Classic Fiction

Dorothy Parker

Three Poems by Dorothy Parker

Ballad of Understandable Ambitions  Fame and honor and high degree, Jeweled scepter and throne-room plot — Yellow primroses, they, to me; Milder longings are mine, God wot. Smooth and simple I’d have my lot; I’d More

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