Ruth Gordon Poems
- The Fireman He walked with calm and grace Into the burning ...
- We Debate It For You Register your belief with us We are ...
- At Age Three I had wanted to run I wanted to play Just to ...
- Then One Day She Said Then one day she said: 'I had best go...
- Wandering The ground moves beneath my feet As I pad down ...
- Nothing There A cold shiver runs down my spine Even though ...
- Behind Another Closed Locked D... I saw a reflection in the ...
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The kiss. There are all sorts of kisses, lad, from the sticky confection to the kiss of death. Of them all, the kiss of an actress is the most unnerving. How can we tell if she means it or if she's ju...Ruth Gordon (1896-1985), U.S. playwright, actor. Benjy, in The Leading Lady, act 2 (1948).
''Nothing dates one so dreadfully as to think someplace is uptown.... At our age one must be watchful of these conversational gray hairs.''Ruth Gordon (1896-1985), U.S. playwright, actor. Clyde, in The Leading Lady, act 1 (1948).
To get it right, be born with luck or else make it. Never give up. Get the knack of getting people to help you and also pitch in yourself. A little money helps, but what really gets it right is to nev...Ruth Gordon (1896-1985), U.S. playwright, actor. "Myself Among Others," Myself Among Others (1970).
Comments about Ruth Gordon
He walked with calm and grace
Into the burning blaze
He was a liar
When talking about the fire
Of course it scared him
Almost to the brim
But still he made it in
With fears and a grin
To cover his face he wore a gas mask
So smoke wouldn’t distract his task
His comrade in the fiery battle
Tripped over a toy rattle
Before the fire could claim his mate
He pulled him back from fate
The pair found a woman frail
Clutching with her a water pail
She kept on fretting
As they kept on stepping
Saving her from a certainty
Seemed to ...