Tranquilities Eve

Resting between cool linen, On a drowsy summers eve My lover dozing peacefully, I’m listening to her breathe.   The evening starlight calm, Breeze rippling through the leaves Hearing the machinery startling, It’s a shame what man achieves.   Escape to a place of no ripples, No nothing to spoil the peace Lying there beside …
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Desire To Care

Paradise in turmoil, Organised Chaos. A battlefield of emotion, Control without controls.   A wilderness in Time, Floods of tears. Acres of happiness, Eyes that sparkle.   Such joy and glee, Contrast unremitting pain. Thoughts chasing through trees, Dodging, never crashing.   Turn around and see me, Hear my voice, Touch me. You are my …
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George

by Hilaire Belloc (1870-1953) When George’s Grandmamma was told That George had been as good as gold, She promised in the afternoon To buy him an Immense BALLOON. And so she did; but when it came, It got into the candle flame, And being of a dangerous sort Exploded with a loud report! The lights …
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