Monthly Archives: October 2016

The Queen of Beauty

The Queen of beauty sits upon her throne; She is more rich than gold or precious stone. Her face replaces sun and star and moon, And e’en her hidden thigh makes wand’rers swoon. Her eyes look out with luster none … Continue reading

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What Praise Of Beauty…

What praise of beauty poems can pay May none of duty’s pages say, But through the mind of joyous sight The live words wind around so right That pen and hand, in easy sway, Draw beauty’s crown with lines of … Continue reading

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Rani Day!

Rani, calm storm rising through pale noon on wings of purplish cloud spreading into bright red rose slow and steady, soul of spring and fall, pure substance of live worth. Rani, lightning flash, blinding wrong to make right, her mind … Continue reading

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Clouds I Have Wandered…

Clouds I have wandered with over the earth, Clouds of my boyhood when I, looking up, Felt one massive motion, sublime and serene, As I lay on the grass and watched, without dream, Just feeling you move ever surely through … Continue reading

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You

I watched a song move in your lips; I, in amaze. I felt light in your fingertips; I, in a daze. I kissed sure judgment of your face; Yes, it was true. I have won the highest place; Here, here … Continue reading

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In The Beginning

I said to young Joe, “Joe, I want you to imagine a god.” Joe asked, “What is a god?” “It doesn’t really matter. Just close your eyes and imagine a good old man.” “Okay.” “Now, Joe, does he have a … Continue reading

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Old-Time Halloween

The goblins and spooks Have put up their dukes, And now they are flailing around. A punch through the air— But no one is there! Just “Whoosh!” and a whispering sound. The witches are lazy, And half of them crazy; … Continue reading

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