Mark R Slaughter


Poems of Mark R Slaughter

221. Our Mutual Fun 2/2/2009
222. Our Vestiges Of Chance 2/15/2014
223. Overweight with Food 10/4/2009
224. Ovum 11/4/2013
225. Pantoum on Nature's Patience 11/16/2009
226. Paradox 1/13/2011
227. Paranoia 10/6/2013
228. Payment 11/9/2010
229. Peace Came 3/6/2010
230. Pen 10/12/2010
231. Pen It! 11/14/2011
232. Phileas the Frog 4/28/2009
233. Phlebotomist (not for the squeamish) 3/7/2009
234. Photograph 12/22/2010
235. PIANO 3/23/2009
236. Pink 11/2/2010
237. Pirouetting Autumn 11/3/2009
238. Pleasant Night 10/23/2009
239. Poem 2/19/2010
240. Poetry On The Chin 5/24/2010

Great Oak

Ancient, yet steeped in wisdom;
Massive, yet enlightening;
Never tired of growing or vexed by seasons,
You stand glorious in summer;
Monumental in winter.

And as you overlook your forest
With sagacious governance,
They all defer to you - dependence in hand:

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