Monthly Archives: November 2011

We have The Truth

We have the truth: the source of all man’s woes—collectivism, thieving, hatred of greatness, murder, rape, religion—is fear of independence. All wars, all holocausts, all mass starvations, all massacres, are rooted in a man’s fear to think and act independently. … Continue reading

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Above The Curs

Obama the thug yaps, and yaps. The lover of nothing claps, and claps. Americans, reset your traps! Show anarchs wild that we are done, Put nasty nothings on the run; Reason’s heroes, raise the sun! Collectivists all yap and crawl … Continue reading

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Rising Up

Gray scattered clouds drift slow on by the rising sun; Fair yellow fellow brightens on the Wall Street he has won. The dollar sign has caught him, it flashes brilliant gold— Man’s true-love sign productive of all that’s great and … Continue reading

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O’er State and God

To live your life and take no chance, To spend your days without one dare, To eat and breathe and follow others, And not one selfish deed prepare—- That is to die before you live, To cease before you be. … Continue reading

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Enough

You are much more than much too much, And very, very, very much I love your loving lips to touch, And brush or crush in hush or rush, So very rightly, merry much, So lush, so lush, so lush, so … Continue reading

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All For All

I love you all I can …..and that is all; No more of me is yours …..but what is me. Time has not found …..a higher bliss; Expect no stronger kiss …..than what is this. Embraced in passion, …..or standing … Continue reading

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Unfair!

They wail, they cry, they shout, “Unfair!” Unfair that every letter is not “A”, Unfair that every month’s not easy May, Unfair their every word is not a song, Unfair that all their weakness is not strong. They hate the … Continue reading

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