Monthly Archives: August 2014

Oh, Fumigators!

Evil is ISIS, evil Islam, Different name, but one and same. In the history of our race Islam holds the lowest place; Lowest, chosen dark its depth; Hate of life and love of death. We must blow it out of … Continue reading

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An echo of Marlowe’s “The Passionate Shepard to his Love”

Come live with me and be my love And we will taste the pleasures of Glad coffee shops on bustling streets, With candy stores and all their sweets. Then we will sit upon the docks And watch the ships lie … Continue reading

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With Christa

When Christa swings paintings to waltz on her wall We cut in with joyance to judge one and all. The best really thrill us, and some are so great We’re lifted by passionate pleasure elate. Then, too, we praise Christa … Continue reading

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No Easy Kisses!

If you would find true man, my Miss, Then giveth not an easy kiss. Your world of love will fill with bliss If you will but abide by this. Then talk not much of Midas’ touch, Expecting heaps of gold; … Continue reading

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Lasting Youth

Your outward beauty has not held, my dear, But what you’ve in makes outward disappear. More wrinkles line your cheeks, time takes its toll, But age can run no ripples through your soul. Your hair is gray as twilight come … Continue reading

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If Any Flower…

If any flower of the land Should touched be by your hand I would in envy sigh, Why not a flower I? If fairest wind that blows Should wrap around your clothes, I would at once confess To yearn such … Continue reading

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If You Would Say Me…

If you would say me yea, my love, Then will I lay thee down, And we will make the hay, my love, Our gown of great renown. If you should say me no, my love, And make us wait till … Continue reading

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