Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Symbol of Our Right

The man who keeps what’s his and pays less tax Should get men’s praise and not their cheap attacks. So when we see the glee of men who damn, We know there is not one of them a man, And … Continue reading

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We Are Heroes

Calm your eyes now meeting mine, Calm your brow and calm your lips; All days past of lonely strife Gone into a dying life. Death arises, claims the sun, Stands in triumph, one to one; Joy is laughing, knows not … Continue reading

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Love’s Voice

Glad your laughter reaches ears of mine Till I am lifted up fine and all aglow. Inside I shine almost to tears, so Glad your laughter. You speak, and I am lifted sure Till hearing I can bare endure, Yet … Continue reading

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O Deed of Man

Above the town, a-top the tower, We stand and look on man’s great power. Below us buildings rise to greet The sunbeams linking ’round our feet. Beyond them glitt’ring bridges lift Up cars and trucks in peerless gift, While smoke … Continue reading

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Man’s Something

The earth is nothing Without man’s something. With rocks of earth we strike our fires, We build our bridges, stand our spires; In earthly shoes we dance on earth, In cars of earth we drive on earth; Above the earth, … Continue reading

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Mrs. Selfish Laughs

When Mrs. Selfish went to town She never wore an anxious frown, But confidence, with half a smile, Went radiating half a mile. And people stopped, and at her gazed, So struck, and very full amazed, And when they turned, … Continue reading

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Do Not Say All’s For Naught

Do not say all’s for naught Before the battle’s fought, If there’s the slightest chance that you can win. In fighting for the right You’ll shine a guiding light, And others may come after where you’ve been. You quit, your … Continue reading

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