Bill Simmons


Bill Simmons Poems

81. Have You Ever Seen A Falling Star 11/20/2005
82. Have You Wondered 12/12/2004
83. Hawian Blue Skies (A Song) 12/12/2004
84. He Found Fire 8/3/2005
85. Hear The Wind 7/12/2006
86. Heartaches (A Song) 4/19/2006
87. Hearts On The Run 12/25/2004
88. Hello World 10/26/2005
89. Here I Am Again (A Song) 12/12/2004
90. Hot Rod Mercury 12/20/2004
91. Hurricane Blues 9/26/2005
92. I Do Wonder (A Song) Recorded 1977, Never Released 12/12/2004
93. I Never Will (True Story) 12/12/2004
94. I Saw Him Cry 11/26/2006
95. Ice On The Water 12/12/2004
96. In My Mirror 6/3/2007
97. In Your Shadow (A Song) 12/12/2004
98. Indian Brave Momo 11/5/2006
99. I'Ve Never Crossed Such A Sea 11/20/2005
100. John Laraquette 7/27/2005
101. June Bug 2/27/2005
102. King Of Kings 12/18/2008
103. Let Me Know (A Song) 12/12/2004
104. Little Feather 8/28/2005
105. Lonely Night 5/23/2006
106. Lonesome 10/26/2005
107. Lonesome And I 12/12/2004
108. Lonesome Halls 6/3/2007
109. Lonesome Heart 11/3/2004
110. Lost Hearts 1/16/2005
111. Lost Soul (Song) 12/17/2008
112. Love Sleeps 2/22/2006
113. Loves Me , Loves Me Not 12/12/2004
114. Low Rider 10/22/2006
115. Magic Moment 6/3/2007
116. Man On A Mountain 10/26/2005
117. Man’s First Hunt 4/23/2006
118. Mansions Of King’s 4/27/2008
119. Master Of Misery (A Song) 7/19/2006
120. Mcgilvery 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 Riddle

He drained the tree, he chained the bird
To a platform at the trunk
And when it was he raised it high
One could hear kaplunk

And too when he raised it high
Like a kite tied to a string
The bird would begin to fly
It would wound the blasted thing

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