Monthly Archives: February 2016

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The Tree

The little brown sparrow, With his tan brown breast, Hopped into the old dead tree. And there he chirped and tweeted As lively as could be. There were no leaves, Each branch was dry, And yet that tree was living; … Continue reading

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Is It Time?

Is now the time for giant wing-ed Spring To swing her ever wid’ning wings up high And waft out very far dark clouds of rainy Sleet to sea, where they may sink again? Is now the time, and this the … Continue reading

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Let Winter Die

Winter’s hands are icy cold; Winter’s breath doth freeze. Burst, O Spring! Jump! Be bold! Tackle Winter at his knees! “Foul!” he’ll cry, But let him die; His time for play is done! “Not fair,” he’ll plead, But fair, indeed, … Continue reading

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Get Out!

Go on, I say, get out, get out! All selflessness, go die! You’ve been a part of man too long; Time now to say goodbye! O earth, how can you stand it, That men should selfless be? Man’s self, so … Continue reading

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The Forbidden Song

I will praise aloud the man of competence; The master of hard things I will exalt. The man of independence I will gladly cheer; He, inventor of invention, is his own hero. I will laud the objective scientist; The discoverer … Continue reading

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Her Songs Are The Songs, a tribute

There are thirteen songs in Alexandra York’s book “Over The Years.” She wrote the lyrics. John Massaro wrote the music. The scores are in the book—to be followed, played or sung. Her songs are the songs Of the lovers who … Continue reading

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