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Partakers and Passersby – A Palindrome

Partakers and passersby, Words on eve, and damn A descending world Of beauty as love ’n Intellects wander. Of born child and woman, Man, too: Will good need renewing? Gone, days of old, Shivers past earth on. Pièce de résistance, … Continue reading

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Christmas in July

Perhaps there’s no snow, No manger scene, nor ‘ho, ho, ho’, Yet noses are red and spirits are high Charged by the sun in this hot July. No, not nipped by Jack Frost Although to read Robert Frost ‘Neath the … Continue reading

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