Monthly Archives: February 2012

Take, and Climb

When first I heard you speak to me I fell in love with melody, And when I saw your breast arise I felt blithe rhythms in my eyes, Then when you sang that soaring note All mornings poured up through … Continue reading

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My Business

Soft sunlight’s proud upon your brow, Sweet nuggets of your eyes shine true; Now I’m a mining company With profitable work to do. The gold I seek is in your cheek, Your ivory teeth do gleam; I’m miner, and I’m … Continue reading

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The High Note

Her slender song of silv’ry throat Steers way way high its cloud-break note. If sun could hear he’d faint his light Till her noon voice was lone thing bright. I fail, I fall, I’m drowned in song, And still alive, … Continue reading

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Ayn Rand’s Birthday, Feb. 2, 2012

Your birthday, ‘bove all life-loved days that we do praise most high, Though lesser than those greater days when you stood straight man’s “I”, With cheering thoughts we celebrate, with calm, proud words we sing, The starting you who could … Continue reading

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Ayn Rand

Today’s the day we celebrate The one who put herself in “great”. She felt no fears and had no fate, But saw one end as her true friend— Heroic soul that would not bend, With worshipping from in her sent … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday! Ayn Rand

Happy Birthday! Ayn Rand, Happy Birthday to you! For the birthdays we missed Sing we ever so true. Though you’re now out of reach You have touched us with light, And your words, they still teach To have trust in … Continue reading

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