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BC: W.H. Auden (1907-73) That night when joy began Our narrowest veins to flush, We waited for the flash Of mornings levelled gun. But morning let us pass, And day by day relief, Outgrows his nervous laugh, Grown credulous peace As mileby mile is seen No trespasser's reproach And love's best glasses reach No fields but are his own | White rabbit-Jefferson Airplane One pill makes you larger And one pill makes you small And the ones that mother gives you Don't do anything at all Go ask Alice When she's ten feet tall And if you go chasing rabbits And you know you're going to fall Tell 'em a hookah smoking caterpillar Has given you the call Recall Alice When she was just small When men on the chessboard Get up and tell you where to go And you've just had some kind of mushroom And your mind is moving low Go ask Alice I think she'll know When logic and proportion Have fallen sloppy dead And the White Knight is talking backwards And the Red Queen's "off with her head!" Remember what the door knob said: "FEED YOUR HEAD _______________ FEED your head

FC: Austin Peton

1: That night when joy began One pill makes you larger And one pill makes you small Our narrowest veins to flush Go ask Alice When she's ten feet tall But Morning let us pass, And day by day relief And you'vr just had some kind of mushroom And love's best glasses reach but Have fallen sloppy dead Feed your head

2: W.H. Auden (1907-73) That night when joy began Our narrowest veins to flush, We waited for the flash Of mornings levelled gun. But morning let us pass, And day by day relief, Outgrows his nervous laugh, Grown credulous peace As mileby mile is seen No trespasser's reproach And love's best glasses reach No fields but are his own | White rabbit-Jefferson Airplane One pill makes you larger And one pill makes you small And the ones that mother gives you Don't do anything at all Go ask Alice When she's ten feet tall And if you go chasing rabbits And you know you're going to fall Tell 'em a hookah smoking caterpillar Has given you the call Recall Alice When she was just small When men on the chessboard Get up and tell you where to go And you've just had some kind of mushroom And your mind is moving low Go ask Alice I think she'll know When logic and proportion Have fallen sloppy dead And the White Knight is talking backwards And the Red Queen's "off with her head!" Remember what the door knob said: "FEED YOUR HEAD _______________ FEED your head

3: W.H. Auden During his career as a poet Auden wrote about four hundred poems. Which included seven long poems(book length). His work is noted for its stylistic and technical achievements, its engagement with moral and political issues, and its variety of tone, form, and content. The central themes of his poetry are: personal love, politics and citizenship, religion and morals, and the relationship between unique human beings and the anonymous, impersonal world of nature. | Jefferson Airplane Originaly from San Fransico, Jefferson Airplane was a pioneer to the psychedelic rock movment. The group's founder was singer Marty Balin. Female singer Grace Slick joined which accelerated the bands reputation. The band was one of the leading acts during the 'Summer of Love'. And was also a leading act at 'Woodstock'. Jefferson Airplane later became known as Jefferson Starship after a change in members.

4: Imitation Poem #1 Black Bear Black as night Prepared for fight In and out of sight Creeping might In the bushes he lay Waiting for prey Forever he will stay Night or day Until the food walks near They must fear Because the Bear is near This poem is imitating Blank Verse. It does not utilize a 5 metrical feet perameter, but does have some boundries. Within the poem are true rhymes, Identical rhymes, and Accent rhymes. | Imitation Poem #2 West Maybe its instinct I still dream of the West I want to migrate there Just as my ancestors did Maybe its freedom For the land it holds Will bring joy to all And satisfaction forever As far as you can see Mountains and Valleys Grasslands and Praires This is were the wild come to have fun This is a place I call home So as soon as I can I will move out there I will suffer the hard winters And enjoy the quite Living simple Living in the West This poem is Free Verse.

5: Hero By:Austin peton He is unseen Not to my eyes, but to yours His work unapreciated, Mistakenly ignored He is the Average man, working for my well-being Sacrificing anything For the family Comitted to our future Making sure we are OK This man doesnt mind it though He does it willingly Let it be 3 jobs or 1 It doesnt matter Working himelf to death For us He is my Father

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