Monthly Archives: September 2019

It’s When, My Dear

Oh, when, my dear, oh when, you come a-walking up the road, Then everything that heavy was is now no more a load. Yes, I was bound in heaviness, for you I didn’t see, And this long way was heavier … Continue reading

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Slow

The light of life is in her face tonight. Oh, hours, go slow! There goodness shines, and all is fair and bright. Time, don’t move! No! Her lips declare that gold is ruby red. I kiss them, yea! Treasure’s in … Continue reading

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To Be A Wake Thing

Beijing is a slay thing, A no face thing, A base thing. It needs re…place…ing With men of justice, Lovers of freedom, Speakers of truth— To be a wake thing, Bright light breaking, A human song Soaring, soaring, soaring, Like … Continue reading

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Off To Choreland

Easy resting with a smile, Every chore you can beguile— To be a little easier, And such good thing to do, That all the chores will clap their hands And say, “Dear Nancy understands The reason we are here, And … Continue reading

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Our Balcony

My Juliette and me, We have our balcony, And I walk by and wave To she who is so brave In waving with a smile That is her happy style. This Juliette and I, This fancy of my eye, We’re … Continue reading

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My Nandal

My Nandal’s hair is soft, I swear, And light as light, my Nandal’s hair. Against her ear I kiss it oft, Where there it waits my breath, not rough. My Nandal’s eyes are brown-gold-brown, Straight, or sideways, upside down! And … Continue reading

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