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Wallace Dean LaBenne
If you wish to be equal your aim is rather low. Ideality's the sequel for elevated show. If you wish to be equal your direction is plain. Extraordi...Rate it

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Equal distribution
ARUN MAZUMDER
EQUAL DISTRIBUTION Expected always equal share of food To maintain the worldly notion good. Prior to send lives created by the idol Roots, seeds an...Rate it

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Equal Equanimity
Nikhil Parekh
When I first saw her; I felt tremors of unparalleled excitement euphorically enshroud me; till the very last bone of my spine, While today when we...Rate it

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Equal Worth
Wallace Dean LaBenne
Indecision conflict is choice of equal worth Despite how you convict it is sadness or mirth Indecision bicker is choice of equal truth Despite how...Rate it

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fingures are not equal
Vasudha Pulukuri
fingures are not yet all same in all................. so see five fingures are in different shapes so like that only life some times bended some ti...Rate it

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In Equal Sacrifice
Robert Frost
Thus of old the Douglas did: He left his land as he was bid With the royal heart of Robert the Bruce In a golden case with a golden lid, To car...Rate it

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Pricelessly Equal
Nikhil Parekh
Neither were you more extravagantly fairer than me; neither were you more pathetically weaker than the most lugubriously dwindling bone down my spi...Rate it

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Sonnet XXXII: Equal Troth
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Not by one measure mayst thou mete our love; For how should I be loved as I love thee?— I, graceless, joyless, lacking absolutely All gifts that wi...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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