Monthly Archives: February 2013

How?

“Oh, how did all get here?” he laughed, For every where there was a here, And every here was everywhere. The only thing that had no spot Was that no-thing, that had it not. Under valleys, back of mounts, He … Continue reading

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Begins Today

Today begins another song; Though it be gay, will not be long; But were it long, would be not dense, And packing much of common sense; But were too much, would be no more Than silver dropped upon the floor: … Continue reading

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It’s Better

In letters of gold Above your door I paint your name. It’s better be bold To love you more, Like sacred flame, Than wither in cold Far from your door In tameful shame.

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The Return

Oh, what does George Washington have to say Of this here blashemous President’s Day? “I am the President, the one, I say, Who never will your rights betray.” And what does George Washington have to teach Of traitor Obama’s acts … Continue reading

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What For

You said you are the one who wants me full, entire; And I said I want only your desire. You vowed you’re she who seeks to see my inner mind; And I vowed I would have you were I blind. … Continue reading

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The Steel Song

In the soft shades of morning Ere the sun makes his rise, When the wind is still lifeless And the birds give no cries, Farther off through the vapor That is hung like old rain, Comes the song of the … Continue reading

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That Moment

You walked across the wooden bridge and stopped right in the middle. You sent your sight along the shore, then out, across the river. You stood there calm, your face intent, as though not really seeing, And I did wonder, … Continue reading

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