Monthly Archives: August 2012

By KASIE HUNT

Yet the heroes never surpassd shall never return
Keeping fair with the customs, speaking not a syllable of itself
All sights, South, North, Eastall deeds, promiscuously done at all times
Sounds of the city and sounds out of the …

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Romney’s make-or-break night

Race of the woods, the landscapes free, and the falls!
Often unconscious, often evil, downfallen,
Mans desire and babes desire, Ill twine them in, Ill put in life
Not the pathfinder penetrating inland weary and long
Enough O deed …

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Isaac slams Louisiana

I loafe and invite my soul
As I flit through you hastily, soon to fall and be gone, what is this chant
Ah to sing the song of you, my matron mighty!
Coal-mines and all that is down there, …

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Obama’s storm warning

O my heart! O tender and fierce pangs, I can stand them not, I will depart;
Be not disheartend, affection shall solve the problems of freedom yet
Always a knit of identity, always distinction, always a breed of life …

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By PAUL ELIAS

Behold! thy fields and farms, thy far-off woods and mountains
You shall sit in the middle well-poisd thousands and thousands of years
Painted half his face and neck, his wrists, and back-hands
And with the mothers of families
Underneath …

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By PAUL ELIAS

But toward him there is something fierce and terrible in me eligible
You have not seen that only such as they are for these States
Perfume this book of mine O blood-red roses!
Awaking from her woes at last …

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Obama’s Europe fixation

O I see flashing that this America is only you and me
And along the shores, in mire now filld over came again and
My terminus near
A youth not seventeen years old seizd his assassin till two more …

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By JIM VERTUNO

You sturdy Austrian! you Lombard! Hun! Bohemian! farmer of Styria!
Jingling of loose change
May filter in my dally songs
Voices of children and women
Eclaircise the myths Asiatic, the primitive fables

Ribs, belly, backbone, joints of the …

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Polls Say Medicare

Plot and conspire
Obedience, compulsion, and to infidelity
Long, long I muse, then on my way go wandering
Leave me your pulses of ragebequeath them to mefill me with
Saw the reflection of the summer sky in the water …

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Ledbetter Baldwin

Land in the realms of God to be a realm unto thyself
Echoes, songs, what meditations, what vast native thoughts
Day full-blown and splendid-day of the immense sun, action
But haply for some sunny day who knows? some future …

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