Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Ksenia-Belle

The Ksenia-belle is such a flower It seems to swell in icy shower; Its petals gold ’round center white Shine silent laughter day and night. Within that white its two dots blue Through winter’s cold beam warm and true. Siberian … Continue reading

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In Touch

Some say government’s out of touch; I wish that it were so, But government touches everyone, And that is all our woe. It touches with a greedy hand That takes our health and wealth; The claws of it with laws … Continue reading

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Judgment Rolls!

Falls the just judgment on Obama—“Evil!” Like a rock gigantic falling on a twisted weed Falls the judgment on Obama—“Evil!” On Pelosi, Boehner, Reid, Putin and Islam—“Evil!” On the nihilists, ecologists and all their lying crew—“Evil!” On the anti-individualist haters-of-freedom—“Evil!” … Continue reading

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The Welcome Rain

The large dark clouds roll over the hills, The bare, stark hills that thirst and are fain For the large dark drops to fall down and stain The stark, bare hills that in thirst remain. And the dark, large mass … Continue reading

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King Fool

The King knelt near his royal stool, Shiv’ring, quiv’ring, looking out On snow and ice clogged all about. “Global warming, this is,” chirped the Fool. The King crawled toward his mirror And the Fool crawled ever nearer.

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Swallow Whole

You cannot walk on water, But better, you can ski; To Jesus your new motor boat Would be a mystery. The film techniques we’re using Would be beyond his ken, Though many are confusing The minds of foolish men. You … Continue reading

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