Monthly Archives: March 2014

Aphrodite, The Goddess

Aphrodite, the truest goddess of beauty, Banishes those who think love’s a duty; Bans all the pitiful, bans all the weak, Bans the Platonic, pretending to seek. Only sincere ones, with earthly desires, Coaxes she closer with lip-kindling fires. Kisses, … Continue reading

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Only Me

Again the sun arises, Another first; I open eyes and swallow, And quench my thirst. I part from night, am thankful That I can see; There’s no one to be thankful to, But only me. I open lips for singing, … Continue reading

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All But Dead

To attend Barbarian Branden’s funeral And to not damn the wretch deprave, To speak not aloud of her treachery, Nor to spit on her pitiful grave, Were attending one’s own dark funeral, And piling up dirt on one’s head, And … Continue reading

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Wants It All

Spring comes calling, who will hear? Freedom’s falling, year by year. Birds are singing, flowers rise; Freedom’s closing both her eyes. Touch her with your fingers strong; Wake her with your spirit’s song; Feed her soul with spring of youth; … Continue reading

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Still Standing

The Brandens went, Now Harriman, too, On treachery bent, Base things to do. Innocent Rand And Peikoff, he, Ne’er guessed the depth Of treachery. But self-destruction Follows sure And kills the soul in Snakes un-pure, While living towers Two, still … Continue reading

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Byonce

Slow and half-languorously she slides her body ’round, And draws her fingers ‘long her arms as if they were profound, Then smiles a smile of emptiness in which no soul can live, Not joy, nor love, nor anything that living … Continue reading

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Lit

I see your hands bewitch the keys, Surrender they gay notes to please. A graceful rise, a sudden pounce! True majesty as climax mounts! A crashing roar, and then, no more, As gentle fingers trip to shore. You trembling sit … Continue reading

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