Daily Archives: March 2, 2017

Poem – Although They Are

Although they are only breath, words which I command are immortal Advertisements

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Poem – Ode To A Love One

LEST as the immortal gods is he, The youth who fondly sits by thee, And hears and sees thee, all the while, Softly speaks and sweetly smile. ‘Twas this deprived my soul of rest, And raised such tumults in my … Continue reading

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Poem – Moonlight

The stars around the fair moon fade Against the night, When gazing full she fills the glade And spreads the seas with silvery light.

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Poem – Loneliness

Set are the Pleiades; the Moon is down And midnight dark on high. The hours, the hours, drift by, And here I lie, Alone

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Poem – My Handwriting

My handwriting is not calligraphic. Not following the rules of beauty, words stagger about, reeling, as if clobbered on the jaw. But you, the descendant, my textual critic, following on the heels of the past, take stock of those gales … Continue reading

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Poem – In Jest

Goodbye, fame! Put someone else in my niche. I’d swap a seat in the President’s jeep for a warm corner in a ditch where I could go soundly off to sleep. Oh, how I would unload my fears, pour all … Continue reading

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Poem – The Mail Cutter

The ice had not even begun to break, no boat could possibly sail yet, but the letters lay in a pile at the post office, with all their requests and instructions. Among them trying vainly to leave, in the scrawls … Continue reading

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