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1) 6. Seein' Things. Eugene Field. Modern American Poetry
...But color ain't no difference when you see things at night! Once, when I licked a feller 'at had just moved on our street, An' father sent me up to bed without a...

2) Little Things by Orrick Johns. Jessie B. Rittenhouse, ed. 1922. The Second Book of Modern Verse
...That is very beautiful, beautiful indeed . And the soft March wind and the low March mist 5 Are better than kisses in a dark street kissed The fragrance of the forest...

3) Of Vicissitude of Things. LVIII. Bacon, Francis. 1909-14. Essays, Civil and Moral. The Harvard Classics
...There is no new thing upon the earth. So that as Plato had an imagination, That all knowledge was but remembrance; so Solomon giveth his sentence, That all novelty...

4) 148. Some Things Love Me. Thomas Buchanan Read. Yale Book of American Verse
...ALL within and all without me Feel a melancholy thrill; And the darkness hangs about me, Oh, how still; To my feet, the river glideth 5 Through the shadow, sullen,...

5) 120. Little Things. Orrick Johns. Modern American Poetry
...That is very beautiful, beautiful indeed. And the soft March wind and the low March mist 5 Are better than kisses in a dark street kissed. The fragrance of the forest...

6) The Ancient Beautiful Things by Fannie Stearns Davis. Jessie B. Rittenhouse, ed. 1922. The Second Book of Modern Verse
...Till it reaches the midnight s gate. And I hear his step on the path, 5 And his questioning whistle, low At the door as I hurry to meet him. He will ask, Are the...

7) Chapter 21. Tabooed Things. 11. Knots and Rings tabooed. Frazer, Sir James George. 1922. The Golden Bough
...Flamen Dialis at Rome had to observe, there was one that forbade him to have a knot on any part of his garments, and another that obliged him to wear no ring unless...

8) Chapter 21. Tabooed Things. 1. The Meaning of Taboo. Frazer, Sir James George. 1922. The Golden Bough
...But the savage makes no such moral distinction between them; the conceptions of holiness and pollution are not yet differentiated in his mind. To him the common feature...

9) more things in heaven and Earth, Horatio. The New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy, Third Edition. 2002
...more things in heaven and Earth, Horatio A phrase used by the title character in the play Hamlet, by William Shakespeare. Hamlet suggests that human knowledge is...

10) Melanctha: Each One as She May: Paras. 101-200. Stein, Gertrude. 1909. Three Lives
...Sometimes Melanctha would do some of these things that had much danger, and always with such men, she showed her power and her break neck courage. Once she slipped...

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