Monthly Archives: August 2017

Out Of The Dark

Religion, it must end; Of man, it is no friend. For with its faith and force It plots a downward course. Good logic, it deems ill, Would kill man’s self-love will, Make joy a lasting vice, End all in sacrifice. … Continue reading

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Profit-Flame

Monopoly, my dear, of you, Is all the profit I pursue. Your money, honey, I want not, But all your kisses in my pot. With heart I’ll store, and then get more To stack and pile behind Love’s door. I’ll … Continue reading

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Teaching Ping-Pong

You play the ping, I’ll play the pong, And we will ping-pong all day long. Hold the paddle so—like this, And when you swing, if you do miss, You’ll owe to me another kiss. She swings, she misses—joy of day! … Continue reading

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Monopoly

I played a game with my Lady, It’s called Monopoly. I bought up many a little green house, She bought a big hotel, And we each bought two railroads—- The Reading, it ran well. I rolled the dice, thought it … Continue reading

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The Find Of The Two Self-Made (with apologies to Sir Walter Scott)

Half a year, half a year, Half a year onward, Lost in the valley of love, Lonely we wandered. Shown to me not, were you, I, but a name to you; Messages yet got through, On them we pondered. Poems … Continue reading

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It’s Positive

The hatred of evil is positive good, As loving the good is right. The death of the evil, its evil-hood, Is clearly a welcome sight. The best of the brave and the rational true, Are men who have love in … Continue reading

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Ability Wins

It’s true, O Man, These words, “I can” Express the best in you. Ability On earth and sea Is hard-core strength of you. The starry sky Is in your ken To test the fight in you; Ability, That’s bold and … Continue reading

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