John Bliven Morin

Rookie (September 16th,1936 / New London, CT)

John Bliven Morin Poems

81. Married To The Mob 6/16/2011
82. Purposes 6/16/2011
83. Pet Lover's Prayer 6/16/2011
84. Troll 6/16/2011
85. The Ghoul 6/16/2011
86. The Yellow Shawl, Page 2 Of 2 6/16/2011
87. The Peccary 6/16/2011
88. Old Songs 6/16/2011
89. On The Monet 6/16/2011
90. Sing Soft The Nightingale, Page 2 Of 2 6/16/2011
91. Kindness 6/16/2011
92. Musings On A Ruined House Near Old Mystic 6/16/2011
93. If God Should Take 6/16/2011
94. The Duck And The Gecko 6/16/2011
95. Matzoh Bread (To The Tune Of 'shortnin' Bread') 6/16/2011
96. The Nightwanderer 6/16/2011
97. Hawai'I In Winter 6/16/2011
98. The Skeptic, Page 3 Of 3 6/16/2011
99. The Real Estate Agent, Page 2 Of 2 6/16/2011
100. Traveller 6/16/2011
101. The Broken Engagement, Page 4 Of 4 6/16/2011
102. Ghost Bear, Page 4 Of 4 6/16/2011
103. Pepper 6/16/2011
104. Relativity 6/16/2011
105. Richard Jerome 6/18/2011
106. Reply 6/18/2011
107. If 6/18/2011
108. It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Grinchmas 6/18/2011
109. Purty Ribbons 6/18/2011
110. Sekrit Of A Hapy Maridge 6/18/2011
111. Howskeeping 6/18/2011
112. Furrners 6/18/2011
113. Luv 6/18/2011
114. Great-Grandpaw's Trees 6/18/2011
115. Hallmark Cards You'Ll Never See 6/18/2011
116. Quotations From Blithian’s Daily Data, Page 2 Of 4 6/18/2011
117. Quotations From Blithian’s Daily Data, Page 3 Of 4 6/18/2011
118. The Wreck Of The Hystericus, Page 1 Of 2 6/18/2011
119. The Wreck Of The Hystericus, Page 2 Of 2 6/18/2011
120. Riddle Answered 6/18/2011

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Daedalus And Icarus, Page 1 Of 2

Daedalus watched the birds on high,
And wished that he could also fly;
But he did more than wish, bright man,
He studied wings and made a plan.
With Icarus, his son and heir,
Gathered feathers everywhere;
Made frames both strong and light,
Working steadily, day and night.
A thousand feathers for each wing,
Attached with wax and sap and string;
Leather straps to hold them tight,
Leather thongs to guide them right.

At last he proudly said, “My son,
With your help, our wings are done
And now we’ve only them to try;
With care, I think ...

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In Faerie Glade

Sun sinks quickly -
Red-yellow fellow -
Twilight spreads shade
Like a blanket,
Dotted and mottled,
In Faerie Glade.

Faeries on butterflies
Utter cries, flutter by,

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