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Frank and his Little Bank
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
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Tears shall soothe the soul.
Dwight Drummond
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Your Riches—taught me—Poverty
Emily Dickinson
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Now you're leaving Manhattan
Moss M.Jacques
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Bird Watcher
Robert William Service
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A Cry For Help
Angela Lorine Smith
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A Fantasy of War
Henry Lawson
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A Lizards Tail
A.D. Small
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A Lizards' Tail
A.D. Small
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A Millionaire
Morris Rosenfeld
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A Millionaire.
John Hartley
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A Song Of Riches
Katharine Lee Bates
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Adjust to live with
Hasmukh Mehta
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AFTERWARDS
Phil Roberts
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Amelia Garrick
Edgar Lee Masters
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Bedfordshire Ballad. - III.
Edward Woodley Bowling
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Beggar to millionaire
Vanshikha Akhariya
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Beggar to millionaire
Vanshikha Akhariya
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Believe In Yourself
Donald James Kirby Von Koehler
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Brother Jim
Robert William Service
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Brother Of All, With Genesrous Hand
Walt Whitman
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Calmly We Walk through This April’s Day
Delmore Schwartz
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Canadian born
Emily Pauline Johnson
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Christy
Donavon John Nelson
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City Contrasts
Anonymous Americas
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