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Fishing Lesson # 9
Tom Janca
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If I only had one.
A J C
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My Heart
Elijah Ramos
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Palace Concerto
William He
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Quarantine Blues
Awkwardwriting97
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Of Death
John Bunyan
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A Brook In The City
Robert Frost
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A Dialogue, Between the Resolved Soul, And Created Pleasure
Andrew Marvell
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A Different Way (MAJOR TW for self-injury)
Gracie Miller
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A Psalm Of Councel
Joseph Furphy
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A strange, rambling, jaunt through a few points in time and a few points in space
Marcia J. La Vine
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Afar in the Desert
Thomas Pringle
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Anxiety
Erwin Jung
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Anxious
Eufemio Abinoja
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April
John Crowe Ransom
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As slaves
Hasmukh Mehta
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At Stonehenge
Katharine Lee Bates
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Audaciously Dare
Nikhil Parekh
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Benevolent
Anthony Parker
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Bill The Bomber
Robert William Service
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BUTTER? CAMELS?!
Yukunno Ghirmay
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Care-charming Sleep
John Fletcher
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Conversationalist
Jesse Cochran
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Converting Lead to Gold
Taqua
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Display The Clown
Wallace Dean LaBenne
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Who wrote this? 'Look on my Works, ye Mightyand despair!'
A William Wordsworth
B S.T. Coleridge
C William Shakespeare
D P. B. Shelley