Sunday, May 22, 2005

Thursday Verses

An occasional series of music lyrics and poetry, inspired by Hugo Schwyzer

My writings
2005 January 14: Teaching Haiku
2005 July 14: Home Repair Haiku
2005 August 23: Political Limerick: Shorter Kieran Healy
2005 November 13: Stick Your Finger In God's Eye
2006 February 16: Vermin Haiku
2006 April 16: Fibonacci Poems
2006 April 16: A Simple Truth (Fib)
2006 May 26: four haiku, one of which won an eCherry
2006 June 24: A quick and dirty limerick in honor of the return of a poetry carnival.
2008 October 9: Current Events Sonnet
2008 December 20: Haiku, Limerick and Fib in honor of Terry's fourth blogiversary.

Other People:
2004 Nov 25: Thanksgiving Eve by Bob Franke
2004 Dec 2: After The Singing by Rod MacDonald
2005 Feb 3: Don't You Let Nobody Turn You 'Round by Tom Paxton
2005 March 17: The Shame of Going Back by Henry Lawson
2005 April 22: Hills of West Virginia by Phil Ochs
2005 May 5: Malcolm Solves His Problems With A Chainsaw by the Arrogant Worms
2005 May 19: World Turned Upside Down by Leon Rosselson
2005 June 2: The Kind of Love You Never Recover From by Christine Lavin
2005 June 16: Delivery Delayed by Stan Rogers
2005 June 23: Why Walk When You Can Fly by Mary-Chapin Carpenter
2005 June 28: Green Hills of Earth by Robert Heinlein
2005 July 7: After All by Henry Lawson
2005 July 21: If I Were Taken Now by Fred Small
2005 August 11: Don't Think Twice, It's All Right by Bob Dylan
2005 August 18: The Old Sailor by A.A.Milne
2005 August 25: Turning Toward the Morning by Gordon Bok
2005 September 15: The Dodger Song
2005 September 22: For Everyman by Jackson Browne
2005 October 6: Adon Olam by Solomon Rossi (16-17c)
2005 October 20: White Squall by Stan Rogers
2005 November 10: Questions from A Worker Who Reads by Bertolt Brecht
2005 November 17: Suzanne by Leonard Cohen
2005 December 1: Their Way by Bob Blue
2005 December 8: Don Quixote by Gordon Lightfoot
2005 December 15: Great Historical Bum by Woody Guthrie
2005 December 22: That's the Way That the World Goes 'Round by John Prine
2006 January 19: Waiting for the B Train by Christine Lavin
2006 January 28: Guantanamera by José Martí
2006 February 8: Waking the Dead By Joe Ivory Mattingly
2006 February 9: This Looks Familiar by Gonzo
2006 February 13: Mr. Blue by Tom Paxton
2006 February 23: Zen Gospel Singing by Mark Graham
2006 March 2: Brown Shirts by John Gorka
2006 March 23: Song of the Candle by Stan Rogers
2006 April 20: Poem for My Little Boy by Li Shangyin
2006 May 18: Number One in America by David Massengill
2006 June 15: Arrow by Cheryl Wheeler
2006 June 22: Canadian Railroad Trilogy by Gordon Lightfoot
2006 September 7: Stormfront by Garnet Rogers
2006 September 27: In Broken Images by Robert Graves
2006 October 5: Montreal, December '89 by Judy Small
2006 November 8: Alleluia, The Great Storm Is Over by Bob Franke
2006 November 23: Love's Been Linked To The Blues by David Olney
2006 December 7: Stand Up For Judas by Leon Rosselson
2006 December 9: Ballad of The Carpenter by Phil Ochs
2006 December 22: Presidential Rag by Arlo Guthrie
2007 March 22: Muddy Water by Phil Rosenthall
2007 March 29: Binary Addendum by Suzette Haden Elgin
2007 April 26: Doing Nothing by Dan Gerber
2007 May 1: Know that I am Loved by Christy Simpson
2007 May 10: Magic Muffin Dance by Christy Simpson
2007 June 13: Knots by R. D. Laing
2007 July 19: The Uncultured Rhymer to His Cultured Critics by Henry Lawson
2007 December 6: The Nurse's Song by Roald Dahl
2008 March 13: The Last Chance by Leon Rosselson
2008 May 27: "Moose Turd Pie" and "The Hymn Song" by U. Utah Phillips.

3 comments:

ashley said...

Your blog is great. It's hard to find blogs with good content and people talking about Music Lyrics these days. I have a Music Lyrics Exposed if you want to come check it out.

Ahistoricality said...

Thanks! Looks like you're just getting going over there, but there's some good links. I'm sure I'll get some use out of them.

Henry Lawson said...

What a great, eclectic collection. Thanks for a very thoughtful compilation of poetry resources.