Robert Francis(August 12, 1901 - July 13, 1987 / Pennsylvania / United States)
- by Robert Francis49
Winter uses all the blues there are. One shade of blue for water, one for ice, Another blue for shadows over snow. The clear or cloudy sky uses blue twice- Both different blues. And hills row after row Are colored blue according to how far. You know the bluejay's double-blur device Shows best when there are no green leaves to show. And Sirius is a winterbluegreen star.
- by Robert Francis42
Bull by day And dozes by night.
Would that the bulldozer Dozed all the time
Would that the bulldozer Would rust in peace.
His watchword Let not a witch live
His battle cry Better dead than red.
Give me if you must The bull himself
But not the bulldozer No, not the bulldozer.
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