Monthly Archives: October 2015

Your Evening Briefing

Young man I think I know youI think this face is the face of the
O all and each well-loved by me! my intrepid nations! O I at any
Underneath all, Nativity
Rich as a sunset on the Norway …

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Winning Isn’t Everything

Where the men and women think lightly of the laws
If we go anywhere well go together to meet what happens
Never must you be divided, in our ranks you move united
None shall be slighted, none but shall …

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Two Americans Make

The dark threw its patches down upon me also
What think you I take my pen in hand to record?
Of years answers
As a strong bird on pinions free
Many a changeful season to follow, and many a …

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Jerry Jones wants

Just as you are refreshd by the gladness of the river and the
Een as I chant, lo! out of death, and out of ooze and slime
Rouse up my slow belief, give me some vision of the future …

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Two Americans Make

The wife, and she is not one jot less than the husband
Whose air I breathe, whose ripples hear, lave me all over
Orgies of young men
A windrow-drift of weeds and shells
Me toward the Mexican sea, or …

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Your Weekend Briefing

Yet a moment O tender waiter, and I return,
Or stand under trees in the woods
Up from the east the silvery round moon
Rude forts appear again, the old hoopd guns are mounted
With the countless torches lit, …

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Lululemon’s Kumbaya Capitalism

Lo, I too am come, chanting the chant of battles
Like lightning it lept forth half startled at itself
Lo, soul, seest thou not Gods purpose from the first?
Electric, pensive, turbulent, artificial
Marking through these and after all, …

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5 Biggest Snubs

By the jamb of a door leans
I pass to snow-white hairs the same, and give to pulses
Give me, give him or her I love this quenchless faith
Good-byeand hail! my Fancy
Ended the stately rhythmus of Una …

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Cleaver revives push

Convict no more, nor shame, nor dole!
Lands bathed in sweeter, rarer, healthier air, valleys and mountain cliffs
Examine these limbs, red, black, or white, they are cunning in
And encloses the world
Vivas to those who have faild! …

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2 Chinese Diplomats

Cleaving, as he watches
High-piled farm-wagons, and the fruits and barns
Nor the young woman who died and was put by his side
Each comes in state with his train, hangman, priest, tax-gatherer
Some parturition rather, some solemn immortal …

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