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Poem : Mark Twain and Joan of Arc by Vachel Lindsay

When Yankee soldiers reach the barricade
Then Joan of Arc gives each the accolade.

For she is there in armor clad, today,
All the young poets of the wide world say.

Which of our freemen did she greet the first,
Seeing him come against the fires accurst?

Mark Twain, our Chief, with neither smile nor jest,
Leading to war our youngest and our best.

The Yankee to King Arthur's court returns.
The sacred flag of Joan above him burns.

For she has called his soul from out the tomb.
And where she stands, there he will stand till doom.

But I, I can but mourn, and mourn again
At bloodshed caused by angels, saints, and men.


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Poem : It don't sound so terrible -- quite -- as it did by Emily Dickinson

It don't sound so terrible -- quite -- as it did --
I run it over -- 'Dead', Brain, 'Dead.'
Put it in Latin -- left of my school --
Seems it don't shriek so -- under rule.

Turn it, a little -- full in the face
A Trouble looks bitterest --
Shift it -- just --
Say 'When Tomorrow comes this way --
I shall have waded down one Day.'

I suppose it will interrupt me some
Till I get accustomed -- but then the Tomb
Like other new Things -- shows largest -- then --
And smaller, by Habit --

It's shrewder then
Put the Thought in advance -- a Year --
How like 'a fit' -- then --
Murder -- wear!


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Poem : The Deluge by G. K. Chesterton

Though giant rains put out the sun,
Here stand I for a sign.
Though earth be filled with waters dark,
My cup is filled with wine.
Tell to the trembling priests that here
Under the deluge rod,
One nameless, tattered, broken man
Stood up, and drank to God.

Sun has been where the rain is now,
Bees in the heat to hum,
Haply a humming maiden came,
Now let the deluge come:
Brown of aureole, green of garb,
Straight as a golden rod,
Drink to the throne of thunder now!
Drink to the wrath of God.

High in the wreck I held the cup,
I clutched my rusty sword,
I cocked my tattered feather
To the glory of the Lord.
Not undone were the heaven and earth,
This hollow world thrown up,
Before one man had stood up straight,
And drained it like a cup.


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Poem : A Trip to Crazy by Raymond A. Foss

Her four-year old voice
a lint of curiosity
her part in the game
“Where are we going?”
she inquired.
Usually my reply was
a bit of fun, to match
the absurdity of the query
“Crazy, can you lead,
you know the way.”
Daaaddy…

In the heat of the van
thick July air
a bolder retort
Now I was in charge
“We’re going to Crazy,
you’ve shown us often enough,
I can get us there too.”
And we drove, giggling, laughing
down the road
Next stop Crazy

July 11, 2006 21:34



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