There once was a Saint named Valentine Whose church wanted pagans resigned So they banned Lupercalia– Though a delightful bacchanalia! To fabricate this sterile pastime.
Upon my eyes the moon and your skin glow, Both white faces pilgrims in the southland, And each her orbit fixed round this below, For one the Earth and you […]
Where is the word that I have heard in Sarum by the sea? I’ve searched for miles and years and yet that lyric escapes me. ‘Twas neither noun nor adjective […]
What I say when I don’t say I love you. I knew when you were new, and night brought you. I knew on the sidewalk; the streelight knew it too. […]
Adrift the tumbleweed, tarrying, bit The bumper, bouncing and by lamplight lit Collapsed like ash in traffic it so yearned To drive beside. So flung, so flat, so burned, Its […]