Monthly Archives: March 2013

Say Your Say

Spring, asleep yet while the winter wanes, King of sleep, with no nightmarish dreams, Turns his radiant brow of living fire, Burning softly with unconscious glad desire, Toward the west wind’s hidden home of sweet warm light. Then he wakes, … Continue reading

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Its Best

The fall breath of the sky is a spring-wind for lovers whose speech Fully pressures the tips of their fingers light-shaking of fires To in-seek four live lips of the storm-surge of shy-faced desires Quick en-lit into being and glad … Continue reading

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Star-Song

Out upon the smooth-night waters, In our little rowing boat, Shines the moon and all her daughters While so languidly we float. Oh, I say, it’s so romantic; All the stars sing soft and true. You can hear them in … Continue reading

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The Man

As winter rushes and pushes o’er mountain and prairie, Fulfilled with delight and mad gladness to bury The towns and the roads, and the people who worry, Under blankets of white whirling fast in a flurry, A man stands still … Continue reading

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First Dandelion

First dandelion of the year, So unexpectedly you’re here! Along the sidewalk as I pass You bunny pop right through the grass! Where’s your brother? Not another? Only you so very bold? What a flower! How you tower With such … Continue reading

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Cookies, Anyone?

The robber rolled into the bank And strolled up to the teller; His gun, it was a cookie-gun, But that he didn’t tell her. Ne’ertheless, she wouldn’t give, Said he would have to kill her. But she so sudden changed … Continue reading

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Love’s Innocent Sex

Not below, not afar, not above, In my body of sexual love For the love-loving being of you Where the wonderful take that is true Flows in passionate pleasure so right That we share with divinest delight All the highest … Continue reading

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The Wonder

All thine is the glory of sunset that shines as it dies With the glow of imperial light that is morn In the sight of thine eyes. All mine is the joy of the seeker who sighs with delight As … Continue reading

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I Saw A Flock

I saw a flock of pigeons flying, Around did sweep and dive; Then off flew one all by himself, Above the town to thrive. He soared beyond the buildings tall, And out, across the land; Then on, until he was … Continue reading

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My Shadow

My shadow-line along the wall Says I’m a man who’s very tall. It stretches upward ten feet high, Although I’m only five-eight, I. And yet inside I feel its truth— I’m like a giant elder youth— For could my song … Continue reading

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Our Splendor

Two splendrous blazing stars are we That beam and flare supremely far Separately, more sun than sun In glorious strength of brightness rare That fewest men would ever dare, Exalted past all time and space, Sublime in our magnificence, And … Continue reading

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The Light

She was a flick’ring flame of rain That kicked the earth And bounced shimmeringly through air To light upon a leafy tree And sparkle there with such intensity I could not help but reach my hand And shake a happy … Continue reading

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Guiding Light

The far-off Island of Atlantis is not of towers high, It hasn’t walls of thickest stone, nor sentries strolling by. All day and night there is no fright, and calmness there does reign, For all men work with all their … Continue reading

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Man Is Master

O earth and sky and light, you wondrous three, That rouse and urge and ask the questing best of me To fan with reas’ning might the glory birth began, I grasp you now with my woke soul and mind And … Continue reading

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