Monthly Archives: January 2015

A New Day

A new day is here, I see, Demanding something new from me. If I can do it, make it fine, I’ll know today is truly mine. So I will do my best to be A maker of my day for … Continue reading

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Time Together

The greatest time of year, my dear, Is when we are together, here. So keep together all the year, We’ll both together get to be The longest great in history! And year on year we’ll go on great, Our love … Continue reading

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Timeless

I know full well that beauty cannot last; No flower springs but falls into decay; But in my mind your beauty’s never past— Life’s rose you are of my love’s lasting May. I know that wrinkling time each face does … Continue reading

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Star-Maker

Dear woman, dear woman, dear woman, my dear, You so, so much at the stars do peer If I were them I’d look back, too, To keep the sun within my view. To keep the sun, with hair of gold, … Continue reading

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Down and Up

On down, and down, and down, The deadly demons go; And down, and down, and down, To their last overthrow. The priests and all their peoples, The churchmen and their steeples, The nuns and all their crosses, The Moslem gangs, … Continue reading

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Desire

Upon the hills of my love’s breast the lamplight falls; On up the hills of my love’s cheeks it starts to rise; From bridge of nose to forehead up it goes, While in between I see¬†bright sparks of¬†diamond eyes. A … Continue reading

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Olympus

Turn the handle, the water flows; Flick the switch and daylight glows; Spin the wheel and around you steer, And you’re the god of all that’s here! Press the button and walk into A rising space that climbs up true, … Continue reading

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Liar Obama

Obama the Liar lies some more, Adding to lies that he lied before. Who will believe him? None but they Who want to take all you have earned away. Liar, liar, pants on fire, When will the liar’s lies expire? … Continue reading

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When Mohammed Goes Dancing

When Mohammed goes dancing with Allah, his bride, All the mules and the donkeys are laughing inside, For his beard, it is dangling, and wraps round their feet, And on into the pig-juice they tumble so neat. And it’s then … Continue reading

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Oh, For A Man

Oh, for a man of moral fire To tell Obama he’s a liar! Face to face to speak, contemning, To an evil bastard who’s earned an ending. From moral judgment to damning curse, The final say of the whole universe! … Continue reading

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The Whole World

I see you in each bird, each flower, each tree, I feel your arms in wave-crests of the sea; Your fingers pull my hair in breeze’s rush, Your lips press on my lips in starlight’s hush. The earth beneath my … Continue reading

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Breath Is More

The pen is mightier than the sword, The pencil than the gun, The thought that leaps than the bombs that stun, The self that creates than the beasts that desecrate. The hero is more than the virus, The wise man … Continue reading

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Set, Dead Eyes

These terrorists, with their set, dead eyes, In which no spirit lives but death-fed lies, They’re nothing human, but are something naught, A double zero by a zero wrought. These terrorists, each with dead, dull face, A-yearning daily for a … Continue reading

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Sailor (the little girl who lost her parents in a plane crash)

O Sailor, Sailor, O sweet brave Sailor, Though bad wings’ failure has wrought dread death, O Sailor, Sailor, O sweet, sweet Sailor, May life blow through you her love-strong breath. May suff’ring touch you not hard forever, May tragedy reach … Continue reading

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