Goldsmith poem the Deserted Villiage included Edmund Burke Speech on America in House of Commons: https://anchor.fm/vals-whitewolf-media/episodes/Eighteenth-Century-Adventure-in-English-Literature-High-School-Textbook-1931-e1bvt1h/Edmond-Burke-a75gl7v,
Ho,ho,ho, Big surprise, Big scare, Not once but twice, Tornado breezed by, No where to go, No where to run, Sit and awaite, Freight train, Low rent housing, Pigs straw house, Trailers near river, No basements, Poor die, Sit and wait, Kitties and me, Freight train, Fear,Fright,Sound barreling toward me,All in one room,Kitties and oneContinue reading “Thirteen tornadoes,And a partridge in a pair tree,”
Isn’t a uniform donned, Doesn’t, No ,isn’t defined by merit, Is not a sex, Is human or animal, Allows those that have it briefly to stand apart, Courage is not defined by ones death, It’s young and old, It calls for standing up facing our fate! It can be done trembling, We all have it,Continue reading “Courage”
Employee young, Aging populace the world, Older then I rule America Older Americans Starve!
Rain blessing to all those in need, Today I awoke to rain fall, It causes me to ponder, We have the technology, Why can we not stimulate clouds, Rain needs to fall, Cleans the air, Stimulates growth, allows farmers to water animals, plants to grow and mature, No one needs seven showers a day, CarsContinue reading “Quasqueton, Iowa,me sends”
My neighbor talks to me, Her father tortured his family for hours, Little brother beat unconcious, The train was savage, Unrelenting beating his sons and daughter bloody, Mother left, Coward! Some families war was on the home front! My dad’s weapons of pain were inflicted verbally! My older sister Diana lied”savagely, Crushed my good name,Continue reading “The Train”
Spent sixty-third year in love, March tenth was Not just nother day, I was not alone, Spent it with her hand in mine, She washed my car, We ate at Dairy queen, It was like all horrible things in seven years lead to a birthday with her, Everything in my life, A moment in myContinue reading “Best birthday in seven years”
Good year Ellen Beth Heike was born, Sixty-one would be great number for ice cream, Temperature sixteenth day of April, A Prince is laid to rest in England, Not Jolly today, We bid Farewell the a queens lonhest consort, A papa, To others a dad, Brother royal on both sides of his family, A grandfather,Continue reading “Sixty-One,”