Monthly Archives: January 2011

Guardian

Yes, I will stand on earth in selfish might And blast a missile from its New York site. I’ll keep the towers of each wealthy street As free from danger as their climb is right. Last night I levered steel … Continue reading

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The Parrot’s Robot

The robot was racing around the room, Chasing the cat with a yellow broom. The parrot was shouting, “Go, go, go! My, oh my, what a wonderful show!” The robot was crawling on hands and knees, Searching the floor for … Continue reading

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Steps

A man, for safe asylum, to a monestary went, And then said he was free from the rule of government. Year upon year he walks untroubled, free, Forty paces that way, and this way forty-three.

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Glorious Selfish Lovers

Glorious selfish lovers, Unite and fight for Reason’s height And ne’er in selfless lose your light But, egoistic, burn more bright And banish evil into flight. Then bring up day, and charge with cheer Triumphant hills of living here, Where … Continue reading

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Strike (a poem of the future)

“The Industrial Revolution!” American workers cry, Who’d rather earn their bread each day And plan their lives and save their pay, Than lie and steal and die. “The Industrial Revolution!” Our guilt-free bosses’ song, Who’d rather teach the willing man … Continue reading

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Forever

You are so fair for dwelling on, Forever so shall I dwell, Nor break in two the twining spell That binds my soul to you.

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Save The Children

Jane, a voter, liked Roy’s warm smile; His voice had authority and he came from Yale; The kind of a man who would not fail. She voted for him and his smart class style. Roy, the politician, forced others to … Continue reading

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