Monthly Archives: May 2016

Lunch!

As I stood on top of the city And looked way down to the street I saw Jill riding her bicycle— Gold dot to me so sweet. She stopped, raised black to her eyes; I looked through my binoculars, So … Continue reading

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Lunch!

As I stood on top of the city And looked way down to the street, I saw Jill riding her bicycle— Gold dot to me so sweet. She stopped, raised black to her eyes; I looked through my binoculars, So … Continue reading

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Oh, Mockingbird

Oh, Mockingbird, where are you now? I need your varied song. Red Robin keeps repeating—how! His liquid notes too long! He’s more like a machine, oh yes! The same thing o’er and o’er! While your top tunes are happiness None … Continue reading

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Raggles (with a debt to O. Henry)

Friend Raggles was a poet, But sure he did not know it; He lived every line he never wrote. No lyric passed his tongue, No verses there were sung, But everything he did was one great quote. He loved the … Continue reading

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Socialism Succeeds!

I get tired of hearing how socialism fails. People smart enough to know better keep bringing in the standards of wealth, health, peace and happiness and go on to show that socialism fails to achieve these ends. On the contrary, … Continue reading

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To A Writer

To love your life sincerely, true, To love it way down deep in you; To keep your flame of will alive, And through all strife to flash and thrive; To wave your shining pen in air— Your own free line … Continue reading

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No Change

I deny that climate ever changes; From cold to hot it ever does hold true. Its up and down it never re-arranges; Its calm and fierce, its gray skies and its blue. Most constant are the warming, cooling breezes. More … Continue reading

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