Came into a family of seven and had a wonderful childhood. Left high school in my junior year and went to work as a produce clerk with 'First National stores.
Went into the army in july of 1952 and was trained in copying morse code.
Left the army and went to work for the National Security Agency for the next thirty years.
Most of my work is carried under the name ... more »
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chuck Hurley Poems
Rule of Law
lawyers who become politicians and make the rules Learning their lessons enrolling in two schools.
My Girls Of all the girls who freely gave A portion of their love I have always saved.
A Departed Child
A Departed Child Console me God when I lose a loved one Allow me to accept it; as 'your will be done'.
Missing you for a day and it seems like a year Even one minute is a life time; I swear.
The guy you ordered has been out most of the day He is going to cry a lot or moan and groan; so they say.
If you are my sister and I know you are It matters not whether you are near or afar.
God does not give and then take away God was here yesterday and also today.
When I Must Leave You
When I must leave you for a little while Please always carry along with you a great big smile.
The water had its beginning before time began Before even the first born our God would call earthly man.
Almost Three From out of a dark and sleepless night The moon is a mirror to reflect the sun's light.
Placement I am is part of the universal creation Not separate; distinct or different, as in a human relation.
Language It is not academics, familarity and understanding of an ology nor the spiritual realm Nor the leaders of the many who are the stewards of our cultures as captains of the helm
Revelations Man's intent appears to hasten the end of earth and be its cause of demise The obvious is obvious and the female cannot say it comes as a surprise
I Should Know Better
I Should Know Better I who see you among and also around To feel your love and also surround.
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Rule of Law
lawyers who become politicians and make the rules
Learning their lessons enrolling in two schools.
They eventually write, interpret and prosecute what they know
Hide behind 'pro bono'; while making a lot of dough.
It is not the 'rule of law' but rather it has been the rule of mostly men
They keep making them up; over and over and over again.
Laws have no compassion. fairness or equity in them
Those are the gifts given predominatly to women.
Orators of tiny words that came from the past
From the language of an empire that did not last.
Laws seldom contain ...