Category Archives: Poetry

Reading “The Hobbit” to my little boy

I just finished reading The Hobbit to my little boy. It’s fitting, I think – isn’t it? That his first real book, “A chapter book” as he calls it, would be that one. Oh sure we’ve read Dr. Seuss and … Continue reading

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The Story of Two Minds

They say that together two minds are much better, a fact that I have known as true; And this my dear friend is the truth I defend as to why I am grateful for you; For success we’ve been praised … Continue reading

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The Measure of a Man

“That is it!” a man says to his son; I’ve done my part, and now my rest is won; To seek my peace in world that’s hard and cold; Of joy to find before that I am old. How to … Continue reading

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The Vict’ry For to Keep

Can you feign that there’s naught wrong with you? Lest your close friends begin to doubt you too; Can you endure, alone to bear the scar; Received from your oft fought clandestine war? Can you wake, to fill the morning’s … Continue reading

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Salute To The Dreams – A Poem

Salute to the dreams that were broken; In times as of yet undefined; The thoughts, were they God’s will bespoken? “Tis so,” said the men oft-opined. But uttered aloud words don’t flourish; Escaping men’s lips, power who seek; The ground, … Continue reading

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A Fictive Guild – A Poem

When hunger drafts its last foreboding claim; And those who tarried long, give up their shame; No place they’d found in lands where they were born; Short was their stay, and then the veil was torn. What lies beyond? That … Continue reading

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The Snowflakes – A Poem

‘Twixt hot and cold the snowflakes flit; Indifference seeking to acquit; Paradise lost? They could not say; They’d ne’er heard of it anyway. No cornerstone ‘pon which to moor; A’blown they’d been to irksome shore; Perplexing, foul, sinister – true? … Continue reading

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