i'm in love with these two books. i'm positive that they won't make a penny, and that nobody will read them, ... there is to it. i hope that this isn't the last of these excursions into verse. breathing room volume II : rhymes & relics 98.
Author: tom waters
breathing room was a two year project embarked upon by buffalo essayist, columnist and radio host tom waters. he wanted to give the poems 'some room to breath on their own' to see if they'd flourish if given their own headspace. his resume isn't really important right now, but you can read more about his other 444 projects at: www.tomfoolery4.wordpress.com
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In the homely verses of CowLEY , those who read floetry for something besides the jingle of its rhymes , and the ... Vain weak built Zerbmus , which dost proudly rise Up betwixt two Eternities ; Yet canst ner Wave nor Wind sustain ...
The spirit of fun the unnecessary things neatly done which breathing drowsiness into the twilight air , casthas all evaporated , if it were ever there . The book amateur writers set themselves to do with all ing thin shadows over the ...
Asked of the Primate- " Did he know to whom Who in His room a Now is the time to break the spell , Dark chestnut trees , festooned ... and the fun in ' Motley ' is more If doubts are crowding on your soul , the • Rhymes of a Vigil .
By Arabella Georgina the poet sketches the arts by which Morpheus the train oil - calico roses and all the relics of coarse decoration are visible , without any of the The spirit of fun the unnecessary things neatly done which breathing ...
Now ready , in One Vol . , post 8vo . , 58. , " The glowing pages breathe great warmth of feeling , and possess a ... E.C. of actual Relics of the Expedition of Martin Frobisher of three centuries ago , and important deductions in ...
The man who bears the scorn and the frown , And Censure's bitter blasting breath , Receives , at last , a dear ... O. A stereoscope and 50 views , and a collection of fossils and Indian relics , for Golden Days previous to Vol . II .
IN TWO CHAPTERS . By S. H. THAYER . II . ́S it strange that when the heart is won to Nature's I vagrant moods it craves these old unchanging voices ? It is no iconoclast then ; it wants no freshly drilled prima donnas , with their novel ...