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A breeze discovered my open book
And began to flutter the leaves to look
For a poem there used to be on Spring.
Come, fill the Cup, and in the fire of Spring
Your Winter-garment of Repentance fling:
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After the brief bivouac of Sunday,
their eyes, in the forced march of Monday to Saturday,
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It is pleasant to walk over the beds of these fresh, crisp, and rustling leaves. How beautifully they go to their graves! how gent ...
Scarlet, and blue, and snowy white,
The guidon flags flutter gaily in the wind.
But could a dream send up through onion fumes
Its white and violet, fight with fried potatoes
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The President has apples on the table
And barefoot servants round him, who adjust
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The white man regards the universe as a gigantic machine hurtling through time and space to its final destruction: individuals in ...
Here Men from The Planet Earth
First Set Foot upon The Moon
July, 1969 AD
We Came in Peace for All Mankind
To deny the need for comprehensive child care policies is to deny a reality--that there's been a revolution in American life. Gran ...
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