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The phrase Is an anagram of


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It is a: What force and strength cannot get through I with a gentle touch can do; And many in the streets would stand, Were I not, as a friend, at hand.


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@Glorfindel has found the answer and explicited the second stanza, here is an explanation for the first one: One of us – largest outside polar regions; Another one's island's shared with Indonesians; a third one is found at the edge of the first, a break from the dryness to quench people's thirst.


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The poem is about One of us – largest outside polar regions; another one's island's shared with Indonesians; a third one is found at the edge of the first, a break from the dryness to quench people's thirst. One of us separates Swedes from the Finns; one – lake with skiing, casinos and inns; one's a dry place near where Mongol herds graze; one flows ...


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Partial Answer One of us separates Swedes from the Finns; one – lake with skiing, casinos and inns; one's a dry place near where Mongol herds graze; one flows where born was a writer of plays.


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I think answer is What I assume for each line. I wear a jersey of wonders, And many a times I make wonders. I often take risk(s), But I always remain brisk. I am from a team that roars, At the end, you can't stop me getting scores! At the end I become fierce as a storm, But other than this I remain calm!


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My infix is somewhere in the Middle East, My prefix annoy and make you muddy, My suffix a line, peculiar at least. And I, concealed, is what you see! My prefix on the road, is not an island, My infix is three dots on the left. My suffix is to Anglo-Saxons, an island. And I, and I, when would I come back?


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The final answer is And the poem is typed twice because and the last line of the poem does not rhyme because "My start isn't hers" was the initial giveaway for me: But I contain everything! Every joy, every woe. I'm ever expanding, becoming more than I was. Throughout me, I'm studied. I'm hated. I'm cleared. I'm forgotten, remembered, despised, and ...


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I think you are an My infix is energy, My prefix a curve. My suffix full of honey, And docs I preserve. My prefix a curve, My infix entering through vein. My suffix is earth, And I am where records remain.


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The person is Comedian's hollow lies 'bout the bottom of the lake: "The head of the snake with a ring in day's break". Put together


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