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Poet Write Me A Lie

by Walter Jones (Age: 72)
copyright 04-20-2006

Age Rating: 10 +

Muse of truth why me

Can you tell me why
Drips of life fall so hard
You poet you bard

What purpose your voice on this lad
Excuse what shaved head
waiting candle

You cryptic excuse for message
Face reality seeking sage
Christ would cry with you
Chosen few

Window burns
Bushel calls
Hide your soul

Poet leave your mark
Wind carries your cry
Candle holds your tear

Better to be wrong than just hear by ears closed and eyes blind

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        04-23-2006     Regina Pate        

see not with the eyes, hear not with the ears, fly by faith and walk on water, open your heart, I am my father's daughter, hope to catch the sparrow's song today my friend, how have you been, very stimulating, Great write, good job, thanks your friend


        04-22-2006     Kimberly Murphy        

Wonderful. I admire your work. Great job!

Kimberly Murphy

        04-20-2006     Leah Garrison        

mmmm very heady piece.
reminds me of watching incense smoke.


        04-20-2006     Judy Meeker        

This is different. reminds me of a famous poet I know, though I will not mention him here.
God bless,

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