Monthly Archives: May 2015

Selfish—a child’s poem

My mommy said I’m selfish; She told me I was right. I kept my toy and didn’t share; I’ll sleep with it tonight. My sister’s selfish also; She wins most every game. She never tries to lose one And me, … Continue reading

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Selfishly Moral

“Breathe for yourself, See for yourself, Think and act and be for yourself. Selfish, selfish, selfish! “Good and moral, True and right, Live for you both Day and night!” So Truth sang it, ‘Sang it strong; I have heard it, … Continue reading

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Taking Off

Keen sparrow cheeps without an end, The sun through leaves does shine; In swaying shade I’ve got it made, The start of day is mine. There’s no TV, no radio, No phone or I-pad near; The creek winds on in … Continue reading

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Splendor Sheer

Splendor sheer, O Shining Splendor, Man supreme Above the earth, Lit with strength Of sunlight flashing, High wide brow With eyes that see— All the world A shining glory, World that waits What he will be! Arms stretched out O’er … Continue reading

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Ego Light

May one man live for his own sake And take through life his mental light To brighten up his strong long way, And staying true to his set line Refine the code of his own mind And write himself the … Continue reading

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A Picture of an Artist

In simple splendor of herself alone She sees for sake of her own loved seeing; No selfless seeing is hers to atone, In simple splendor of simply being. Alive and quiet, with smile held in, She takes the shadows and … Continue reading

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Wish-For-It

Chip Chippy, the new Mayor, stood up in the town meeting hall and said to the audience of 200, “I have a great socialist principle: the principle is that all of us who make over fifty thousand dollars a year … Continue reading

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