On this day :
1564 William Shakespeare born, 1778 John Paul Jones burns Whitehaven England, 1987 Chrysler buys luxury automaker Lamborghini, 1865 Panic has seized the country writes Davis, 1945 Truman confronts Molotov, 1969 Sirhan Sirhan receives death penalty, 1967 Soviet cosmonaut is killed, 1014 King Brian of Ireland murdered by Vikings, 1986 Otto Preminger dies, 1564 Birth and death of William Shakespeare celebrated, 1961 Judy Garland plays Carnegie Hall, 1859 Byers publishes first Denver newspaper, 1791 James Buchanan is born, 1954 Hank Aaron hits first home run of his MLB career, 1975 Ford says that war is finished for America, 1915 Poetsoldier Rupert Brooke dies in Greece, 1942 Germans begin Baedeker Raids on England,

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Study Anthem

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Another morose hour passes by
Murmurs of futility
Echoing within the horizon
The so-called classes
Tread beyond us
While tiresome brains, repose-
Behind us.
Bright mornings, fade-
By eve, into lustful eyes of dull eve
Craving for the next ray of hope.
Next sunshine.

Monotonous inevitability-
Sufferings towards sustenance.

But who can assure you another morning?
Another momentary bright sunshine!

A moment of leisure might've helped,
But a moment's stagnancy-
Is the rabbit's definite leap-
Ahead, to our tiresome tortoise legs.

Are boards or entrances,
Knots to our respiratory tract?
A breathing while is necessary,
For hearts to function-
Else the drumming would be too noisy-
Hindering our fixation to the real music.

 

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