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Just think!

…from the quills of the dead white poets Robert William Service (1874 – 1958) Just think! some night the stars will gleam Upon a cold, grey stone, And trace a name with silver beam, And lo! ‘twill be your own. … Continue reading

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Teddy Bear

…from the quills of the dead white poets Robert William Service (1874 – 1958) O Teddy Bear! with your head awry And your comical twisted smile, You rub your eyes – do you wander why You’ve slept such a long, … Continue reading

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The Quest

…from the quills of the dead white poets Robert William Service (1874 – 1958) I sought Him on the purple seas; I sought Him on the peaks aflame; Amid the gloom of giant trees And canyons lone I called His … Continue reading

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