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Women's Rights
Annie Louisa Walker
You cannot rob us of the rights we cherish, Nor turn our thoughts away From the bright picture of a "Woman's Mission" Our hearts portray. We claim...Rate it

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Elegy XXII. Written in the Year ----, When the Rights of Sepulture Were So Frequently Violated
William Shenstone
Say, gentle Sleep! that lov'st the gloom of night, Parent of dreams! thou great Magician! say, Whence my late vision thus endures the light, Thus h...Rate it

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Exercise Your Rights
Brian Oliveri
It's easy enough to get lost cold hearted reality, icy frost forgetting our basic design purposeful pursuits, feeling just fine privacy lives c...Rate it

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Father's Rights
Wesley Morin
her lies will kill my chances of ever coming clean I can't bear to explain to them the twisted history I won't throw her under the bus as she's don...Rate it

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Human Rights (Excerpt)
Amit Rahman
Human Rights, who are you? Privileges, that one can buy with money and influence! A set of ostentatious words on a charter, signed by all of hum...Rate it

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Inalienable Rights
Tracy Bollinger
The known prognosis was indeed dire, Any dubious cure itself a braided noose; Option's mind-field of expedient desire, Would find death the prefera...Rate it

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Rights of Passage
Kirk W. Spencer
"Please! Please grant me one wish this life as I journey through: Just one small thing to those who know not of its value; But to those that do, if...Rate it

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Rights of Passage - part 1
Kirk W. Spencer
As I travel through this passage of life, I oft wondered route taken Wondered what and where I would be if another direction taken. Would I be happ...Rate it

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We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Thomas Jefferson
Clinton Siegle
All gone. It is a privilage to be a man. All gone is the bill of rights. First we did not stand up for the fifth amendment After all these people...Rate it

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