Monthly Archives: November 2016

Morning Hymn

In the worship of man We arise and we stand, And we raise up our voices so great That the worship of man Vibrates heartbeat and hand As we stand in our self-hood elate. In his reason supreme He is … Continue reading

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Praise Man

Praise Man from whom all blessings flow, Praise all inventions he doth show; Praise rocket-ships he flings up high, Praise all his towers standing by; Praise thought and word and deed of he Who banishes evil slavery; Praise man’s heroic … Continue reading

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The United Hates Of America

The dictator shouted to the students, “The people, undivided, one, When tied by me are puppets hung!” The puppets echoed back, “We puppets, undivided, Will always be united!” The dictator shouted again, “The people are the puppets, The puppets are … Continue reading

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Comparisons

Some say man’s life is short, Compared to a turtle or tree; But I say it is long Next a bird, a dog, or a bee. Some say man’s life ain’t great Compared to the stars o’er-head; Yet there is … Continue reading

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Painting Day

You scraped some old paint off the door; I put spackle in holes in the wall. We took a break, smoked cigarettes, Then back to work we cheerly went. You scraped and swore at something hard; I sang “Home On … Continue reading

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Thankful

On this Thanksgiving Day we’re thankful for: A roof above, below, a floor, A window clean, a solid door, And medicines that ease our pain, And shining sun and drops of rain, And we’re not walking ‘cross a plain Through … Continue reading

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At Last It Is!

Pomenotas sang, in early Greece, Of the rise of man and the gods decrease. He sang alone and no one heard, But one, just one, caught his every word. Ashaitha she, of the golden lyre; Its strings were made of … Continue reading

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