Monthly Archives: January 2017

Happy Worth-Day to Nehemiah Leftwich

Oh, Nehemiah Leftwich is a civilized man; Fine music, fair flowers, old stonework, clear views, Rich coffee smooth-poured like some happy good news (All these wonders he shows us whenever he can— His loves of a lifetime, delights of a … Continue reading

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Number One

When Praise has found a thing to praise He cannot whisper low, But out must sing, and loudly shout, Must spin and leap and whirl about, Throw flowers up in air most high And point his praises through the sky! … Continue reading

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My Choice

In Flor There’s more— Her voice, Rejoice! Sweet spear of song So tender strong, So smooth and pure, For sure amor, My hearing dear I’m living for! There’s more In Flor; My choice— Her voice!

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Songburst

So soft and so sweet, and so tender and true, You know when Flor’s singing she’s singing to you, And though I’m a stranger she might never see I know when Flor’s singing she’s singing to me. To you and … Continue reading

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Punches

A huge dark cloud, like a giant’s fist, Punched low across the sky. One rain-drop fell on our lips that kissed, While the wind roared on by. A lone gull wheeled, its white wings bright, Soaring so light and free; … Continue reading

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Cause and Effect

Joe Smith decided he was going to do something about cancer. So, early Sunday morning he walked out of his house carrying a sign with the words, “Down With Cancer” on it. Then he marched right into the middle of … Continue reading

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Two Songs

These two poems by Brian Faulkner were written about 20 years ago. Lead singer: Kevin Stonerock, also on the guitar.

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