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  37.     

Moment In The Morn

The slow founts of dawn,
On a cool winters day.
Cast but one momentous shadow,
Where the new fawn once lay.

Pausing silently in the moment,
Sensing fresh dew on the sod.
Delight in the advent,
And the glory of God.

That still in the early,
And the middle of morn.
Forget for one moment,
Life's trials and its scorn.

So tell me of virtue,
Sweet family and home.
Tis' my God of Thee,
Give me this moment alone.

Morning shall soon pass,
As I linger and yearn.
Praying my God of Thee,
For this moment's return.

(Authors First Poem)
 
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  38.     

Nothing Lasts Forever

Nothing lasts forever
I've always known that truth
But never knew how true it was
'Til I was losing you

Maybe I still just daydreaming
Or maybe I am just a fool
I never knew how true it was
'Til I was losing you

So now you're gone forever
I think I lost my mind
Nothing last forever
I know the truth this time

Nothing lasts forever
I've always known that truth
But never knew how true it was
'Til I was losing you
 
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  39.     

Picking Your Nose Politely

Intense was the prelude,
The shallow comotion.
Like a thief in the night,
Hiding his crime.

Hesitation, calculation,
Precision arciformity.
Immersed in napkins,
Emergent relief.

Looking to the right,
With all of his might,
Then to the left,
Had they noticed the theft?

Then he smiled!
 
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  40.     

Robert E.Lee

Calm and composed as in battle he sat,
The gray-bearded man, in a black slouched hat.
Forced from it's scabbard, so pure and free,
Flashed the gleaming sword, of Robert E. Lee.

Roused from it's rest, by new battle's song,
Shielding the South's feeble, smiting the strong.
Guarding the right, avenging the wrong,
Beneath Virginia sky, til' the day he went home.

Hushed roll of the drums, the sabres are sheathed,
Old soldiers and new, can go home in peace.
New nation of hope, home of the free,
Once was this dream, of Robert E. Lee.
 
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