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Orphan
Danny
If you don't care then sware ,but I wanna here silence, put an end to this corruption and violence. If you don't know, then learn at least. Take c...Rate it

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Song Of The Orphan
Rainer Maria Rilke
I am no one and never will be anyone, for I am far too small to claim to be; not even later. Mothers and Fathers, take pity on me. I fear it will...Rate it

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Last Orphan
Kurt Philip Behm
Immersed in dark matter, it fights not to hide A target blood red, and covered in lies It cries out for justice, it cries out in pain Until an a...Rate it

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An Orphan's Lament
Anne Brontë
She's gone -- and twice the summer's sun Has gilt Regina's towers, And melted wild Angora's snows, And warmed Exina's bowers. The flowerets twice ...Rate it

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An Orphan's Silence
Kurt Philip Behm
I hide in the shadow of another’s fear so the voice may go away And then left inside an orphan’s silence to recount every wordless day To...Rate it

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Dark Orphan
Kurt Philip Behm
The bigotry of isolation, prejudice of despair The future in your rear window —abandoned beyond repair (Villanova Pennsylvania: July: 2020)Rate it

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Last Orphan Of The Truth
Kurt Philip Behm
In the middle—the center, a bullseye did hide Its heart bleeding red, to target the lies It cried out for justice, it cried out in pain Un...Rate it

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Orphan On The Street
Nikhil Parekh
I awoke with an enchanting smile in the morning on a mattress of painted silver, the orphan in the street wiped his face of obnoxious dirt. I en...Rate it

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Orphan School
Robert William Service
Full fifty merry maids I heard One summer morn a-singing; And each was like a joyous bird With spring-clear not a-ringing. It w...Rate it

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The Little Orphan
Edgar Albert Guest
The crowded street his playground is, a patch of blue his sky; A puddle in a vacant lot his sea where ships pass by: Poor little orphan boy o...Rate it

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The Man, The Orphan, The Die Hard Lady
Nikhil Parekh
The man was stripped of sight since he was born, groping around his way in perpetual darkness as a kid, shielding his dilapidated eye with thick ...Rate it

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The Orphan
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
Alone, alone! - no other face Wears kindred smile, kindred line; And yet they say my mother's eyes. They say my father's brow, is mine; And either ...Rate it

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The Orphan
Ann Taylor
MY father and mother are dead, Nor friend, nor relation I know; And now the cold earth is their bed, And daisies will over them grow. I cast m...Rate it

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The Orphan
Jane Taylor
My father and mother are dead, Nor friend, nor relation I know; And now the cold earth is their bed, And daisies will over them grow. I cast m...Rate it

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The Orphan Ballad Singers
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
O, WEARY, weary are our feet, And weary, weary is our way ; Through many a long and crowded street We’ve wandered mournfully to-day. My...Rate it

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The Orphan Boy's Tale
Amelia Opie
Stay, lady, stay, for mercy's sake, And hear a helpless orphan's tale, Ah! sure my looks must pity wake, 'Tis want that makes my cheek so pale. Y...Rate it

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The Orphan Maid
Sir Walter Scott
November's hail-cloud drifts away, November's sunbeam wan Looks coldly on the castle grey, When forth comes Lady Anne. The orphan by the oak was...Rate it

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The Orphan's Friend
Julia A Moore
Come all kind, good people, With sympathizing hearts, Come listen to a few kind words A friend to you imparts. Be kind to an orphan child, And alwa...Rate it

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The Orphan's Song
Sydney Thompson Dobell
I had a little bird, I took it from the nest; I prest it, and blest it, And nurst it in my breast. I set it on the ground, I danced round and roun...Rate it

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To An Orphan Child
Thomas Hardy
Ah, child, thou art but half thy darling mother’s; Hers couldst thou wholly be, My light in thee would outglow all in others; She would relive t...Rate it

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To An Orphan Child
Thomas Hardy
A Whimsey AH, child, thou art but half thy darling mother's; Hers couldst thou wholly be, My light in thee would outglow all in ...Rate it

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