“married to a lazy lover” Search Results
721 POETS FOUND
- Ava, 8 poems
- Azad, Abdul Ahad 1 poems
- Al Azad, Alauddin 2 poems
- Abid, Abid Ali 2 poems
- Naqvi, Mohsin 32 poems
- McGonagall, William Topaz 204 poems
- Toomer, Jean 21 poems
- Harrison, Tony 6 poems
- Dutt, Toru 9 poems
- Tolkien, John Ronald Reuel 38 poems
- Toplady, Augustus Montague 26 poems
- Tolstoy, Aleksey Konstantinovich 11 poems
- Tasso, Torquato 46 poems
- Torgersen, Eric 24 poems
892 POEMS FOUND
- Toot-Toot-Tootsie Good Bye (Well toot toot Tootsie goodbye toot toot Tootsie don't cry), Joe Rosochacki
- An Authentically Aware Altruist Adorns AP As Author Artist Always A-Musing And Anathema All Argument, Jonathan ROBIN
- Toḷu Toḷu Tolu Ranga Toḷannaḍai, Purandara Dasa
- Today's Decisions Tomorrow's Future, Mahfooz Ali
- Today's Insecurities, Tomorrow's Fate., Casandra Vice
- Totally Tout Apricot from Tot to Totter, Jonathan ROBIN
- . Lover's words as Lover dies., Kyle Hamp
- LAZYMAN'S WISE PRAYER, santhana louis
- a married phone, a married fear, Diana Kalitzin
- August Angels In The Sun: Queen Augustina's Disclarity & King Augustus' Silent Sejm [MOR 3-15], Ryan Scales
- Tick Tock...Tick Tock...Tick Tock, Victoria Ritchie
- Tomorrow’s Yesterday Is Today, Obed Akuma
- Today's low is Tomorrows high, Janice M Pickett
- Tortured, Tormented and Torn, Danny Speicher
989 SINGERS FOUND
- Army of Lovers 50 poems
- Artistst United Against Apartheid 1 poems
- Loverboy 30 poems
- Poetic Lover 9 poems
- Toe To Toe 1 poems
- Tom Angelripper And Onkel Tom 5 poems
- Total Touch 14 poems
- Aber......vom Singen Keine Ahnung 1 poems
- Adam And The Ants 43 poems
- Adam Ant 50 poems
- Aerosmith (armageddon Soundtrack) 1 poems
1 SONGS FOUND
- Married to a Lazy Lover, Auteurs
200 QUOTATIONS FOUND
Sir Walter Scott:
O Lovers' eyes are sharp to ...
Up a lazy river by the old mill ...
Every lover's lament has an element...
Nor jealousy Was understood, the ...
A lover's eyes will gaze an eagle ...
Lovers' quarrels are the renewal of...
talk of destiny talk of ...
Harriet Beecher Stowe:
Human nature is above all ...