American Poet Quotes
A feller's glad to be a friend, Out fishin'. A helpin' hand he'll always lend, Out fishin' The brotherhood of rod and line An' sky an' stream is always fine; Men come real close to God's design, Out fishin'. A feller isn't plotting schemes, Out fishin'. He's only busy with his dreams, Out fishin' His livery is a coat of tan; His creed, to do the best he can; A feller's always mostly man Out fishin'.
The learned astronomer Analyzing the light of most remote star-swirls Has found them — or a trick of distance deludes his prism — All at incredible speeds fleeing outward from ours. I thought, no doubt they are fleeing the contagion Of consciousness that infects this corner of space.