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Page 4 -The Michigan Daily- Weekend etc.- November 12, 1992

I LOVE YOU
I am not telling you
what you want to hear
simply what I want you
to want to hear.

UNTITLED
Under a sky of grayest steel,
There are streets of bone
Where death rides on flaming wheels.
His face is my own.
A million men I have killed,
All crying alone.
I drink the wine of cries
As I drift from home to home.
At funerals I smile wide,
Pleased to have made my mark.
And the empty souls run and hide
To where I eat them in the dark.

HAIKU FOR YOU
I'm finger-bopping
out seventeen syllables
just to say hello.
- Patrick Lawrence

UNTITLED
I do not wear this scarf because you gave it to me,
Although that would be reason enough,
If you had.
No, the warmth it leaves draped across my shoulders
Does not remind me of your breath on my back.
Neither does its color bring to mind
The fastening grip of your eyes.
And I try not to imagine the gentle stroke of your loving hand
From a dream remembered,
When I caress my face against the silk.
But as I pull it from around my neck,
And as it slips to the floor,
I am reminded of how quickly you will be lost to me,
And of how we are no more real
Than the roses printed on it.
- M. Lee Rainger

So gently He first spoke the Words
That now are forced upon my ear.
A false disciple on a bench
I do not wish to hear.

PREACHER

- Patrick Lawrence

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- Joseph Calotte

I. S

It is to Him with gentle touch
That you so claim to be akin.
And yet you point with heavy hand,
Accusing me of sin.
But preacher, I have read the Word!
I've walked beside the Lamb in peace!
Your Tigers roar might yet destroy
Your right to Heaven's lease.
Your purpose does not seem to be
To humbly serve the One so Great,
But seems self-proclamation and
Rhetorical c..e fate.
Get off your righter .destal,
And sit beside me ii :e rass.
Then in a Lowly whisper might
I hear your Words at last! 4
Karen Rumph

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