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The Project Gutenberg EBook of Rhyme and Reason Volume Two, by Dom** This is a COPYRIGHTED Project Gutenberg eBook, Details Below ** ** Please follow the copyright guidelines in thisfile. **Copyright (C) 2002 L.M. WongDommy dominaeprimus@yahoo.comThis header should be the first thing seen when viewing this Project Gutenberg file. Please do not remove it. Do notchange or edit the header without written permission.Please read the "legal small print," and other information about the eBook and Project Gutenberg at the bottom of thisfile. Included is important information about your specific rights and restrictions in how the file may be used. You can alsofind out about how to make a donation to Project Gutenberg, and how to get involved.**Welcome To The World of Free Plain Vanilla Electronic Texts****eBooks Readable By Both Humans and By Computers, Since 1971*******These eBooks Were Prepared By Thousands of Volunteers!*****Title: Rhyme and Reason Volume TwoAuthor: DomRelease Date: May, 2004 [EBook #6034] [Yes, we are more than one year ahead of schedule] [This file was first postedon October 23, 2002]Edition: 10Language: English*** START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK, RHYME AND REASON VOL TWO ***Copyright (C) 2002 by L.M. WongRHYME AND REASONVOLUME TWOBY DomA complement and continuation to the compilation, 'RHYME AND REASON'.Dedicated to the cherished and cheeky peeps.Bravo ! :You speak to one and speak to allOur minds ye have gracefully ...

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The Project Gutenberg EBook of Rhyme andReason Volume Two, by Dom** This is a COPYRIGHTED Project GutenbergeBook, Details Below ** ** Please follow thecopyright guidelines in this file. **DCoopmyrmigy hdt o(mC)i n2a0e0p2ri Lm.uMs. @Wyoanhgoo.comvTiheiws inhge atdhiesr  Psrhoojeulcdt  bGeu ttehne bfierrsgt  tfihlien. gP lseeaesne  wdho ennotremove it. Do not change or edit the headerwithout written permission.Please read the "legal small print," and otherinformation about the eBook and ProjectGutenberg at the bottom of this file. Included isimportant information about your specific rights andrestrictions in how the file may be used. You canalso find out about how to make a donation toProject Gutenberg, and how to get involved.**Welcome To The World of Free Plain VanillaElectronic Texts****eBooks Readable By Both Humans and ByComputers, Since 1971*******These eBooks Were Prepared By Thousandsof Volunteers!*****
Title: Rhyme and Reason Volume TwoAuthor: DomRelease Date: May, 2004 [EBook #6034] [Yes, weare more than one year ahead of schedule] [Thisfile was first posted on October 23, 2002]Edition: 10Language: English*E**B OSTOAK,R TR HOYF MTEH AE NPDR ROJEEACSTO NG UVTOEL NTBWERO G***Copyright (C) 2002 by L.M. WongRHYME AND REASONVOLUME TWOBY DomA complement and continuation to the compilation,'RHYME AND REASON'.Dedicated to the cherished and cheeky peeps.Bravo ! :You speak to one and speak to all
IOn ujro ym iwned lse yaep  haanvd e mgirsaecreyf uwlley  ctroauwclhedBut in Belief and Faith we have much)>8The '99 Blues (composed in 1999) :Then garrisons marched out to conquer half theworld ruled from the center with mastery of steeland agility discipline ensured victory in the reign ofconquerors just a few millenniums agoThe sea a vast briny divide civilization still ruled bythe tide then brave explorers discovered new landsand the people conquered their stake uponimmortality for the homeland's glory just a fewcenturies agoRed flag and sickle brought down a throne whencpleannteursy f idrsutr ibnagt ttlheed  fairnstd  hdarlof ntehde  wCoorlldd  Wwaarr se tnwdieced ajust over a decade agoWe're not getting closer even as we get olderresorted to arms negotiations crumbled talk inshambles just a few years agoNews still blaring strife and scandal weight oftwroorulbdl eosf  faoilrm tehnet sw idllion gw ea nsde eakb lteh teo  ncelewa fnasneg ltehids orancient ? we're still searching just a few days agoNeighbourhood bustles with communal fussingjobs, relations, children, gossip and bragging folks I
know and don't chattering I have the alcohol's firein my veins from the drinks I had just a few hoursogadMeyli tghhto uagnhdt sm filritph  bmacakd teo  mfreie gnldasd  It hheand  ctiommems itofmentsled us away catch up with you soon I was in thepast just a minute ago 8>)Passage Of His Reign :Supple youth gambols with fresh breeze.Fledgling seeds sprout first roots.First light flickers from the horizon.Winds blow with a shrill.His reign is ascending.Seasoned vigour reads the seasons.Roots rush to claim its share of the earth.Torch of day hangs midway at meridian's hour.Winds howl deeply.His reign at its apex.What was once a peak is now a plain.The next crest yields a basin of troughs.Howling winds bewray cracks.Ripe form moves with care.Old roots are gnarled.Light of day is a humble blend of glow and grey.Winds howl at slurred pace.His reign at its ebb.)>8
No. 14 :HHee''ss  lboeste nt huep  haonridz oonver the hilltHo e hicsa np'lta tseeaeu t lhiem beondThe parade of younger generations excite him theydo not he knows the game the tools have longchanged he a hapless victim of the course ofregulations which write off able bodied people onset biological years not on account of physicaldeclineHe wastes awayHe's been up and over the hillBereft of directionHe's lost the horizonwhich guided previous phases of his lifeA man in retirement without lifelong passiondoeutcsliindee  tHhee  csapnh'te rsee eo ft hheis  ecnadr etoe r hhisa sptleatnesa hui sli mobwon)>8Worth Of Say :Everybody's worth of say heard in haunts youroam Someone else's worth of say overheard asyou flit by It's not your worth of say while youstand, watch and wait You want your worth of saybefore pale flag's hoisted the towel thrown
Everybody's worth of say in each twist of rhetoricSomeone else's worth of say you cannot see yourname It's not your worth of say you haven't spokenyet You want your worth of say before the heart'slost the daredevils retireEverybody's worth of say as you glean the sceneSomeone else's worth of say while you keep yourpeace It's not your worth of say when others speaktheir mind You want your worth of say before theflames flake the embers melt 8>)Illustration Of Melancholy:'I saw your face , It was clouded by smoke Igrasped the smoke, and inhaled despair Was I toolate ? Am I just in time for one last remorse and toscream myself hoarse robbed of the thrill of a dareThe wheels turn with a broken spoke ' 8>)For A Friend's Recovery :My heart leaps at your recoveryPeaks and troughs you did scaleEase towards hearty and haleSoon you'll return to normalcy)>8Progeny :Falneds lhe oafr noinnge' sm felesshh  wBhloeroed  towf oo cnree'sa tbel oao tdh inrda t8ur>e)
I'm Leaving :Goodbye there's a pensive stillnessA short while to reflect the joltThere's a blithe smile of carelessnessA short pause to fasten the bolt)>8Action Required :Thoughts that lodge in me should I bolt them andforget ? should I say them and release ? thisquandary baits me with a jerk of regretQuestions play within me should I price their logic ?should I leave them be ? this quandary baits mewith care I am to pickResolve swells in me I should heed apprehension !I should calm uncertainty ! the last stroke awaitsme with an expectation 8>)Little One's Hope :Your tiny feet stumble and knees buckle yet youwalk with outstretched arms Your hands grapple atawkward angles yet you come with curious armsChild of hope and child of trust Shape your futurewith our past 8>)A Toast To Thee :
though the distance for miles swell much fromFortune we can't tell savour rewards and joys wehad while sweat and toil made us prepared yourquests ahead, I wish you well 8>)Whimsical Verse :There was a lady of wavy long tresses who pinedfor short locks of hair so to her wish she one dayaddresses and was delighted by a sight so fair! 8>)A weave of thanks :'ptlwaausd iit nwsphierreed  rbeya isnosnp iarantdi own oIr tdhsa nmke teht e'tei sf toor  tmhye ajoyous notion with words Bards shape and weavewhile from the Muses they receive ! 8>)Quatrain For Friends :In friendship and in sportTrust and faith scaled the fortIn light jest and with truthHands clasp with regard true)>8The World Turns :for as long as the world turns there'll be cause togo on along its twists and turns from night to newmorn sparks alight where fire burns warm
embraces and cold spurns events that press usupon when cause and effect churns while hopesand chances spawn sadness and joy have theirturns there'll be cause to go on for as long as theworld turns 8>)Pricey Temptation :Sell us your finest finery To cheer up lively liverythe earthly passing passions tempt with comelycompulsions 8>)Your Move :wwhheerne i td omeuss ty obuer t rhueea r?t lie ?tahned  htharedy  qauree sntioown sd tuhee !y pryto salvation where you're cleansed ? or reapdamnation of recompense ? judge and makefateful choice foolish plunge or righteous poise !)>8Restless Reckless :flMiretisnhg  owfi tcho cnthraandiccet iionn as  wwiotrhl dlilky elpyr apnrceedilectionsProvidence queried with questions varied in a rushhurried of temper unburied
cTooamset sf atom ee voern itnufaalitmyy  wtiatuh ntas t odsesc roef epdr omboarbtialiltityy 8>)Three Thoughts at Three Paces :1 For what is a lavish bauble but sight to beholdand marvel ? It cares not how you fare merely atrinket to compare ?2 Mock not the spartan or ornate swiftly in haste orin debate With stealth change alters prioritiesmakes necessary, luxuries makes luxuries,necessities A restless evolving state fills or wipes aetals3 Spare traders of things necessary for their lackof tasteful grace Their use and place havelongevity with wares to ease passing days 8>)Some Questions(while Hope still waits) : 1 Willsworn foes swear anew be seated on common pew? though far easier to renounce strangers badblood among same blood breeds dangers2 Will sworn foes swear anew be seated oncommon pew ? or will peace be only enforcedwhen each choose a separate course ?3 Will sworn foes swear anew be seated oncommon pew ? or must ill churn till last breath withno certainty but death ?4
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