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A Line O Verse Or Two

Auhtor: Bert Leston Taylor

Language: english
Published: 1911

Genres:

poetry,  humor
Downloads: 420
eBook size: 83Kb

Review by Bob Tobias, April 2008


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Line O Verse Or Two':

... put it in practice and find if it fact is,. Or only a mystical rigmarole.. . . . . . . . . . . The very next night our anchorite. Of ...
... friar. Exclaimed at these whoppings spectacular. And even the Abbot remarked that the habit. Of scourging oneself might be carried too far. My ...
... that is evil,. Thatisthe limit-theend Pride of the forest primeval. IN THE LAMPLIGHT. The dinner done, the lamp is lit,. And in its ...
... break we patched. In the winter of 'eighty-three. For every time that knot comes round. It sings out, 'Howdy, Bill. We'll walk 'em home to-night, ...
... clenched high in air. On many a foreign shore,. Enforcing coaling stations where. No stations were before. That fist, which weaker nations view. As ...
... A dismal word, 'tis true. (And why not tell the truth about it.). But what on earth would poets do. Without it. REFORM IN OUR TOWN. There ...
... with plums,. With alternating lumps of fat. As big as my two thumbs. My love, quoth he to Guinevere,. We have a joust to-day-. Sir ...
... who can write when woods invite,. And woods are but a week away. TO THE SUN. (_Variations on a theme by Gilbert._). Shine on, Old Top, shine ...
... if a guy's on the level. That's all the arsenal he'll have to tote. Up to St. Peter or down to the Devil,. No need to carry a gun in his coat. Prowling ...
... 18, 1910._). Here it is-Eighteenth of May. Dawh now the fatal day. When we take the awful veil. Of the fearsome comet's tail. Vale, Earth. What ...
... their fate the helmsman steers:. Unknowing, each the potion sips. Comes echoing through the ghostly years. Give me the philtre of thy lips.. Ah, ...
... hell-bent. To carry to Aix the good tidings from Ghent. The going was poor, we expected delay,. And the usual livestock obstructed the way. At ...
... the best of all. ALWAYS. _Il y a tous les jours quelque dam chose._. -ABELARD TO HELOISE. When Mrs. Mead was full of groans,. When symptoms ...
... we'll take a yachtsman's chance. And venture out to sea. The aneroid has dropped a tenth. Back, back across the bar. To a harbor snug, and a ...
... road is long, but I shall not tire. I will lay my bones, God send,. By the beautiful City of Heart's Desire,. In the Land of Rainbow's-End.. _Then ...
... maintain,. One person has power my peace to impair:. The man who tells limericks gives me a pain. When the foliage flushes and summer is by,. And ...
... pumpkin. And the corn is in the shock,. And the cheek of country bumpkin. City faces seems to mock,-. When you come across a ditty. (Like this ...
... at will-. Naught may hinder and none oppose. Such the power the pipe bestows,. When the wilderness calls I may. Tramping go, as I smoke and ...
... humps. And over Rembrandt rocks,. I've got some fierce Debussy bumps,. Some awful Nietsche knocks. I'm wearied by the ceaseless quest,. I'm ...
... the music-hall stage.... >>read more<