C R Clark

Rookie - 7 Points (1946 / Arkansas)

C R Clark Poems

1. The Hunt 2/2/2008
2. Springtime Meadow 2/2/2008
3. My Granddad's Porch 2/2/2008
4. First Americans 2/2/2008
5. Marbles (Circa '54) 2/2/2008
6. Shaking The Boat 2/2/2008
7. Worry 2/8/2008
8. Tranquility 2/9/2008
9. Girls Look Great In Camo 2/11/2008
10. There's A Land God Has Promised Those That Serve Him 2/2/2008
11. Smiling Eyes 2/15/2008
12. The Times They'Re Always Changing 2/15/2008
13. Tornado 2/16/2008
14. Success 2/23/2008
15. Joker 2/23/2008
16. Winona 2/23/2008
17. Poetry 2/29/2008
18. I’m Hooked On Ph (For Lucianne Fasolo) 2/29/2008
19. Seems Natural To Me To Be Drawn To The Wild 3/7/2008
20. Coco 3/7/2008
21. Thunder Rolz (Haiku) 3/14/2008
22. Perfect Camo (Haiku) 3/14/2008
23. I Revel In This Moment 3/16/2008
24. Dee, The Young Master’s Mare 3/16/2008
25. A Slow, Cool Summer Rain 3/21/2008
26. The Dark Horse Is Joe T 3/21/2008
27. For The Good Of Mortal Man 3/21/2008
28. Solitude 3/7/2008
29. Quick Retorts 3/22/2008
30. Little Dude’s Treasure 4/18/2008
31. I Talk To Jesus 4/18/2008
32. Dandy Don 4/18/2008
33. Knave Of The Watery World 4/18/2008
34. Old Dobber 4/19/2008
35. Me And Lew 4/19/2008
36. Ph, To Me 5/2/2008
37. Bethel’s Redemption 5/2/2008
38. The Assault On The Innocents 5/3/2008
39. In Stealth I Sit, In Forest Deep 5/9/2008
40. Ghost Critter Creeps 5/9/2008
Best Poem of C R Clark

*ode To An Abandoned Farmhouse

It’s just an old abandoned farmhouse
On a weedy, grown up moor
I suspect that it has stood there
For a century or more
Its boards are firm but weathered
From it’s windows, shards of glass
Rusted tin upon the rooftop
Keeps its floor as dry as ash

How many has it sheltered
Through the years till its demise?
Children’s heights are duly noted
Notches cut and age inscribed
Dejectedly it stands there
Just affronted and ignored
After years of faithful service
Held in thoughtless disregard

It’s just an old abandoned farmhouse
On a weedy ...

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The Hunt

As I ascend the oak
And find my place among its boughs
This day has yet to see the sun
And it’s luminescent rays
The dark, the solitude of night,
The beating of my heart in
Hope’s anticipation
Stirs a fervor in my soul
The frosty breath of autumn air

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