Foundations cracked but painted o’er, until the house be bought; His faults, likewise, remaining hid for never being sought, ‘Til after vows themselves reveal and grab you by the neck, So in the end both house and home together be a wreck.
There has been a worldwide failure of manhood. Woman, said De Tocqueville, form the mores of society, that is, the rules by which the society operates. If Women demand men be strong, the men will become strong, and if they demand men be well versed in Shakespeare, men will read him–what the woman hold asContinue reading “Movies that Boys should watch now.”
A termite having bought a house did not forego to gnaw it;You should’ve seen the damage done, it looked though he did saw it.The shutters laced like curtains were, no door a peephole lacking,The table heaped like kindling, the chairs stood without backing;No hinge swung full, no window closed, the air it traveled freely,It sweptContinue reading “The Termite”
From the floor a flight of stairs up and up does rise, If you’re the sort to think ahead, t’will come as no surprise That at the top it hits a spot where flooring once more lies. Not morally, but levelly, is how it lies of course, And down that course old Benny Boy, comesContinue reading “The Child King Descends in Mortal Manner”