James Casey

Rookie - 0 Points (11June 1940 / Binghamton, New York)

James Casey Poems

1. Water Water Everywhere 12/26/2010
2. A Penny 7/7/2010
3. You Are My Obsession 4/11/2011
4. Redemption 11/12/2011
5. Where Do I Go From Here 1/8/2012
6. The Lady Sings The Blues 5/7/2012
7. Eyes 9/4/2011
8. Waterfall 12/26/2010
9. Rest My Brothers 5/1/2011
10. Run Away 3/28/2011
11. A Corpsmans Prayer 5/1/2011
12. My Wife 8/1/2012
13. Never Take For Granted 12/25/2010
14. If I Should Die 12/25/2010
15. Camping 12/24/2010
16. Waiting For Death 3/14/2011
17. Remember When 6/22/2012
18. Driving Home 9/6/2011
19. Tis Spring 4/19/2012
20. The Sycamore 2/28/2012
21. The Poetstruth 5/28/2012
22. Good Better Best 4/30/2011
23. 1000 Kisses 12/24/2010
24. Building Walls 12/24/2010
25. Sail Away With Me 12/24/2010
26. Forgetter Be Forgotten 12/24/2010
27. The Day American Innocence Died 2/15/2013
28. Sad I Am 7/5/2012
29. Climb The Steep 12/24/2010
30. Close To You 12/24/2010
31. The Clock Of Life 12/24/2010
32. The Last Inspection 12/24/2010
33. The Long Wait 3/26/2011
34. A Lonely Life 4/11/2011
35. Life 5/1/2011
36. A Forgery 2/7/2011
37. Death Of A Poet 4/9/2011
38. Campfire 12/24/2010
39. New York Winter 12/24/2010
40. Falling Leaves 12/24/2010
Best Poem of James Casey

Water Water Everywhere

Water Water Everywhere

Water water everywhere and not a drop to drink
That is of course until this lovely ship does sink

There is nothing to compare to a sunrise while at sea
Oh how I've missed those moments special just to me

Sunrises on the ocean with no one else around
Seems to show God's near us without a single sound

Sunsets are special too, dull moments they are not
Beautiful red colors emitting hues not too soon forgot

Night time on the ocean brings many things anew
On moonless skies it seems so cold with ...

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Arise My Love

Arise My Love

Arise my love, my lovely one come
The winter is past and the rains are gone
The flowers appear it's a season of song
My beautiful one, arise and come with me

Who is it that appears, like the dawn
As fair as the moon, as bright as the sun

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