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J Jay Samuel Davis

“The Young Sorceress” by Antoine Wiertz, c. 1857.

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You’re So Pretty ~

“THEY” will always question “WHETHER HE LOVES THEM OR NOT!” * The Girls, THEY-will never be caught, * In LOVE’s perfect net, Because THERE’RE GAPING-HOLES, you bet! * Because LOVE never engages to confine! * It always allows AMPLE ROOM FOR ESCAPE, and this is FINE, * because GIRLS HAVE LESS FAITH than a mustard […]

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The Lost and Found Department ~

“THE SHEEP ON THE SHEPARD’S SHOULDERS SPEAKS” a poem written Sunday, but posted on Monday, September 16, 2019. a.k.a.: “Did I REALLY Need To Go After THIS ONE?” a. k. a.: “The Same Old Refrain.” The Sheep: “Thank you, Lord for finding me; I must have wandered off too far, BUT itTookYou long enough to […]

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Painted Bodies ~

“PAINT PARTIES R US” a poem September 16, 2019 (Monday) Romantic Nights (or Days) of: Call’em(a)bus or pull ’em a train, Or Paint ’em all over, without too much pain. [Unbeknownst to most] PAINTED LADIES arrived in The Morn; Morning has broken, and they are quite shorn. So, the paint goes on, easily smooth and […]