Monthly Archives: September 2013

Marks On The Sky

In New York there is height upon height standing high, As the might of man’s work carves its mark on the sky, And the heaven of Hell is more gloriously strong Than the heaven of ghosts where no thinkers belong, … Continue reading

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The Good Book

You sat with a book and read; The rest of the world was dead. It glowed and flamed on your lap While everything else took a nap. The hero was thoughtful and strong; He overcame all that was wrong. You … Continue reading

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The Sculpture

The stone is still, it says no word; The sculptor’s will alone is heard, And to the mind and through the thought Of one who marvels what he wrought, A missive sings of untamed wings, Of youthful dreams and unquenched … Continue reading

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Singer

Song that is soul of you, Voice that is all of you, Spirit in melody Soaring so free, None have control of you, Joy wings up tall in you, Pride is your harmony Ringing so free! Friend in yourself you … Continue reading

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No!

It is No! It is No! It is No! No! to the men of dependence, No! to the governing frauds, No! to the altruists’ sacrifice, No! to the shifty-eyed lice. It is No! It is No! It is No! No! … Continue reading

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Rebellion

Greener than the sun, blacker than the moon, What is more fantastical than sparrows out of tune? A little boy of seven years is told by teach to kneel And pray to God with all his peers—he shouts, “God isn’t … Continue reading

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Alive

Silent the stars, silence on Mars, Foot-steppings there quiet as air. Hands of the robot pick up a rock, Break it in half, put it in stock. Men upon earth see what it’s worth; Shouting down there shatters the air! … Continue reading

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