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Mr.President :Biden ( in a land of we trust God)
Astghick Moradkhanians
Since God is in control, through difficult Time, God will put things in perspective! Such as Decency will be (the Law of The land)!pure lov...Rate it

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On Valentine's day & President day by astghick moradkhanians
Astghick Moradkhanians
Seek God to help the world to be free from any kind of sicknesses! since God is your real source; thank God all the time for your Indv.Freedom, har...Rate it

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On this President's Day
Sharon Brown
God puts President's in Place To uphold America and the Human Race. From the Emancipation of Slaves To bringing Peace to the middle east the way t...Rate it

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To A President
Walt Whitman
ALL you are doing and saying is to America dangled mirages, You have not learn'd of Nature--of the politics of Nature, you have not...Rate it

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British Association, Notes of the President's Address
James Clerk Maxwell
In the very beginnings of science, the parsons, who managed things then, Being handy with hammer and chisel, made gods in the likeness of men; Till...Rate it

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Dear Mr.President
Analia Styles
Under a blood red sky The bluebirds don't fly And I wonder why Under a blood red sky The wings have lied There are no angels in sight Only the dev...Rate it

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For President, Leland Stanford
Ambrose Bierce
Mahomet Stanford, with covetous stare, Gazed on a vision surpassingly fair: Far on the desert's remote extreme A mountain of gold with a mellow gle...Rate it

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Oh, Mr. President
Kurt Philip Behm
Oh, Mr. President your agenda has failed Oh, Mr. President the unfortunate wail Oh, Mr. President your tongue has been forked Oh, Mr. Pres...Rate it

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Oh, Mr. President
Kurt Philip Behm
Oh, Mr. President Oh, Mr. President your agenda has failed Oh, Mr. President the unfortunate wail Oh, Mr. President your tongue has been f...Rate it

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On The Death Of Dr. Lancton President Of Maudlin College
William Strode
When men for injuryes unsatisfy'd, For hopes cutt off, for debts not fully payd, For legacies in vain expected, mourne Over theyr owne respects wit...Rate it

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One President
Ambrose Bierce
'What are those, father?' 'Statesmen, my child Lacrymose, unparliamentary, wild.' 'What are they that way for, father?' 'Last fall, 'Our candidate...Rate it

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Our President
Katharine Lee Bates
GOD help him! Ay, and let us help him, too, Help him with our one hundred million minds Molded to loyalty, so that he finds The faith of the Republ...Rate it

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President Carter
Jack Richards
Mr. President How could you We expect great things Not mediocrity Hamas was You're a man of office Not a pilot in a plane Conceptual Difference H...Rate it

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President Lincoln's Burial Hymn
Walt Whitman
When Lilacs Last in the Door-yard Bloom'd WHEN lilacs last in the door-yard bloom'd, And the great star early droop'd in the western sky in...Rate it

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President Lincoln's Proclamation Of Freedom
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
IT shall flash through coming ages; It shall light the distant years; And eyes now dim with sorrow Shall be clearer through their tears. It sh...Rate it

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The Death Of President Lincoln
Joseph Furphy
(A Romance.) December 11th, 1867. The fleecy clouds had passed away Before the bright approach of day, And now the morning's radiance shines ...Rate it

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The Foreseen President
Olufemi Sonuga
We all remember President Mckenzie Allen We all remember President Teddy Bridges We all remember Teddy was a man with grey hairs We all remember th...Rate it

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To Our President
Katharine Lee Bates
HOPE of the Nations, lift thy stricken heart. Thyself art Sorrow, and to thee the cry Of battle-anguish comes more piercingly Than even in those mo...Rate it

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To the President of Magdalen College, Oxford
Robert Seymour Bridges
Since now from woodland mist and flooded clay I am fled beside the steep Devonian shore, Nor stand for welcome at your gothic door, 'Neath the f...Rate it

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