Bill Simmons


Bill Simmons Poems

1. Blowing In The Breeze 7/23/2005
2. The Riddle 7/23/2005
3. Let Me Know (A Song) 12/12/2004
4. Beneath The Moon 12/12/2004
5. Stately Mansion 12/12/2004
6. The Apple 12/25/2004
7. Clear Still Night 12/12/2004
8. Hawian Blue Skies (A Song) 12/12/2004
9. The Shoe Box 8/3/2005
10. The Hawk 11/20/2005
11. The Pc 8/3/2005
12. Fire That Burns 8/3/2005
13. The Rain Maker 8/3/2005
14. He Found Fire 8/3/2005
15. White Cadillac 8/4/2005
16. I'Ve Never Crossed Such A Sea 11/20/2005
17. First Grade School 11/20/2005
18. Ten Thousand Women 11/20/2005
19. Bluebirds Don'T Fly 11/20/2005
20. The Trojan Heart 11/18/2004
21. Mcgilvery 11/18/2004
22. Mean Senorita 11/18/2004
23. When The World Cries 11/18/2004
24. Whispers Of The Wind 12/14/2005
25. Silver Streams 1/16/2005
26. Sarah Tilly 12/12/2004
27. The Wind It Blows 10/21/2005
28. Tearing This House Down (A Song) 12/12/2004
29. For A Day 12/12/2004
30. Uneasy Feeling 12/12/2004
31. The Old Widow 12/12/2004
32. Ufo 12/12/2004
33. Dogwood Blooms 12/12/2004
34. Soft As Rose Petals 12/12/2004
35. Gypsy Born 11/3/2004
36. Have You Wondered 12/12/2004
37. In Your Shadow (A Song) 12/12/2004
38. The Gunman (A Song) 12/12/2004
39. Lonesome And I 12/12/2004
40. The Tin Heart 11/18/2004
Best Poem of Bill Simmons

Pony Express

He climbs up on his pony
Says, Whoa, stay still
I'm the pony express
I'm wild and my name is Bill

Lets show all these fellas
Just what all we can do
He spats that pony on it's rear
And man, the dust it flew

He runs and he runs
And he jumps a big ravine
Now that's the highest jump
I believe I've ever seen

He runs and he runs
And he turns on a dime
Wild Bill he looks down
I believe he says, That's mine!

He climbs back on his pony
Says, We now gotta go
We be the pony express
And we just can't be slow

We ride to the ...

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The Serpent

In the cold and dark of den
Hear him breath, no light within
The serpent takes his refuge
But soon the hunt begins

Ever sleeping, ever sleeping
And of creatures brave though small
One eye wakes from his slumber
He is feared the most of all

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