Monthly Archives: May 2017

Old Love

“You are too gentle, ” she said, As he kissed her on her head. “You didn’t rip my clothes off And throw me on the bed. Where’s Rhett what’s-his-name From ‘Gone With The Wind’? For me you’re much too tame!” … Continue reading

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Back and Forth

The picture of your face and eyes and hair Has served me well; I like the you I see, And your sweet calm has passed inside of me, Where friendship such as ours stands strong and fair. Though lands and … Continue reading

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I Fall…..

O Light, O Light, O happy, happy Light! How like a butterfly of light to me! My spirit flutters wings at thought of thee! You were my Subject who now my Lady are, A butterfly that takes to sky so … Continue reading

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Queen Sun

I know of one I do not see; I’ve never heard her voice. How can she mean so much to me? Why does my soul rejoice? Am I demented? Am I mad? Invisible does make me glad? Imagination has no … Continue reading

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Tame May

A wild beauty passed one day And coyly glanced and smiled, But I was off to see tame May Whose wit had me beguiled. Then Raving Beauty tossed her hair— ‘Twas wonderful to see! But I kept on straight up … Continue reading

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As Deep

Respect can be as deep as love can be. Though most men crave for love and love and love, And yearn for passions turning into fire, A cool mind’s calm respectability Is like a mountain capped with snow above, That … Continue reading

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You

You, you, you’ve got inside of me, And I can’t get you out. Oh light, light, light that I can’t see, My heart of light, without a doubt, A gold star welded fast in me That with deep weight yet … Continue reading

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