Monthly Archives: October 2013

Summer Dawn

The wintry light is gray now, My hands are very cold, Yet burn I warm with passion For her I hope to hold. She said, “Meet me in day now, Alone there by the lake,” And I am warm with … Continue reading

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Triangle

The glittering rock stood on the height, With the lovely lake below. He stretched and strained with all his might, But not one inch could go. The lovely lake up to him smiled; She was yet fain he’d win, And … Continue reading

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Penthouse

Deep in things of beauty Sings a song that’s heard by few. Men nof integrity, My Dear, liken it to you. It sings itself, and so you sing, And we who hear are marveling. Through the greatest towers Rises pride … Continue reading

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When Justice…

When justice is not held to be The sacred root of society, Then tree meant to be evergreen Sheds falling leaves to realms unseen, And men who spread in wealth one day, The next are made themselves to slay. In … Continue reading

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I Will Win

My life is mine, In each part mine; It’s wholly mine And only mine— Each day of it, Each month of it, Each year of it. Each breath I take. Each step I make, Is for my sake. In my … Continue reading

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I, The Goddess, We, The Heaven

I stood up in the city square And said that God was mental air; Then Derrick, stood he, too, and said, “Your God is when your mind is dead.” And everyone did gasp and stare At we, who could not … Continue reading

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Yuko

Yuko’s cheery face Puts brown-red berries And red round cherries Out of, out of place! Delight is heightened, Today is brightened, Like petals light Asway with grace, And birds are tweeting Words of greeting, Singing, “Yuko, Yuko, Yuko’s face!”

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