B.J. Ayers

Rookie - 56 Points (06/25/1940 / North Carolina)

B.J. Ayers Poems

1. A Fall Evening 1/6/2013
2. I Saw The Light 1/6/2013
3. In The Still Of The Night 1/12/2013
4. Secrets 11/21/2013
5. My Country 11/26/2013
6. The Pain Of An Old Man 1/4/2013
7. The Making Of A Family 2/12/2015
8. Snow 2/17/2015
9. Shed No Tears 1/6/2013
10. What Is Death? 2/16/2015
11. A Play On Words 2/19/2015
12. A New Day 2/15/2015
13. Have You Ever Wondered? 1/4/2013
14. Man Walking {a Friendly Wave} 7/24/2006
15. Fate Or Luck 7/24/2006
16. Family 7/24/2006
17. Loneliness 7/25/2006
18. A Surprise No More 7/26/2006
19. Evening 7/25/2006
20. My Best Friend 8/10/2006
21. Why This Uniform 8/17/2006
22. Common Sense 8/17/2006
23. Natures Fountain 8/24/2006
24. I Wonder (Expanded) 9/7/2006
25. We Must Not Forget 9/11/2006
26. One Little Smile 4/12/2007
27. The Beauty Of Life 4/12/2007
28. Rainy Day 4/15/2007
29. Sorrow 4/24/2007
30. The Spectacular Mountain 5/28/2007
31. The Politician 6/1/2007
32. Subliminal Love 1/22/2008
33. I Remember A Time 3/18/2008
34. Ponderings 3/20/2008
35. When I Am Gone 1/31/2009
36. A Life Not Wasted 2/1/2009
37. A Season Called Fall 8/15/2006
38. A Life Not Forgotten 8/16/2006
39. In The Words Of A Child 8/17/2006
40. My Lost Tooth (For Ben) 8/24/2006
Best Poem of B.J. Ayers

Sunset

Out over the ocean, and it’s waves it lay,
A magnificent orange sphere, as it drops to the sea,
With spears descending from within the fire,
The magnificent beauty of the sunset each day,

An immanent display, for the world to share,
As it seeps below horizons, to end the day,
Only to share light, so that others may see,
The beauty of the sunset for all who care,

Up above the clouds, that shadow the light,
The rain, the snow, and the elements that blind,
That magnificent glow, that Brightens our world,
Another sunset awaits, just to share ...

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Fate Or Luck

Just what is fate and what does it mean,
Hopes to dreams to wishes and more,
Not always good nor always bad,
It’s often only, what we wish for.

Like a maze we’re in, with no end in sight,
We often expect more, than it can share,
Especially the good, we all wish for,
It‘s never enough, we think it’s unfair,

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