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Over Pomona

I fly through the air over the city, lighting atop of the Fox, the city it glows, warm with such people living only for joy one and all. Soaring ‘long Huntington Avenue, a row of beautiful trees, and grass so … Continue reading

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Check

From Ninin Ga Shinobuden, v.3, p.45. CHECK The night was creeping on the ground! She crept and did not make a sound, Until she reached the tree: And then She covered it and stole again Along the grass beside the … Continue reading

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The Daisy-Field

THE DAISY-FIELD I ran along the daisy-field; It made the daisies dip and yield And leave a path where I went by — They nearly were as tall as I. The sky was blue and smooth and bright, With little … Continue reading

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From Trashy to Classy

I have a neighbor down the street, about a block away, who has just finished painting their rod-iron fence this past weekend, turning it from a grungy white to sleek black. As I was having a conversation with them the … Continue reading

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Summer Heart

SUMMER HEART I’ll wear a cloak of sunshine,     A hat of summer sky, And not a child in all the world     Shall be so gay as I! A scarf of scented breezes,     Green grass upon my feet, … Continue reading

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The Best Game the Fairies Play

THE BEST GAME THE FAIRIES PLAY The best game the fairies play, The best game of all, Is sliding down steeples — (You know they’re very tall). You fly to the weathercock, And when you hear it crow You fold … Continue reading

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Pleasant Dreams

PLEASANT DREAMS I watch the swallows fly Or seagulls float by. More easy than a walking it seems. And often at night I make a long flight Drifting away in my dreams. Over the North Pole, over the South; Over … Continue reading

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