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Jeanne D'Arc Revisited

Today I laughed again at a doctor's take:
"Joan's voices may have been
Nothing more than headache."
Chacun a son gout with regard to pain,

Sharin' The Sporran

Gordon sired two bonny bairns --
Shy Martin and bold Harry.
Both eschewed lowlander's kilt
Till day lads chose to marry

Connecticut Belle

So much has been written of rivers in rhyme
Perhaps I should set aside quill,
Sing not of Connecticut River Sublime,
Whose essence enriches our vale for all time

Raking In The Wind

Time was when a sun-bent hawk,
Pretending it had eagle's wings,
Met and fled a firebird
Rapt in dark imaginings.

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