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A REPLY TO AN ENTRY
Phoenix
If you ever wonder why I disappeared, the answer is, your friend gave you out. I was made to see, that, being clothed with success, does not take t...Rate it

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The Nymph’s Reply To The Shepherd
Sir Walter Raleigh
If all the world and love were young, And truth in every Shepherd’s tongue, These pretty pleasures might me move, To live with thee, and be thy ...Rate it

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A Colloquial Reply: To Any Newsboy
Vachel Lindsay
If you lay for Iago at the stage door with a brick You have missed the moral of the play. He will have a midnight supper with Othello and his wife....Rate it

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A Reply To A Letter
Ambrose Bierce
O nonsense, parson-tell me not they thrive And jubilate who follow your dictation. The good are the unhappiest lot alive I know they are from caref...Rate it

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A Reply To A Pessimist
Alfred Austin
O beautiful bright world! for ever young, And now with Wisdom grafted on thy Spring, Why do they slander thee with wailing tongue, And lose the wea...Rate it

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A Reply To A Young Lady.
James Barron Hope
"I can easier teach twenty what were good to be done Than to be one of the twenty to follow my own teaching," - Merchant of Venice. "Do as I te...Rate it

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Children's Reply
Julia A Moore
We are little children, That go to Sabbath school, To hear of our Redeemer, Likewise the golden rule. We will try and do our duty, To friends and ...Rate it

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Expostulation and Reply
William Wordsworth
"Why, William, on that old grey stone, Thus for the length of half a day, Why, William, sit you thus alone, And dream your time away? "Where a...Rate it

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Her Reply
Sir Walter Raleigh
IF all the world and love were young, And truth in every shepherd's tongue, These pretty pleasures might me move To live with thee and be thy Lo...Rate it

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How Will You Reply?
Ehsan Sehgal
Listen and understand; Our grief and our pain It is only our life gain We escape from injustice, Inhumane conduct, and system In our beloved mother...Rate it

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Impromptu, In Reply To A Friend
George Gordon Lord Byron
When, from the heart where Sorrow sits, Her dusky shadow mounts too high, And o'er the changing aspect flits, And clouds the brow, or fills the eye...Rate it

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Letter VII. The Tame Duck's Reply. (The Bird And Insects' Post-Office.)
Robert Bloomfield
COUSIN WILDING, I confess I did not at all expect to hear from you; for I always believed you to be one of those thoughtless young creatures wh...Rate it

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Lines in Reply to the Beautiful Poet Who Welcomed News of McGonagall's Departure from Dundee
William Topaz McGonagall
Dear Johnny, I return my thanks to you; But more than thanks is your due For publishing the scurrilous poetry about me Leaving the Ancient City of ...Rate it

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Lisetta's Reply
Matthew Prior
Sure Cloe Just, and Cloe Fair Deserves to be Your only Care: But when You and She to-day Far into the Wood did stray, And I happen'd to pass by; Wh...Rate it

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Michael Angelo In Reply To The Passage Upon His Staute Of Sleeping Night
William Wordsworth
'Night Speaks' GRATEFUL is Sleep, my life in stone bound fast; More grateful still: while wrong and shame shall last, On me can Time no happier st...Rate it

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Reply To Some Verses Of J.M.B. Pigot, Esq. On The Cruelty Of His Mistress
George Gordon Lord Byron
Why, Pigot, complain of this damsel's disdain, Why thus in despair do you fret? For months you may try, yet, believe me, a sigh Will never obtain a...Rate it

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Reply to the Above, by F.W.F.
James Clerk Maxwell
"Te quoque vatem dicunt pastores."—VIRGIL. O Maxwell, if by reason’s strength And studying of Babbage, You have transformed yourself at length Int...Rate it

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The Brother's Reply
Charles Lamb
Sister, fie, for shame, no more, Give this ignorant babble o'er, Nor with little female pride Things above your sense deride. Why this foolish unde...Rate it

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The Drovers In Reply
Edward George Dyson
We are wondering why those fellows who are writing cheerful ditties Of the rosy times out droving, and the dust and death of cities, Do not leave t...Rate it

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The Reply Of Q. Horatius Flaccus To A Roman
Alfred Austin
Good friends, you urge my Odes grow trite, And that of worthless station, Of fleeting youth and joy, I write With endless iteration. But say, in m...Rate it

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The Reply Of The Fountain
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
HOW deep within each human heart, A thousand treasured feelings lie; Things precious, delicate, apart, Too sensitive for human eye. Our purest fe...Rate it

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The Reply to Time
Mary Darby Robinson
O TIME, forgive the mournful song That on thy pinions stole along, When the rude hand of pain severe Chas'd down my cheek the burning tear; Whe...Rate it

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The Reprobate's Reply
Harry 'Breaker' Harbord Morant
Three droving men, some three weeks sync, Sat drinking the Queensland rum; 'Twas four a.m. when twa o' them Saw jock M'Phee succumb. Hech! t...Rate it

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The Rhymer’s Reply. Incense And Splendor
Vachel Lindsay
Incense and Splendor haunt me as I go. Though my good works have been, alas, too few, Though I do naught, High Heaven comes down to me, And future ...Rate it

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Warning and Reply
Emily Jane Brontë
In the earth—the earth—thou shalt be laid, A grey stone standing over thee; Black mould beneath thee spread, And black mould to cover thee. 'W...Rate it

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