Monthly Archives: February 2014

Individual Beauty

An individual man went walking down the street With individual steps to an individual beat. Big groups were on each corner—the dems, repubs and gays, And blacks and Jews and Christians, and even groups of strays. They called on him … Continue reading

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Of Gold

Integrity and honesty Are standards very high; The one is true to principles, The other doesn’t lie. A standard should be solid, An absolutness sure, And never torn or fallen, But endlessly endure. If you would save a fortune Don’t … Continue reading

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A Carol

I sing of one Who’s always one, And never knows division; She’s like the sun That’s always sun And only has one mission: To be as he O’er land and sea, No shadow, but all shine, As she to me … Continue reading

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Carol (after a 15th century carol)

I sing of a maiden Who is matchless; Man of all men For her king she chose. She came all so strong Where he working was, As sun in April That pierceth through the grass. She came with strong song … Continue reading

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End of Ends

Life alone to life is ever pleasing, Never canc’rous ill or death appeasing; Joy alone to life is life’s own triumph, Love-of-life initial passion highest. Pride of pride to life is crown and glory, End of ends that rouses with … Continue reading

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Head of the Class

When there be men of back-bone few, When strong men are deplete; When no man seems sincere or true, Too many incomplete; When most are cowards, do not stand For principles or right, But shake another coward’s hand And to … Continue reading

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When A Tyrant

When a tyrant is branded a tyrant, And the people hate him, too, The end of his reign is apparent, The run of his rage is through. When men call a liar a liar, Tell schemers in fact, they do … Continue reading

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