Monthly Archives: October 2013

To The Far Isle

The far-off isle of Individual Rights Awaits one star of man’s inner heights— That shooting Columbus, who will not fail To hit the mark with heroic “Hail!” And when that isle is touched at last Shall all man’s darkness die, … Continue reading

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The Sun Is On My Side

With dark-massed clouds spread wide o’erhead Day’s gray and dim and final hour Bursts suddenly into red flower As, right along the mountain’s edge, The sun strikes through “window”-break, Flaming joyous flames so strong The whole sky sings a rebel … Continue reading

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We, The People

Oh, who will walk the rebel walk along the road of pride, And who will talk the rebel talk and put false creeds aside? And who will shut down government, that freedom throws away, And who will judge the magistrate … Continue reading

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Last Sacrifice

The politicians of Mondeliban Sat and discussed who they should ban. The Rights said they’d not compromise; The Lefts were spouting righteous lies. The pressure was put upon the Rights Since they went talking all the night And using up … Continue reading

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October Goddess

October comes, with leaves red curling; Around your ears your orange curls ring. The blue of sky is cool, my darling, While eyes so true of you I sing. October shakes, and shrugs off summer; You lift bare shoulders and … Continue reading

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My Way

Here on this rocky height, Here in this darkest night, Heroes, arise and fight, Fight for your country! President anti-man, Anti-republican, Hating the rights of men And his own country! Down must Obama go, Down, we must bring him low; … Continue reading

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Singing Love

Love, my love, having waited for your love, Grows brighter here than all the stars above; Yea, brighter more than sunlight on the sea Shines your great love through all the might of me. Like lightning now are all my … Continue reading

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