Monthly Archives: November 2016

Religion Is…

Religion is a vision of man lost in pain, Unless he sacrifice his every joyous gain; Religion is a vision of man crawling, dread, For having used one thought of his own head. Religion is a hunger for man’s full … Continue reading

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Castro Cast Out!

Yes! Now is Castro cast out for his crimes! Yes! Though e’en death holds his nose at the stink of his spirit, While he shoves him far down out of sight Where the red teeth of Mao and of Stalin … Continue reading

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Work’s Philosophy (after Shelley’s “Love’s Philosophy”)

The smokestacks mingle with the bridges, And the bridges with the highways; The lights of towers, up the ridges, Twinkle through the skyways. Though creations here are single, All keen works by man’s design Combine in joy and mingle. Why … Continue reading

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In The Wind

Flowers of freedom, where have you gone? “Off in the wind we are scattered.” Is no petal left for our dreaming upon? “Off in the wind we are scattered.” “We are gone, we are flown, we are hid and unshown; … Continue reading

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In A Clutch

In the day, in the day, In the day, day, day, I am good, I’m alive, I’m okay! And I say in the day, In my single-tary way, Gone is night, oh delight, out of sight! Now there’s clouds in … Continue reading

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And Poof!

When all the world awaits your fall And you stand straighter, grow more tall, Will you forget it, even then, The anger of these envious men? Or have you seen, beyond their rage, As footlights hold you center stage (Yet … Continue reading

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Apelles

Apelles, great Greek master of art, Painted Aphrodite rising from the sea. She rose, the canvas now burst apart, And placed the world at his knees.

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