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.

  • Defiance.
    Bradley, 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!

  • 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.

  • 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!

  • 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 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!

  • 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!

  • 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!

  • He's Old, But He's Young.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 9/21/1957, Vol. 230 Issue 12, p132 

    The article presents an interview with poet Berton Braley. His works has been published in the periodical "The Saturday Evening Post" about 300 times. At the age of 75, he relates that he still drives his own car and has an active thinking that enable him to write more poems. He lives in...

  • 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!"

  • 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!

  • 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!)

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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!

  • 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.

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

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

  • 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!

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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!

  • Ballads of Babbitt Abroad.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 1/21/1933, Vol. 205 Issue 30, p65 

    Presents the poem "Ballads of Babbitt Abroad," by Berton Braley. First line: Paris-seven million waiters,; Last line: And learn about travel from me!

  • 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!

  • 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!

  • 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.

  • 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!

  • 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!

  • 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!

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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!

  • 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!

  • 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!

  • 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.

  • 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!

  • 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!

  • 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.

  • 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!

  • 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!

  • Whose Who are You?
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 4/23/1938, Vol. 210 Issue 43, p24 

    Presents the poem "Whose Who Are You?," by Berton Braley. First Line: I'd like to meet YOU, sometime, Last Line: Maybe there ain't any YOU!

  • Step Lively, Please.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 9/21/1957, Vol. 230 Issue 12, p124 

    The article presents the poem "Step Lively, Please," by Berton Braley. First Line: I am old as the hills; Last Line: them.

  • HO-HUM!
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post;  

    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!

  • 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!

  • And Let the Credit Go.
    Braley, Berton // Saturday Evening Post; 12/4/1943, Vol. 216 Issue 23, p30 

    The article presents the poem "And Let the Credit Go," by Berton Braley. First Line: Homer, that blind minstrel who; Last Line: Right there with 'em!

  • 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?"

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