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A Familiar Letter - To Several Correspondents
Oliver Wendell Holmes
Yes, write, if you want to, there's nothing like trying; Who knows what a treasure your casket may hold? I'll show you that rhyming's as easy as ly...Rate it

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A Familiar Sound
a golden sunset caught on cassette who could forget? when I first heard your voice, say my nameRate it

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Familiar Enemy
Stephanie Ann Colt
Traitor! Heart against my head. It betrays me at every turn. I struggle to convince myself I do not want, I do not need, I do not love; But that be...Rate it

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Familiar Haunts
John Jessup Kennan
Charlene was a waitress Sweetest heart you'll ever know Served up on steaming platters The early bird special to go Grew up on the coast but home I...Rate it

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Familiar Room
Lilah Ainsworth
Familiar Room I’m back in my familiar room Where I sit at my desk, as a weaver would a loom There’s books on the bookcase and schoolbooks on w...Rate it

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Gone Is The Familiar
Wallace Dean LaBenne
Slipping out of orbit. Everything's askew. No level footing. Changes must ensue. Gone is the familiar. Strange is commonplace. Unknown are landmar...Rate it

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My Sadly Familiar Abyss
Grace Nation
She sits there, Always seeming to stare. Her familiar eyes, Where happiness dies. With every glance I reminisce, My memory an empty abyss. A mot...Rate it

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She's Familiar
Kurt Philip Behm
She's familiar... ain't that the blues (Written at Kingston Mines in Chicago)Rate it

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The Old Familiar Faces
Charles Lamb
I HAVE had playmates, I have had companions, In my days of childhood, in my joyful school-days-- All, all are gone, the old familiar faces. I h...Rate it

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To A Familiar Genius Flying By
Vasily Andreyevich Zhukovsky
Reveal yourself, anonymous enchanter! What heaven hastens you to me? Why draw me to that promised land again That I gave up so long ago? Was it no...Rate it

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