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Jim Milks

Rookie (2/7/1966 / Boston)

Poems of Jim Milks

81. Her 10/1/2008
82. Hi Baby 8/30/2007
83. Hickory Phil 2/25/2010
84. Highway 8/30/2007
85. Highway Marker 9/29/2008
86. Home 2/2/2009
87. Home for Christmas 1/3/2009
88. Home: A Haiku 1/4/2008
89. Hometown 8/30/2007
90. How to… 2/14/2008
91. Hypocrisy 10/11/2007
92. I never knew Love before 6/25/2008
93. I remember…* 9/6/2009
94. I wander… 12/29/2009
95. If I could… 11/22/2008
96. Immigration: A Limerick 5/21/2008
97. In remembrance of a friend… 1/6/2010
98. Isolated: a Haiku 12/29/2009
99. Isolation: A Haiku 2/27/2009
100. Jim Morrison: A Haiku 7/8/2008

My Bald Head

I can show it, I can hide it the choices abound
it is my head, my own little crown.
It shines in the sun and glows in the night
I could even paint it, oh what a fright.
My baldhead shows age, wisdom and might.
A lifetime of living written above
my bald head is mine to have and to love.

4/7/2007

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