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Candy Land
John W. May
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Train 11 Leaving Portland
Gregory Baranoff
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Santa to the Rescue
Linda Yoest
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Still I Rise
Maya Angelou
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Yard Sale
Bill Flatley
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If Not There
Lawrence S. Pertillar
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The Giving Tomato By Arman Hoque
Arman Hoque
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'Nothing In Common' (Chapters 1-4) unedited
Kurt Philip Behm
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Amelia , Boston Terrier
JOE M. HIX
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Bonnie: The Singing Chicken
Vernon F. McCarty
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Boredom
Ludy Bührs
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BURIED
Brian M. King
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Butterflies By The Pool
Brian M. King
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CARCASS FOR LORD
Michael Maina Njoroge
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Convenience Store
H. Russell Smith
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Dirty Face
Shel Silverstein
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Fairmount
John W. May
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Fern Hill
Dylan Thomas
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FOR LOVERS STATE
Tammy Cioppa
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Letter IX. From The Dunghill-Cock To The Chaffinch. (The Bird And Insects' Post-Office.)
Robert Bloomfield
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Liu Ch'e
Ezra Pound
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My Hat!
William Henry Ogilvie
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Ode to a Valley Cottage Woodpecker
Karl Constantine FOLKES
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Out, Out
Robert Frost
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Rhapsody on a Windy Night
T. S. Eliot
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