman, noble and saint, and all things run On thaRate it:

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The Hammers
Amy Lowell
splendid specimen of humanity is a true British workman, Say the people of the Three Towns, As theyRate it:

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