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Some Of My Poems


Justin
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It's Not Hard

 

Take some time to sit

Get a Cup

And enjoy the sip

Reflect on your thoughts

Vacation in your mind

No need to travel to go on a faraway trip

 

 

Voyage Into Eternity

 

Neath the cold waves of night

Moves a metal beast with no light

Never imagined what it is they saw

War at its finest, a deep, crimson raw

 

A fish no man can reel

Their bullets bounce off my hull of steel

Charging forward in my machine i rode

Seeing the ship of my enemy explode

 

Feels like the morning of a beautiful sunday

Everybody will recall the name, C.S.S. Hunley

Sinking down through the depths of history

Through the halls, the shinning halls of eternity

 

 

Fall

 

There is an age that comes when the leaves turn.

Were one cathces the scent of the wood smoke burn.

One feels the chill of the air getting colder.

Or cathces a hint of the days getting shorter.

The water from heaven turns to snow.

As the sun in the distant horizon sinks low.

You know something is up when everything withers,

and falls without a sound.

And all the little animals go to live underground.

Of all the seasons autumn seems to last the longest.

Whether tht be or not, it sure stings the strongest.

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Justin, Fall is one of my favorite seasons of the year. Reading your poem evoked the smells and thoughts exactly of when I live during autumn. Wonderful poem. Well done.

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Justin, Fall is one of my favorite seasons of the year. Reading your poem evoked the smells and thoughts exactly of when I live during autumn. Wonderful poem. Well done.

 

Thanks. I have mixed feelings about Fall. I love the smell of wood smoke and the house getting all comfy and warm. But it always seems to depress me for some reason.

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