Monthly Archives: October 2018

Saucy Soul

Such beautiful poems I wrote last year For you, and only you, my precious dear, With love so genuine, deep and true, And my whole soul in love with you, And every thought and feeling said I love you from … Continue reading

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The Reasons

Pleasure of eyes and of lips and of hands, Of the mind that seizes and understands That the joy of the senses bears no ill To the hands that take for the spirit’s fill, As the lips of two lovers … Continue reading

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Crack!

Oh, the day was hard and the hours long, And the ringing hammers all our song, But with steel we spoke till the rocks were broke— With steel bars and muscle, And an aim of mind that was not kind … Continue reading

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At Kilchurn Castle

At Kilchurn Castle in days gone by, When clouds swept down ‘tween mount and sky, Remember, then, we took a boat— So easy on that lake to float— And out with swans did oar our way, So glad for such … Continue reading

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Columbus

Columbus in the soul of man Is soul of progress, too. If you would do the best you can Let heroes sail in you. Be not dismayed by those who doubt The light of progress new; Your dreamer’s flame will … Continue reading

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My Next Door Neighbor

My next door neighbor was so fair I couldn’t pass her on the stair, But only stopped to stare and stare! Then she went down as up went l, My heart a-pound, my head in sky, Till right behind the … Continue reading

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Poetry

Still, so still. Ten seconds, twenty. She’d read and spoke the words. They were—everything, more than that! On her tongue they’d been, In her ears, her mind. She knew they were now a part of her. Knew it without knowing. … Continue reading

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