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Alan Parry-Booth
CHEESED OFF I am a cheeseaholic Who has just arrived in Prague Where they don’t have any Stilton And they’ve never heard of Yarg, I’ve been up...Rate it

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Alan Parry-Booth
HATS OFF TO PRYCOPYN. Perhaps you’re feeling jaded And your life’s gone rather flat When middle age is beckoning And your waistline turns to fat. ...Rate it

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A Day Off
Lucy Maud Montgomery
Let us put awhile away All the cares of work-a-day, For a golden time forget, Task and worry, toil and fret, Let us take a day to dream In the...Rate it

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Afar Off
Ada Cambridge
1. Is it a will o' the wisp, or is dawn breaking, That our horizon wears so strange a hue? Is it but one more dream, or are we waking To find at l...Rate it

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Ballade Of A Talked-Off Ear
Dorothy Parker
Daily I listen to wonder and woe, Nightly I hearken to knave or to ace, Telling me stories of lava and snow, Delicate fables of ribbon and lace, Ta...Rate it

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Burning Off
Dorothea Mackeller
They're burning off at the Rampadells, The tawny flames uprise, With greedy licking around the trees; The fierce breath sears our eyes. From core...Rate it

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Content Written Off Ithaca
Alfred Austin
I could not find the little maid Content, So out I rushed, and sought her far and wide; But not where Pleasure each new fancy tried, Heading the ma...Rate it

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Far Off
Constantine P. Cavafy
I should like to relate this memory ... but it is so faded now ... scarecely anthing is left -- because it lies far off, in the years of my early m...Rate it

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Far Off-Shore
Herman Melville
Look, the raft, a signal flying, Thin--a shred; None upon the lashed spars lying, Quick or dead. Cries the sea-fowl, hovering over, 'Crew, the cre...Rate it

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I know some lonely Houses off the Road
Emily Dickinson
I know some lonely Houses off the Road A Robber'd like the look of— Wooden barred, And Windows hanging low, Inviting to— A Portico, Where two could...Rate it

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If I should cast off this tattered coat,
Stephen Crane
If I should cast off this tattered coat, And go free into the mighty sky; If I should find nothing there But a vast blue, Echoless, ignorant --...Rate it

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Leave off the Agony in Style
Julia A Moore
Come all ye good people, listen to me, pray, While I speak of fashion and style of today; If you will notice, kind hearts it will beguile, To keep ...Rate it

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None See Me Off
Sant Tukaram
None see me off. Let those go home who will Receive this blessing from a loosing heart Let righteous deed secure you all good weal Ye brought me up...Rate it

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Off Cape Colonna
Herman Melville
Aloof they crown the foreland lone, From aloft they loftier rise-- Fair columns, in the aureole rolled From sunned Greek seas and skies. They wax, ...Rate it

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Off Mesolongi
Alfred Austin
The lights of Mesolongi gleam Before me, now the day is gone; And vague as leaf on drifting stream, My keel glides on. No mellow moon, no stars ar...Rate it

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Off Riviere Du Loup
Duncan Campbell Scott
O ship incoming from the sea With all your cloudy tower of sail, Dashing the water to the lee, And leaning grandly to the gale, The sunset pageant...Rate it

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Off Rough Point
Emma Lazarus
We sat at twilight nigh the sea, The fog hung gray and weird. Through the thick film uncannily The broken moon appeared. We heard the billows crac...Rate it

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Off Shore
Celia Thaxter
Rock, little boat, beneath the quiet sky, Only the stars behod us where we lie, - Only the stars and yonder brightening moon On the wide sea to-ni...Rate it

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Off the Ground
Walter de la Mare
Three jolly Farmers Once bet a pound Each dance the others would Off the ground. Out of their coats They slipped right soon, And neat and nic...Rate it

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Off the Track
James Brunton Stephens
Oh where the deuce is the track, the track? Round an' round, an' forrard, an' back! “Keep the sun on yer right,” they said— But, hang it, he's gone...Rate it

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Off the Turnpike
Amy Lowell
Good ev'nin', Mis' Priest. I jest stepped in to tell you Good-bye. Yes, it's all over. All my things is packed An' every last one o' them boxes Is ...Rate it

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Off to the Fishing Ground
Lucy Maud Montgomery
There's a piping wind from a sunrise shore Blowing over a silver sea, There's a joyous voice in the lapsing tide That calls enticingly; The mist of...Rate it

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Psalm LXXIV: Will God For Ever Cast Us Off?
Isaac Watts
Will God for ever east us off? His wrath for ever smoke Against the people of' his love, His little chosen flock? Think of the tribes so dearly bo...Rate it

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Song - Shake off your heavy trance
Beaumont and Fletcher
Shake off your heavy trance, And leap into a dance, Such as no mortals use to tread, Fit only for Apollo - To play to, for the moon to lead, And al...Rate it

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Step Off
Mario William Vitale
Step Off gravity homeboy got capped in the knee out in the streets let the truth be told where as years ago with Grandmaster P he was born in the...Rate it

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