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Happy birthday to all," Surprise God restore the Prize for you All"
Astghick Moradkhanians
For your Birthday, God's amazing Grace upon you! Gave lovingly Jesus Christ for your lost in wilderness of Earth; which he founded you ,he crowned ...Rate it

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Prize averse
Mazhun Idris
Artists cross chanceful desires From expecting endorsement To craving credits To competing for awards You have to cross border To know your borders...Rate it

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A Prize Poem
Henry Timrod
A fairy ring Drawn in the crimson of a battle-plain -- From whose weird circle every loathsome thing And sight and sound of pain Are banished, wh...Rate it

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A Song. Fair, Sweet And Young, Receive A Prize
John Dryden
1. Fair, sweet, and young, receive a prize Reserved for your victorious eyes: From crowds, whom at your feet you see, O pity, and distinguish me! A...Rate it

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A Tribute To The Nobel Prize (Nobelprize.Org) - My Humble Salutation .
Nikhil Parekh
Poetry written in appreciation of the Nobel Prize ; as the world's most coveted honor. Wondrously transparent was its grandeur- which enamored the...Rate it

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Grand Prize
Thomas Bradfield
The Pressure is on, what do i write? Ive read everyones poems in despite, Sweet running down my face, So nervous and all those great poets to blame...Rate it

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Highest Prize
There is a glory, a place untouched. No fear, therein resides. There is a purity unreachable yet elemental, by which all are taught. Where beauty...Rate it

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Wesley Morin
When he shuts off his power and drains all his plumbing They won't be safe in saying, “Well, we just didn't see it coming…” Here's a man who's wish...Rate it

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The prize
Seema Tabassum Ali
There is a prize to be won On every long run When the spirit is high and We take time to have some fun When the sun shines wild The wind is timid a...Rate it

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Thrilling Prize
Subrata Ray
Now I say you are a thrill, Something beyond this prosaic deal, A vibrant commotion swinging swung, No form of concrete , a vacant hang Now I...Rate it

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