Monthly Archives: September 2017

Pagoda Time

It’s only three stories high. Tiny pagoda. It is room enough for us. The first floor is for hugging. Tiny pagoda. It is room enough for us. The second floor’s for kissing. Tiny pagoda. It is room enough for us. … Continue reading

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O’er The Cliff

Our paths, they do not cross, But meet and bump into—A single path That’s made of me and you! And now, together, dear, We down our love-way steer, Four hands on wheel one, With sideways tugs for fun, As o’er … Continue reading

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Complete

Oh, catch me, catch me, catch me, Sweet; Come tie me down, bind up my feet; Put chains around my arms, each hand, Then kiss me till I cannot stand. I’ve run away with poetry, And she would be my … Continue reading

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How?

My love-dove lover wonders how, How can I be so passionate now? I answer, true love is not a game, Nor beast that’s wild, then calm-ed, tame. True love’s a burning, steady fire, A living force not wont to tire, … Continue reading

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One Inch

Clarinda, Clarinda, I’m feeling forlorn, Big clouds overhead, cold is the morn. You’re so far away, Day comes more gray, And what to my dearest Have I got to say? I send you my love, my sweet lover true, I … Continue reading

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In My Cups

Sweet buttercup, I lift it up, Smooth petals to my lips; If you were she I’d happy be; You, too, with up-up trips! I’d lift you up, True buttercup, And you would ne’er say no, But up and up, And … Continue reading

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Me, You!

If I’m a mountain, you’re the earth that lifts me high; If I’m a tree root, you’re my leaves that touch the sky; If I’m a rock-face, you’re solid rock inside of me; If I’m an island, you’re the wave … Continue reading

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