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  PAUL HARTAL
 
 

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  1.     

Healthy, Wealthy and Wise

To be healthy, wealthy and wise
takes more than working hard,
going early to bed and jumping out of it,
yawning and weary, early to rise.

To be healthy, wealthy and wise
You need to eat well, sleep well and dream,
plan, struggle and relax and spread love,
breathe fresh air and exercise.


But to be healthy, wealthy and wise
You also need good luck, for a thunderbolt
can derail the train of your plans and a nail
puncture the balloon of advice.
 
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  2.     

The Seven Shortest Poems In The World

Thought:

Brain
Train

Architecture:

Brick
Trick

Bad Habit:

Quit
It!

Insomnia:

Nap
Gap

Plagiarist:

Edits
Credits

Elderly Love:

Last
Lust

Whore:

Quick
Pick
 
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  3.     

The Secret of the Universe

In the beginning man and woman
were not separated from each other.
Since the dense dawn of time
in their primal state of being,
embalmed with aromatic thyme,
they formed an innocent whole,
united in one body and soul.

From the days of inscrutable prehistory,
an impervious veil conceals the mystery.
But lo and behold the miracle,
close and tight,
in the fire and ecstasy of love
when body and soul reunite,
in the rapture of the euphoric embrace
the universe reveals its profound secret
in a penetrating, deep and ineffable knit.

And then yonder above
flapping its wings flies a celestial dove
as invisible bells of the cosmos
chime ethereal music to eternal love
and heavenly violins play kudos
in melodious hymns.
In remote galaxies elated stars whirl,
the planets sing in joy,
they dance on their orbit and twirl.
 
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  4.     

And She Said No To Her Lover

"If you really love me, you cannot say no",
he said.

"O, I hate to say no, but I must", she replied.

"Then you don't love me."

"You are unfair and try to control me.
I don't like to be manipulated", she said.

"Wow, this is turning to be ugly."

"On the contrary, I think this can help
to improve our relationship."

"How could it? I think this sinks the ship
of our relationship", he said.

"No. This could improve our relationship,
because refusing your request frees me
from frustration and resentment", she said.

"And why would you be frustrated
and resentful? " he asked.

"Because you don't respect me", she said.

"But I do respect you".

"No. You don't."

"I don't understand you.
Why do you keep saying this? "

"Because if you really respect me,
you would be more considerate
and would not try to manipulate me."

"I don't try to manipulate you".

"Yes you do."

"I don't see how all this feud would lead us
to a better relationship", he said.

"If you care, it will. And my refusal
clears the way for understanding
each other better. It opens the door
to a greater love, because if you
really love me, you care about me
and respect my right to say no to you".
 
Paul Hartal
   
 
 

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