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Margaret Alice Second

(24 January 1961 / South Africa)

Poems of Margaret Alice Second

381. Golden Light (REVISION) 7/23/2013
382. Goodbye Christine 5/29/2012
383. Grand Scheme Of Things [REVISED] 8/27/2013
384. Grandiosity [REVISED] 6/13/2014
385. Grave Distress 7/13/2011
386. Great Drawback 7/30/2011
387. Green So Exquisite [REVISED] 4/18/2013
388. Grinning Happily [REVISED] 11/11/2013
389. Gushing Appearances [REVISED] 4/16/2014
390. Hallucination (Revised) 5/22/2012
391. Hallway Phantom Singer 6/22/2012
392. Hang My Head (Revised) 2/15/2012
393. Happiest Creature 3/6/2012
394. Happy On Our Own 4/8/2012
395. Harps And Pitchforks 12/8/2011
396. Have Mercy On Me (REVISED) 4/17/2013
397. Haven't Turned Into Zombies (REVISED) 1/9/2013
398. Having The Experience 1/13/2012
399. Head Over Heels [REVISED] 5/27/2014
400. Heart Of My People 9/22/2011

Elegance (REVISED)

Here’s a disturbing lesson in ethics with virtues for us
to apply: ‘People without real morals should have high
standards’, meaning it is a breach of good manners to
hurt those who cannot defend themselves, worse than
offences against humanity - aha!

Nursery-room psychology for upper-class morality – it
is in bad taste and shows a lack of bon-ton, so flawed
in elegance its more deplorable than African genocide,

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