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Poetry

Happiness

by Carl Sandburg

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We Are Three

by Rumi 

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Life is….

by Dorthy Parker

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Poetry

Riding the A Train

by May Swenson

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The End

by Mark Strand

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The Sick Rose

by William Blake

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l(a

by e.e. cummings

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Poetry

Funeral Blues

by W.H. Auden

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Eternity

by William Blake

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Poetry

[i carry your heart with me(i carry it in]

by e.e. cummings

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Happiness

by Carl Sandburg

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Out of the rolling ocean the crowd

by Walt Whitman

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Poetry

A Father to His Son

by Carl Sandburg

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Cool Tombs

by Carl  Sandburg

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Marriage

by Gregory Corso

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Alabaster Chambers

by Emily Dickinson

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Ozymandias

by Percy Bysshe Shelly

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Autumn Movements

by  Carl Sandburg

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Poetry

As We Are So Wonderfully Done with Each Other

by Kenneth Patchen

As we are so wonderfully done with each other

We can walk into our separate sleep

On floors of music where the milkwhite cloak of childhood lies

O my lady, my fairest dear, my sweetest, loveliest one

Your lips have splashed my dull house with the speech of flowers

My hands are hallowed where they touched over your

       soft curving.

It is good to be weary from that brilliant work

It is being God to feel your breathing under me

A waterglass on the bureau fills with morning . . .

Don’t let anyone in to wake us.