Edward Iacona

Rookie - 82 Points (August 27,1948 / Brooklyn, New York)

Edward Iacona Poems

1. A Change Of Strife 7/28/2009
2. A New Beginning / Spring 2014 3/27/2014
3. A Rocky Road 5/31/2012
4. A Sign Of My Times 4/18/2010
5. A Singular Blessing 3/22/2011
6. A Song Of The Ages 2/21/2011
7. A Too Comfortable Cat 2/27/2015
8. A-Litter-Ation 9/1/2013
9. Are We There Yet? 6/19/2011
10. Asunder 2/4/2009
11. At My Tech And Call 6/25/2009
12. Bamboozled 9/6/2011
13. Check - Mate 6/28/2012
14. Culture Schock 5/14/2011
15. Dis Duh Season 10/22/2011
16. Do Not Reply 5/7/2011
17. Dog - Er - Ill 12/3/2012
18. Dreck The Halls 12/7/2012
19. Elf Explanatory 5/14/2011
20. Emotional Holiday 11/25/2009
21. Everything Happens For A Reason 11/25/2009
22. Feeling The Future 6/4/2009
23. Floored! 8/26/2014
24. For Freedom... Gone Fishin' 7/26/2009
25. Free Style 3/26/2012
26. Garden Partay! 5/19/2010
27. Green (Card) With Envy 3/27/2012
28. Intend Uh-Oh! 5/14/2011
29. Just Be Claus 5/14/2011
30. Just Kidding! 9/9/2010
31. Love Notes 5/15/2013
32. Magic Words 2/6/2013
33. Mating Menu 2/21/2011
34. Merry Questmas 5/14/2011
35. Mind Over Time 4/21/2013
36. New Herizons 3/26/2012
37. Off The Hook 4/12/2012
38. Oh! The Horror! ! ! ! 9/29/2014
39. Oy! Me Faithful 1/20/2010
40. Park Place Monopoly 5/10/2012
Best Poem of Edward Iacona

Everything Happens For A Reason

EVERYTHING HAPPENS FOR A REASON
Edward Iacona


Everything happens for a reason. Nothing happens by chance or by means of luck. Illness, love, lost moments of true greatness and sheer stupidity all occur to test limits of your soul.

Without these small tests, life would be like a smoothly paved, straight, flat road to nowhere; safe and comfortable but dull and utterly pointless.

Sometimes a person will come into your life and you know right away that he or she were meant to be there…to serve some sort of purpose, teach you a lesson or...

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Sorry!

The phrase 'I'm Sorry' you may agree
Has turned into a social amenity
We say 'I'm Sorry' more than Brenda Lee
Which was a hit song for her back in 1960.

You may not want to acknowledge the damage you've done
The pain that you've brought to spouse, daughter or son.
But if you've done wrong you must see the light
To take a pro-active step to returning things right

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