Dancing with angels

Dancing With Angels Play the cards you are dealt There’s not much you can do Enjoy the time that you are granted Before you start your life anew Don’t waste time with consequences Made from un important things Live like there is no tomorrow Play before the buzzer rings I’ve been dancing with the angels At least a time or two by rights Both times … Continue reading Dancing with angels

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The Piper at Dunblane

The Piper at Dunblane A chanter cracked from overuse Cheeks salt stained from shed tears Shed for those who lost their lives Lost well before their years The piper played for seventeen Who never saw their best Amazing Grace hung in the air While our hearts beat in our chests The massacre at Dunblane School took seventeen that day One teacher and lo, sixteen more … Continue reading The Piper at Dunblane

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Take another road

Take another road If you don’t know where you’re going And you have a heavy load You can always change direction And take another road There’s always more than one way to the finish If one leads in, one leads out Take another road to where you’re going And you’ll find it round about Life is never straight line It’s a circle never ending To … Continue reading Take another road

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The Old Man and the TV ( A Street Poem)

The Old Man and The TV The old man sat in the darkness Taking in what he could see He smiled, although slyly And he leaned in close to me He said the air is different You can taste it here abouts Listen close to what’s around you The air is different…there’s no doubt I didn’t understand him He spoke in concepts, not in words … Continue reading The Old Man and the TV ( A Street Poem)

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The Master

The Master A man known as “The Master” came to speak to our small town He was revered as a wise man And he always dressed in brown He answered every question Though his answers did confuse He was more of a rainmaker A charlatan, a ruse For twenty bucks he’d let you in To hear him speak about the world His hair, was just … Continue reading The Master

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