Monthly Archives: October 2011

Selfish Wealth of Life

Consuming you all way around and through With lips and mouth and tongue made young From loving strength and pride of you I am, too, consumed and stung, And lifted up here leaping/lying. With mortal flesh immortal flying, As on … Continue reading

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Clearest Mist

“I saw her face and I ascended”— So the classic song does say. I’ve seen your face and I am blended With Paradise in all its May. Glad stranger, I, to thing so strange; It all my mind does re-arrange. … Continue reading

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Ye Men of Higher Nature

Surrounded by steel and concrete, They say my life is dull; “If you would grasp pure nature Your life would be so full.” But rational thoughts work for me, Support and bear and lift, And I am always thankful For … Continue reading

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Selfish Rights

No rights for me means none for you; No rights for you means none for me. If we’ve no right of property we have no right to be. No right for me is wrong for you; No right for you … Continue reading

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He Was One

He stood high up, near the small cave. He had climbed where none had dared And now no one would he save. They shouted, “Selfish!” He didn’t care. They threw rocks and missed by a mile. The lion came and … Continue reading

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The Selfish Sun

They call me selfish and glorify my name; They say I’m egotist, I egoist remain; I’m too serious, self-centered, out of touch With others. Glad I am (and very much) That such are not my brothers. I think too much, … Continue reading

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Aluminum Smile

Steel I-beams are your eyes That never bend in fear; Steel strong of your hard soul That stands true beauty here. Beauty solid, full self-made, That glitters challenge high— Fast star winking hard as day That hero dares to fly. … Continue reading

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