Poems by Mark

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  • Should twenty more of you and all the same
    Proclaim that they are you and you for me...

  • My furry coated fluff-ball does so bark-
    As tho' by each a roar is pleasure met...

  • If he, like I, whom view with dimming light:
    The final setting sun within his glass...

  • My mirror cries, my mirror sighs
    But mine are dry, too dry to cry...

  • If found her beauty, then have found my eyes:
    As painter's draw their muse, do mine of hers...

  • If love is equal to the fame it claims;
    To fame it has no great monogamy...

  • When I compare my frame to other men:
    I weep, and mirror's glass weeps for me too...

  • Let he, whom in my kingdom, read here wise:
    Your eyeslids best be closed when near my love...

  • If fifty suitors claim their love for you
    And mine include, how could you end with me...

  • Astronomy (1) 2

    Tho' I've no 'scope to witness distant spheres
    Nor fortune, bribing way to travel space...

  • How can you view within your glass, an end?
    When beauty yours, bestowed another make...

  • When I foresee the doom pollution brings:
    I rush to fresher air, but sighing more...