J. Farrell Griffin Poems

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Love, some say, is useless alone,
It won't feed us or clothe us, or buy us a home; But then who longs for shirts and ties,
Or seeks room and board in Paradise? . . .
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Tho' fair to the eye, the iceberg is a snare
with hidden fangs-the assassin of the seas,
Like the friend who seems at first to care
Only to leave you scuttled, to freeze . . .
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