Monthly Archives: September 2017

Clarinda, My Dove

“My darling Clarinda, Clarinda, my dear”— That’s what I am singing, And singing with cheer. My darling Clarinda, Clarinda, my dove, I’m singing and singing With all of my love! Your phone, it is jumping Right out of your hand; … Continue reading

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My Schemer

Oh, my beautiful dreamer, Your schemes, they thrill me deep, Though I have no idea If I’m awake, or sleep. Your pancake tricks do flip my mind; I laugh till I am re-aligned, And what’s to be or see I … Continue reading

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Caught By You

You cook, you sew, you do all things; You should be wearing Olympic rings. You make the beds, you mop the floor, You go to market, so much more; And when it’s very late at night, You write out poems … Continue reading

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Fairy Rain

You lie so snugly in your bed, A rain-cloud drips right overhead; Its drops tap on your windowpane. Sweet serenity of rain. Drip, drip, drip, and tap, tap, tap; You slip into your night-time nap. Tap, tap, tap, and drip, … Continue reading

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Oh, You’re Good

Oh, gentlest Lady I love so, I feel my arms around you go, I feel your sides, your strong, lithe back, I feel the soft solidness of you. I feel your cheek against my cheek, Soft, and warm, so soft, … Continue reading

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In Shangrila

In Shangrila, the women say, Their lovers love them every day; For every day’s a loving day In Shangrila. In Shangrila, the men say, too, Their lover’s love is always new; They kiss them till they’re kissed all through In … Continue reading

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Much Greater

We are much greater than a novel is; No novelist could think, or even write, The dear, sweet honest love that lives in us. There may be dreams that shine as nearly bright, But we are real, and nothing else … Continue reading

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