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New Poems

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joseph Dean Phillips Jun 19, 2013. 1 Reply

A Poem by some one that I knowTake nothing lightlyBy Bjorn FaknamTake nothing lightly. No vain promise give. Hold your honor tightly, In the one life we live.Do not throw trust away, Whether in you…Continue

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Joseph Dean Phillips replied to Joseph Dean Phillips's discussion New Poems
"Here is a poem that I found a little while ago, very fitting for Father's day. It was written by someone that I know quite well. The Working FatherBy Bjorn Faknam He wakes afresh each new morn,With body clean and hair short shorn.Then goes to…"
Jun 19, 2013
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New Poems

A Poem by some one that I knowTake nothing lightlyBy Bjorn FaknamTake nothing lightly. No vain promise give. Hold your honor tightly, In the one life we live.Do not throw trust away, Whether in you or from you. Live up to it today, In everything you do.Look with respect. Follow honor to the letter. Use the courtesy you expect. Nay, treat them better.No matter what gifts you were given, You are never above yourself. By whatever cause you are driven, Put yourself on the back shelf.Those around…See More
Jun 19, 2013
Joseph Dean Phillips commented on Anas Kababo's group The Poetry Club
"Here is a poem that I found a little while ago, very fitting for Father's day. It was written by someone that I know quite well. The Working FatherBy Bjorn Faknam He wakes afresh each new morn,With body clean and hair short shorn.Then goes to…"
Jun 19, 2013
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Jun 19, 2013
Joseph Dean Phillips replied to Christian's discussion Favorite Manly Poems
"A poem for Father's Day, by someone I know, admittedly a little late: The Working FatherBy Bjorn Faknam He wakes afresh each new morn,With body clean and hair short shorn.Then goes to work, with mind and arm,And works all day, though it holds…"
Jun 19, 2013
Joseph Dean Phillips replied to Chad's discussion AoM Playlist
"I am going to have to go with Bring him Home, from Les Miserables. I find it hard to get more manly than Jean ValJean, and what he does for his adopted daughter, as well as the way that he turns his life around."
May 18, 2013
Joseph Dean Phillips replied to Christian's discussion Favorite Manly Poems
"The other is: Kubla KhanBy Samuel Taylor Coleridge In Xanadu did Kublai KhanA stately Pleasure-Dome decree,Where Alph, the sacred river ranThrough caverns measureless to manDown to a sunless sea. So twice five miles of fertile groundWith walls and…"
May 18, 2013
Joseph Dean Phillips replied to Christian's discussion Favorite Manly Poems
"I have two, but I am going to start with THE LAW OF THE YUKONbyRobert William ServiceThis is the law of the Yukon, and ever she makes it plain:"Send not your foolish and feeble; send me your strong and your sane --Strong for the red rage of…"
May 18, 2013
Joseph Dean Phillips replied to Christian's discussion Favorite Manly Poems
"I have always loved that one!"
May 18, 2013
Joseph Dean Phillips replied to John M. Dolph's discussion Unseen Academicals in the group Denizens of Discworld
"I read it. He JUST came out with a new one, titled Snuff. I haven't read that one yet, but it sounded good."
May 17, 2013
Joseph Dean Phillips replied to Grigory Ostrovskiy's discussion Fvorite Discworld novel in the group Denizens of Discworld
"My Personal favorite would have to be Thief of Time, but I love the Watch books."
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Joseph Dean Phillips replied to Nor' Country's discussion Greetings from the Bear's Den in the group Alaska
"Hello!"
May 17, 2013
Joseph Dean Phillips commented on haytkir's group Alaska
"Hello! Born and raised in Wasilla, 18 years old."
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Hats, knives, honor, and manliness.
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Almost anything. Most notably Les Miserables, or anything by Terry Pratchett, Ray Bradbury, or Terry Goodkind.
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Almost anything. I do not care for most rap, but I am not entirely exclusive.
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