Citations with the tag: BRALEY, Berton

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  • As Is.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 4/15/1933, Vol. 205 Issue 42, p22 

    This article presents the poem "As Is," by Berton Braley.

  • THE HABIT.
    Braley, Berton // Songs of the Cattle Trail & Cow Camp; 1/1/1919, p59 

    The lyrics to the song "The Habit," by Berton Braley are presented. First Line: I'VE beat my way wherever any winds have blown; Last Line: For, once you git the habit, why, you can't keep still.

  • And the Moral of That Is ‥.
    Bradley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 5/24/1941, Vol. 213 Issue 47, p30 

    Presents the poem "And the Moral of That Is," by Berton Braley. First line: If we knew all about each other; Last line: It still won't do you any good.

  • Pediculous.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 2/28/1931, Vol. 203 Issue 35, p24 

    Presents the poem "Pediculous," by Berton Braley. First Line: Time was the word was never heard; Last Line: And thinks its "L---y!"

  • But Definitely.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 12/18/1943, Vol. 216 Issue 25, p32 

    The article presents the poem "But Definitely," by Berton Braley. First Line: Today "fantastic" is the word, Last Line: Why, it's fantastic!

  • TheWorker.
    Braley, Berton // Radical Teacher; Fall2014, Vol. 100, p37 

    The poem "The Worker" by Berton Braley is presented. First Line: I have broken my hands on your granite, Last Line: In a word that was meant for his own.

  • Yumaresque.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 8/13/1938, Vol. 211 Issue 7, p24 

    Presents the poem "Yumaresque," by Berton Braley. First Line: Oh, why did I ever roam; Last Line: Arizona!

  • That Jenesaisquantity.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 7/24/1937, Vol. 210 Issue 4, p24 

    The article presents the poem "That Jenesaisquantity," by Berton Braley. First Line: Oh, stepping out, lassie, with you; Last Line: No, not on an income like mine!

  • Myopia.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 2/14/1942, Vol. 214 Issue 33, p28 

    The article presents the poem "Myopia," by Berton Braley. First Line: Ladies, be pretty as you can; Last Line: To reach before you reach his heart.

  • Defiance.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 1/24/1931, Vol. 203 Issue 30, p68 

    Presents the poem "Defiance," by Berton Braley. First Line: If you won't go with me to places, Last Line: Don't help my case a little bit!

  • Windows.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 12/17/1932, Vol. 205 Issue 25, p22 

    Presents the poem "Windows," by Berton Braley. First Line: Your future window- Last Line: I'll toss a brick and break 'em!

  • QUAKER HILL.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 9/14/1940, Vol. 213 Issue 11, p43 

    Presents the poem "Quaker Hill," by Berton Braley. First Line: Austin Hunt, of Quaker Hill, Last Line: No one knows at what!

  • Pecuniary Passion.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 3/5/1932, Vol. 204 Issue 36, p50 

    Presents the poem "Pecuniary Passion," by Berton Braley. First Line: I write these verses, honey, Last Line: To spend the check on you!

  • The Defense Rests.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 3/2/1940, Vol. 212 Issue 36, p28 

    Presents the poem "The Defense Rests," by Berton Braley. First Line: WHEREAS all parties do admit; Last Line: And calmly wait a lifetime sentence.

  • De Gustibus.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 6/25/1938, Vol. 210 Issue 52, p24 

    Presents the poem "De Gustibus," by Berton Braley. First Line: Feminine Zulus don't strike us as looloos; Last Line: That we must marry 'em too!

  • To a Puzzled Child.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 8/27/1938, Vol. 211 Issue 9, p24 

    Presents the poem "To a Puzzled Child," by Berton Braley. First Line: You don't see why you have to do; Last Line: Why should it be?--You've got me there!

  • No Help Wanted.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 1/28/1938, Vol. 210 Issue 28, p24 

    Presents the poem "No Help Wanted," by Berton Braley. First Line: Whenever I'm trying to park; Oh please let me park my own bus!

  • Room to Let.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 2/13/1932, Vol. 204 Issue 33, p50 

    Presents the poem "Room to Let," by Berton Braley. First Line: Drive me somewheres east of Suez, Last Line: some other star!

  • On Tour.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 4/16/1938, Vol. 210 Issue 42, p24 

    Presents the poem "On Tour," by Berton Braley. First Line: Now the motorists roam the countryside, Last Line: Taking their manners for a ride.

  • That's Their Story.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 11/20/1937, Vol. 210 Issue 21, p28 

    Presents the poem "That's Their Story," by Berton Braley. First Line: It's general knowledge that many a college; Last Line: And Yale!

  • Give the Countersign!
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 11/11/1939, Vol. 212 Issue 20, p26 

    The article presents the poem "Give the Countersign!" by Berton Braley. First Line: Three little words, three mighty words; Last Line: Dinner.

  • Americanus Sum.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 2/4/1933, Vol. 205 Issue 32, p70 

    Presents the poem "Americanus Sum," by Berton Braley. First line: Spake Jefferson Perkins, American-born: Last line: Which same I would do for myself--if I dared!

  • Apple Sauce.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 1/3/1931, Vol. 203 Issue 27, p106 

    Presents the poem "Apple Sauce," by Berton Braley. First Line: CYNICS, Skeptics, Realists, Last Line: Wouldn't make up for it quite!

  • Phony Graph.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 11/2/1957, Vol. 230 Issue 18, p40 

    The article presents the poem "Phony Graph," by Berton Braley. First Line: To chum with the swanky and smart is; Last Line: To counterfeit money.

  • Cliché Parade.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 2/15/1958, Vol. 230 Issue 33, p42 

    Presents the poem "Cliché Parade," by Berton Braley. First Line: Of all the clichés; Last Line: That I take a dim view of.

  • Customers' Man.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 7/16/1932, Vol. 205 Issue 3, p73 

    Presents the poem "Customers' Man," by Berton Braley. First Line: How gay was the way of the; Last Line: Well, all I can say is, it's time he began!)

  • PURELY PERSONAL.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 1/21/1950, Vol. 222 Issue 30, p88 

    Presents the poem "Purely Personal," by Berton Braley. First Line: I am as I am; Last Line: I am--as I am!

  • Included Out.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 1/18/1958, Vol. 230 Issue 29, p40 

    Presents the poem "Included Out," by Berton Braley. First Line: While most of the guests laugh at Joe's corny; Last Line: Is the Wife of the Life of the Party.

  • Help! Help!
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 9/14/1935, Vol. 208 Issue 11, p24 

    Presents the poem "Help! Help!," by Berton Braley. First Line: I want to be put on Relief, Last Line: Oh, give me Relief from Relievers!

  • Positively Neolithic.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 2/5/1938, Vol. 210 Issue 32, p24 

    Presents the humorous poem "Positively Neolithic," by Berton Braley. First Line: I'm reactionary, Last Line: And an Atavistic Hard-shell--I'm Your Man!

  • Take the Rap.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 10/17/1959, Vol. 232 Issue 16, p166 

    Presents the poem "Take the Rap," by Berton Braley. First Line: Opportunity knocked; Last Line: You gotta be listening.

  • That's Plenty.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 1/13/1940, Vol. 212 Issue 29, p28 

    Presents the poem "That's Plenty," by Berton Braley. First Line: In other words, if she's a beaut, Last Line: A cute kid needn't be acute.

  • The Classics Come to Limerick.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 12/17/1932, Vol. 205 Issue 25, p71 

    Presents the poem "The Classics Come to Limerick," by Berton Braley. First Line: The days of Ulysses were rife; Last Line: And thus came the finish of slavery!

  • Chant of the Amateur Craftsman.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 12/16/1939, Vol. 212 Issue 25, p24 

    Presents the poem "Chant of the Amateur Craftsman," by Berton Braley. First Line: Let sailormen rave of the wind and the wave; Last Line: A hammer and nails!

  • No, Thanks.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 5/16/1931, Vol. 203 Issue 46, p26 

    The article presents the poem "No, Thanks," by Berton Braley. First Line: I envy not the politician, Last Line: I envy not the politician.

  • THE GLOW WITHIN.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 1/4/1941, Vol. 213 Issue 27, p67 

    The article presents the poem "The Glow Within," by Berton Braley. First Line: Oh, you gotta get a glory; Last Line: Or you're dead inside!

  • Opportunity.
    Breley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 4/2/1938, Vol. 210 Issue 40, p24 

    Presents quotations from notable people on various issues. Berton Braley on bankruptcy; N. W. on the characteristic of a person who is a bore.

  • HO-HUM!
    Breley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 1/16/1937, Vol. 209 Issue 29, p61 

    Presents the poem "HO-HUM!," by Berton Braley. First Line: If people yawn at what you've spoken, Last Line: I'm bored by you, or you by me!

  • Girl Scouts.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 5/25/1940, Vol. 212 Issue 48, p30 

    Presents the poem "Girl Scouts," by Berton Braley. First Line: A GAL'S a pal, a chum, a crony? Last Line: Woman thinks, "Is this the one?"

  • Female Help Wanted.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 5/14/1932, Vol. 204 Issue 46, p22 

    Presents the poem "Female Help Wanted," by Berton Braley. First Line: I'm Weary of dreary purveyors of sorrow, Last Line: Oh, please, Pollyana, come back!

  • Sales Manual.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 6/8/1940, Vol. 212 Issue 50, p30 

    Presents the poem "Sales Manual," by Berton Braley. First Line: You don't need to flatter slickly; Last Line: Swell, but don't, don't itemize 'em.

  • Getting Down to Fundamentals.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 12/2/1939, Vol. 212 Issue 23, p24 

    Presents the poem "Getting Down to Fundamentals," by Berton Braley. First Line: BEAUTY is only skin deep- Last Line: As the Pacific Ocean.

  • Ballads of Babbitt Abroad.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 1/14/1933, Vol. 205 Issue 29, p31 

    The article presents the poem "Ballads of Babbitt Abroad," by Berton Braley. First Line: I do not feel the urge to roam, Last Line: I'm gonna cross over to Paris today.

  • The Weigh of All Flesh.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 8/20/1938, Vol. 211 Issue 8, p24 

    Presents the poem "The Weigh of All Flesh," by Berton Braley. First Line: OH, WHY is it that these mountains of fat; Last Line: 'tain't pretty, 'tain't right!

  • Dude as You Would be Done By.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 11/22/1941, Vol. 214 Issue 21, p28 

    Presents the poem "Dude as You Would be Done By," by Berton Braley. First Line: OH, I'M a poor cowboy upon a; Last Line: And ride in my levis, a cowboy once more!

  • Opportunity.
    Braley, Berton // It Can Be Done: Poems of Inspiration; 1/1/1921, p15 

    Presents the poem "Opportunity," an excerpt from "A Banjo at Armageddon," by Berton Braley. First Line: With doubt and dismay you are smitten; Last Line: The Best work hasn't been done.

  • Success.
    Braley, Berton // It Can Be Done: Poems of Inspiration; 1/1/1921, p113 

    Presents the poem "Success," an excerpt from "Things as They Are," by Berton Braley. First Line: If you want a thing bad enough; Last Line: You'll get it!

  • The Conqueror.
    Braley, Berton // It Can Be Done: Poems of Inspiration; 1/1/1921, p138 

    Presents the poem "The Conqueror," an excerpt from "Things as They Are," by Berton Braley. First Line: Room for me, graybeards, room, make room! Last Line: I am the spirit of Youth; make way!

  • Man--Delay That Gunga Din.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 6/1/1932, Vol. 204 Issue 50, p22 

    Presents the poem "Man--Delay that Gunga Din," by Berton Braley. First line: I am fond of Kipling's; Last line: Of a syllable or word of Gunga Din!

  • And/Order an Ax.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 6/29/1940, Vol. 212 Issue 53, p28 

    Presents the poem "And/Order an Ax," by Berton Braley. First line: Nothing makes me sorer; Last line: Hang him!

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