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  157.     

The Warrior's Cry

Hand me a sharpened blade, brother,
Lend me your golden shield.
Follow me now into the fight,
Our fate is not yet sealed!

Stand! Stand by my side, brother,
This day as warriors true.
Stand! Back to back my brother,
We fight, us lucky few!

We shall not die today, brother,
We shall not lose this fight.
Our battle cries, like lions' roars,
Shout courage over might!

Hand me a sharpened blade, brother,
Lend me your golden shield.
We fight! We fight today, brother!
We take the bloody field!
 
Charles Wiles

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  158.     

Krystate

Suffer or they'll make you suffer.
Suffer or you'll suffer worse.
Falsely promised free expression
Finds the creeps who think perverse.
They are God's appointed watchers
Sworn to torment every creep.
Brothers work in every office
Brothers live on every street.
There's no need for trials or warrants,
'Questor generals frame the lists.
Lists are sent to every doctor
Lawyer, pub, psychiatrist.
No way out for creeps in Krystate.
They won't even let them die.
Penance ordained by prescription,
Creepie thinking's classified.
Brothers suffer fearing brothers;
Brothers turn each other in;
Brothers forced to follow orders;
Krystate fall so we can sin.
 
Michael Pereira

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  159.     

Baby Brother

When you laugh,
It’s the laughter of a child,
But when I’m weak,
You’re big and strong for me.

When you talk,
I think about the time,
When I waited for you,
To learn how to speak to me.

Look how time passes,
Baby brother of mine,
Look how tall you’ve grown.
Of all the brothers in the entire world
I’m glad to call you my own.

You’re the first one
I want to tell
When something good
Happens to me,

When I’m upset,
And can’t stand the world,
You’re the one who
Comforts me

Look how time passes,
Baby brother of mine,
Look how tall you’ve grown.
Of all the brothers in the entire world
I’m glad to call you my own.

In this journey called life,
You’re my permanent friend,
I know that you will be my strength
Up until the very end.

Look how time passes,
Baby brother of mine,
Look how tall you’ve grown.
Of all the brothers in the entire world
I’m glad to call you my own.
 
Dhriti Chakraborty

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  160.     

Brother Wind

“I thank my god for brother wind,”
So prayed St. Francis long ago
In words of simple, joyous praise,
That fill my heart with sudden glow
As-braced by winter’s icy draught-
With singing soul, and strengthened mind,
I humbly join the good Saint’s prayer
Thank my God for “Brother Wind.”

For Brother Wind, who, whispering soft
Brings subtlest perfume on his wings,
The violet scent of childhood days,
The lost delight in simple things;
For Brother wind, who whistling keen
O’er open plain and storm-scarred hill,
Cleanses from mind, and heart, and brain,
All thoughts of wrong, and ancient ill.

Who wafts from scarce-stirred lily beds
Incense of early purity,
Or wakes to life our laggard souls
With stinging fragrance of the sea.

Echoes of Heaven, far-off and faint
For weary heart and tired mind,
Sweet long-lost memories, old and quaint-
These are the gifts of Brother Wind.

Ah! Dear St. Francis, let me kneel
Before thy shrine with joyous mind
Joining my humble, grateful prayer,
Thanking our God for Brother Wind.
 
Alice Guerin Crist

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