Monthly Archives: April 2014

More Than Dust

It was gray and cloudy. The man of bronze, ancient, Stood above the crowd, Hand gripping spear, aiming. The crowd mocked him, jeered, Hated him for his beauty, His proud self-confidence. They cursed him for the pride That none had … Continue reading

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He Has Wrought

Love of thought That leads to action He has wrought For his great passion. Now his hands Have shaped her body, Trimmed her eyes That look out cool-y. Lips and chin— He’s made them firmly; Smallish breasts En-rounded lovely. Glad … Continue reading

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Man’s Life

Man’s life is a vision made real By volition of he Who loves the facts of reality And guides his actions To a self-serving goal That orders his living And keeps him whole. He judges it good When he’s passed … Continue reading

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Man Is Awesome

Man-on-earth Day, Can-do Worth Day, Happy Birthday Human Race! Not just this day, Not just that day, For it’s each day That we face! Face with work-life, Face with drive-life, Keep alive life Making things! Things of highways, Things of … Continue reading

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With Open Eyes

When they say at the beginning That the odds are all against you, Only fools would dream of winning And your enemies will beat you, Hold a mirror to their faces, Let them look real hard, and pass, Huddling back … Continue reading

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LeChevalier! (Concerning Robert LeChevalier’s successful fight with brain cancer)

Though much within this world displeases, And freedom’s all but lost and gone, The mind will beat the brain’s diseases, And LeChevalier’s going on! Robb’s Monica has manned the fortress, Sees sharp with steely eyes the foe, Who shrinks into … Continue reading

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Silent Bells

She enters, says no word and sees no thing, But to her desk she goes and starts to write. I’ll not disturb her, and so I do not sing, And this goes on all day and into night. I rise, … Continue reading

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