ivor or ivor.e hogg
ivor or ivor.e hogg Poems
|1522.||A Question Of Priorities||10/8/2007|
|1523.||A Voice Crying In The Wilderness||7/7/2008|
|1525.||Naturally For M Lady Marci||10/14/2007|
|1526.||A Matterof Belief||1/15/2008|
|1527.||A New Deal||11/5/2008|
|1530.||A Cynics View A Rant||1/11/2009|
|1532.||Am I Prejudiced?||10/9/2007|
|1533.||A Dog's Tale For M' Lady Ernestine||1/27/2008|
|1534.||A Gentlemans View||6/11/2007|
|1535.||A Fading Dream||4/8/2008|
Comments about ivor or ivor.e hogg
Any fool can be a father.
It takes a man to be a Dad.
Though some fellows would much rather
play the field as Jack the Lad.
Take their pleasure where they can
The lack the guts to be a man
despite their masculinity.
Real Dads are made of sterner stuff.
Take their duties seriously
stay steadfast when the goings tough
and always try their best to be.
The kind of Dad who’s firm but fair.
But best of all He’s always there.
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No Free Passage
The long grey furrows of the sea
which switch and change incessantly
Conceal the graves of fishermen
who trusted her, once too often.
The sea is not trustworthy
her mood can change so easily.
She is a kind and cruel bitch.
The trouble is you don’t know which