Jayl Morris

Rookie - 499 Points [sirrom] (April 23,1956 / St. Louis, MO)

Jayl Morris Poems

1. Christian 1/29/2014
2. The Plea 1/29/2014
3. Full Bloom 1/29/2014
4. The Space 1/29/2014
5. I Missed Work Today 2/8/2014
6. The Valley Below 4/8/2015
7. Where I May Roam 4/8/2015
8. Tenement 4/8/2015
9. Elton 4/8/2015
10. My Love 4/8/2015
11. Window 4/8/2015
12. Skylights 4/30/2015
13. All Grown Over 4/30/2015
14. Find Time To Play 4/30/2015
15. Sorrylittle Poem 4/30/2015
16. Special Way 4/30/2015
17. Prayers Answered 4/30/2015
18. Mother's Day 5/10/2015
19. Balance Due 5/24/2015
20. To Kill A Man In A Painful Way 6/20/2015
21. Distant Worlds Very Close 6/20/2015
22. My Best Friends 6/27/2015
23. The Robot Song 7/1/2015
24. I'm Watching You 7/2/2015
25. A House Next Door 7/12/2015
26. Father Of My Son 12/2/2015
27. His Will I Will Do 12/2/2015
28. Truth Of Men 12/13/2015
29. Return Old Man 12/22/2015
30. Longing 1/13/2016
31. Beach 1/13/2016
32. Boulders 2/9/2016
33. With A Small Child 3/21/2016
34. I Want To Ride My Water Cycle 3/21/2016
35. Were Dreams A Wind 6/24/2016
36. Visitors 1/27/2014
37. Questions 1/27/2014
38. The Long Lost Poem 1/27/2014
39. En Masse 1/27/2014
40. The; Errand 1/27/2014
Best Poem of Jayl Morris

The Fawn

Oh beautiful youth
in no rush be,
lest wonderful words
be deceiving thee.

Though you see the sun on high
your day is but the dawn.
though your love is like the doe
your heart is but a fawn.

Though true the dreams
your heart surely knows,
be gravely certain
you hold the rose.

May your heart never break
but by God above.
And He alone guide you
to whom you give your love.


September 1987

Read the full of The Fawn

The; Errand

How I wonder,
what I came in here for.

I must have forgotten as,
as I came through the door.

I'm sure it had
to do with something.

I could never forget
just plain old nothing.

I ask for opinions
and get dubious retorts.

I think it was
an errand of sorts.


July 1974

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