Monthly Archives: December 2017

In Olden Days

Love that’s lasting, love that’s strong, Has inner mast’ry, inner song. In olden days when letters flew— One a month, from her to you— ‘T was thought alone that played the stage, The mind and spirit paid the wage. No … Continue reading

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Intensity of Passion

Intensity of passion may last long If loved and lover sing one single song. If words of hers are thoughts within his mind, If his deep dreams are always hers to find; If promises are kept, if lies are none, … Continue reading

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O Radiance

To say you are a gift would be not right, Though you have flashed on me such radiant light That overwhelmed am I by blindness rare That seems to see you every here and there, And yet I cannot catch, … Continue reading

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Looking at the Preamble to the Constitution

The first problem with the Preamble is the second phrase. It says, “in order to form a more perfect Union.” “more perfect”? There is no such thing. A perfectly fitting shoe does not lead you to ask the salesman for … Continue reading

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System Breakers

If you are born into a system, are You free to be the you you really are? If you’re a star in fixed position, are The other stars much better being far? How do you stand alone in “No-lone” zone? … Continue reading

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There are Optimists and there are Pessimists

Optimist: I can do it. Pessimist: I’ll probably fail, so why try? Optimist: Yes, ever so slightly, things are improving. Pessimist: It’s not looking much better; we’re wasting our time. Optimist: There’s a light at the end of the tunnel; … Continue reading

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Haikus

Taps Now you are in your big house; I in my little. The rain taps on both our doors. Taps on your big door seem soft; Hard on my small door. Oh, let the taps be your fist! _________________________________________ Impatience … Continue reading

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