Monthly Archives: April 2017

A Voice So Fair

A dazzling light has burst upon my mind, Turned liquid gold, and poured through all my veins. I hear clear bell ringing sweet, clarified, Claiming me entirely with strains Made out of laughing stars and twinkling song, Which sings in … Continue reading

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Combine, Unite!

Oh, lovers of the world, unite! Unite to love and unite to fight! To love the good, to fight the wrong, To save your loves with life-love song! There’s evil men who live to hate; Crush them, stamp them—out of … Continue reading

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Croooak!

I knew a sweet girl who sang like a frog; She took her to market to buy her a log. For frogs she knew, croak at their best When they’re at home and are merriest. She threw her log in … Continue reading

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My Crime

I smiled, was happy, until you kissed me, Sweet, But now such discord lifts me off my feet, So I can’t know how high I am from ground And dizzy grow from such sweet kissing sound. I wander in a … Continue reading

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Charm of the Day

She walked along without a song but one that sang inside her. Her heels did ring, her arms did swing—bright-eyed, the world before her. Each step a lift, each swing a gift, to he who turned to sight her. That’s … Continue reading

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After Viewing A Drawing

Fair model stood naked womanhood, Smooth skin glowing, firm breasts free, Then through a glass the sun did pass, Sharp and bold, this height to see. Her shoulder glanced his blade, But bolder she was not afraid; Took his looking, … Continue reading

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Croak!

“Croak,” sang the frog, As he leaped through the air; “Croak” sang the katydid— What? Didn’t hear? “Croak,” sang the worm As he shriveled on ground, And we see there is croaking Wherever it’s found! “Croak,” sang the frog As … Continue reading

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