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  • The Sun Rises Bright In France
    The sun rises bright in France,
    And fair sets he;
    But he has tint the blythe blink he had
    In my ain countree....
  • The Spring Of The Year
    Gone were but the winter cold,
    And gone were but the snow,
    I could sleep in the wild woods
    Where primroses blow....
  • Hame, Hame, Hame
    Hame, hame, hame, O hame fain wad I be-
    O hame, hame, hame, to my ain countree!

    When the flower is i' the bud and the leaf is on the tree,...
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Heaven 3 Dear 2 Sun 2 Fight 1 High 1 Death 1 Save 1 Shine 1 Open 1 Grave 1


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Livetrafficnsw: warialda: alternating (stop/slow) traffic conditions in place on the gwydir hwy near allan cunningham rd due to a truck salvage after an earlier crash. take extra care in the area.
Clydefc: 20: ross cunningham strikes a fine free-kick on target but henderson palms it away, and allan skews the rebound wide [0-0]
S1lentechoes: they were discovered by allan cunningham in 1828 & named by ferdinand von mueller after his friend john macadam. in 1882 they were cultivated in hawaii to help protect sugar cane, but didn’t come into agricultural cultivation until 1888. read more at - [
Clydefc: 19: chance! sula finds cunningham with a pinpoint long diagonal. he plays in gomis who cuts back to allan in the centre of the box but clyde's number 9 blazes over [0-1]
Detrichpix: what do you expect from malik cunningham on saturday? have a college ff team and need to start him or the new qb from western kentucky vs hawaii? thoughts? thanks! allan
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Emily Dickinson Poem
The waters chased him as he fled
 by Emily Dickinson

1749

The waters chased him as he fled,
Not daring look behind-
A billow whispered in his Ear,
“Come home with me, my friend-
My parlor is of shriven glass,
My pantry has a fish
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