Monthly Archives: September 2014

I Took Your Breath

I took your breath into my mouth And all my soul went south; Now in warm lands of circled arms I stand and feel your charms. I’m traveling nowhere but right here To hear your whisper, clear, That tells me … Continue reading

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Hymn To Man

For all this time since human life began With glowing rhyme come praise the mind of man. His thought appears through all he steers, His works are sharp and bold; He plows the lands on which he stands, The seas … Continue reading

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Field Of Pansies

Soft, how soft, feel the pansies faces; Soft on lips and on eyelids closed. Fall’n have I after several races Down in victory light reposed. You come after and bump against me; Laugh, exhausted, breathing so fast. Tied at two, … Continue reading

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Along The Shore

Slow, how slowly, through the heavy fog, Moves the boat; as gray, as gray as fog, Slow does float. And no, there is no sound, No one’s around. Like some huge log On the boat goes, a pictured breath Drawing … Continue reading

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Love’s Riches

The sun goes to nightward at your bright return; The sky, it grows darker as your gray eyes burn; The wind’s kicking higher and the stars twink weak As walk you on up, now, with the wealth I seek. With … Continue reading

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The Happy Singer

When O’s of silence steal on your ear And round you turn—but naught is all you hear; When wind is nil, and nothing nothings sigh, And all the world is darkness where you lie; Then ‘magine me a-struggling with my … Continue reading

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O, Were I…

O, were I bracelet on your wrist A-jingling by your side, I’d ring a tune to get me kissed By your sweet lips of pride. A simple thing, with ding and ding, To pay you with delight, Then would I … Continue reading

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