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Busy
Nikhil Parekh
The clouds were mystically busy; in showering tantalizing globules of rain; upon fathomless territories of agonizingly parched soil, The Sun was ...Rate it

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A Busy Man
Robert William Service
This crowded life of God's good giving No man has relished more than I; I've been so goldarned busy living I've never had the time to die. So busy ...Rate it

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Elegy (Tir'd with the busy crouds)
James Beattie
Tir'd with the busy crouds, that all the day Impatient throng where Folly's altars flame, My languid powers dissolve with quick decay, Till geni...Rate it

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Busy Heart, The
Rupert Brooke
Now that we've done our best and worst, and parted, I would fill my mind with thoughts that will not rend. (O heart, I do not dare go empty-hearte...Rate it

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pity this busy monster, manunkind
Edward Estlin Cummings
pity this busy monster, manunkind, not. Progress is a comfortable disease: your victim (death and life safely beyond) plays with the bigness of h...Rate it

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Sea-ward, white gleaming thro' the busy scud (fragment)
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Sea-ward, white gleaming thro' the busy scud With arching Wings, the sea-mew o'er my head Posts on, as bent on speed, now passaging Edges...Rate it

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Some Busy Hands…
Edith Wharton
I. SOME busy hands have brought to light, And laid beneath my eye, The dress I wore that afternoon You came to say good-by. About it still th...Rate it

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The Busy Heart
Rupert Brooke
Now that we’ve done our best and worst, and parted, I would fill my mind with thoughts that will not rend. (O heart, I do not dare go empty-heart...Rate it

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When To The Attractions Of The Busy World
William Wordsworth
WHEN, to the attractions of the busy world, Preferring studious leisure, I had chosen A habitation in this peaceful Vale, Sharp season followed of ...Rate it

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