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Better Than Nothing (Alexandrine)

To walk in light
Than in sin’s iron fetter,
Stumbling in the filthy gutter
At night.

Will pass away
As mice and bats’ playthings, 65 more words


a man i know

i know a man, although i could name more than few,
whose dark curled roots do gleam, as freshly-tarred ground,
fiery suns that mock those days, those of pour- 41 more words


Furrows (Alexandrine)

From old,
Often plow blades
Furrow, fearless and bold:
Worry, Despair: ruthlessly cold.
So pray.

The yoke
Of slavery
Gone like a plume of smoke: 29 more words


She brings alive the spring...

She brings alive the spring, gives summer, heat
Makes autumn blush, and regal winter, pale
She lightly tells the truth, and shuns deceit
And leads to wonder like… 69 more words

Original Poems

Mammal’s most recommended new albums: Art rock, post rock & math rock

As I said in the first part of this series, so much great music has been arriving at Metal State this year that it’s impossible to review everything. 793 more words

Album Reviews

Loving in truth, and fain in verse my love to show

First line: “Loving in truth, and fain in verse my love to show” (Astrophel and Stella I)
Author: Sir Philip Sidney

Loving in truth, and fain in verse my love to show,

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A poem about migraines | The Alexandrine Technique

The Alexandrine Technique – A poem about migraines by MV Blake

The migraine calls like God; thunder over mountain
Rolling deep dark echoes, and shaking up the ice… 240 more words