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A Well-Worn Story
Dorothy Parker
In April, in April, My one love came along, And I ran the slope of my high hill To follow a thread of song. His eyes were hard as porphyry With lo...Rate it

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A Worn Rose
Lola Ridge
Where to-day would a dainty buyer Imbibe your scented juice, Pale ruin with a heart of fire; Drain your succulence with her lips, Grown sapless fro...Rate it

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A Worn-Out Pencil
James Whitcomb Riley
Welladay! Here I lay You at rest--all worn away, O my pencil, to the tip Of our old companionship! Memory Sighs to see What you are, and used to b...Rate it

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An Out-Worn Sappho
James Whitcomb Riley
How tired I am! I sink down all alone Here by the wayside of the Present. Lo, Even as a child I hide my face and moan-- A little girl that may no f...Rate it

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On that dear Frame the Years had worn
Emily Dickinson
On that dear Frame the Years had worn Yet precious as the House In which We first experienced Light The Witnessing, to Us— Precious! It was concei...Rate it

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The well-worn shoes
sepatuusang
The well-worn shoes Forlorn, unused The well-worn shoes Just inches away from the refuse They stay mute Neither crying nor fighting Their silence ...Rate it

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The Years Had Worn Their Season's Belt
George Meredith
The years had worn their seasons' belt, From bud to rosy prime, Since Nellie by the larch-pole knelt And helped the hop to climb. Most diligent of...Rate it

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We are Worn
Ronald-L-Bunch-Jr
We are earthly dust, Stricken, And star struck. Old age Like new age. Falling leaves To fellow shoots. Shooting stars To rock stars. We start in di...Rate it

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Worn Out
Paul Laurence Dunbar
You bid me hold my peace And dry my fruitless tears, Forgetting that I bear A pain beyond my years. You say that I should smile And drive the gloo...Rate it

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Worn Out
Elizabeth Eleanor Siddal
Thy strong arms are around me, love My head is on thy breast; Low words of comfort come from thee Yet my soul has no rest. For I am but a start...Rate it

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[Long Neglect Has Worn Away]
Emily Jane Brontë
Long neglect has worn away Half the sweet enchanting smile; Time has turned the bloom to gray; Mold and damp the face defile. But that lock of sil...Rate it

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