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it's easier than a month and a month
— Markesh Dickinson
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The Gods Of The Copybook Headings
— Rudyard Kipling
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Mandalay
— Rudyard Kipling
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The Defence of Lucknow
— Alfred Lord Tennyson
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Tommy
— Rudyard Kipling
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The Bustards Egg
— Longerfellow
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The Female of the Species
— Rudyard Kipling
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Taxi man
— Peter Huang
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The Young British Soldier
— Rudyard Kipling
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Freedom's Plow
— Langston Hughes
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The Law of the Jungle
— Rudyard Kipling
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Abyss of Addiction
— Maxwell Sebastian Burchett
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There is no Fear
— Subramanya Bharathi
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The Call Of The Wild
— Robert William Service
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Ode To Joy
— Friedrich Schiller
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Casey at the Bat
— Ernest Lawrence Thayer
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The Ballad Of East And West
— Rudyard Kipling
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Wishbone
— Richard Siken
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Dane-Geld
— Rudyard Kipling
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We and They
— Rudyard Kipling
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A Senryu Tale of Genji
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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We dream—it is good we are dreaming
— Emily Dickinson
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Jerusalem
— William Blake
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Fuzzy-Wuzzy
— Rudyard Kipling
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Gunga Din
— Rudyard Kipling
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