Death and Taxes1931I. The Minor PoetHis little trills and chirpings were his best.No music like the nightingale's was born
Within his throat;but he, too, laid his breastUpon a thorn.II. The Pretty LadyShe hated bleak and wintry things alone.All that was warm and quick, she loved too well-
A light, a flame, a heart against her own;It is forever bitter cold, in Hell.III. The Very Rich ManHe'd have the best, and that was none too good;No barrier could hold, before his terms.
He lies below, correct in cypress wood,And entertains the most exclusive worms.IV. The FisherwomanThe man she had was kind and cleanAnd well enough for every day,
But, oh, dear friends, you should have seenThe one that got away!V. The CrusaderArrived in Heaven, when his sands were run,He seized a quill, and sat him down to tell
The local press that something should be doneAbout that noisy nuisance, Gabriel.Vl. The ActressHer name, cut clear upon this marble cross,Shines, as it shone when she was still on earth;
While tenderly the mild, agreeable mossObscures the figures of her date of birth.
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