Treasure Island

Karl Stuart Kline

(2/16/50 / Las Vegas, Nevada - When there was only one saloon in town!)

(1.1 - 1.7) Going without Peggy

This first group of poems is excerpted from my book, 'Going Without Peggy' It wasn't the first book that I wrote, but you can see that it is first in my heart
These are excerpts from the book and I am going to provide the table of contents from the book.

Perhaps seeing what is here and what is not here will help you to decide if you are interested in procuring a copy of the book for yourself.

'Dedicated to the love that's all around,
With which this world abounds,
But never is easily found'


EPILEPSY (Section 1)

A Shared Disability
A Happy Marriage
Epilepsy's a Dirty Word
On My Own...

LOVE & MARRIAGE (Section 2)

A Thought
An Expression of Love
I've Got a Girl
Six Cups of Coffee
Joyce's Limerick
This We Know
One in a Thousand
The Woman I Want
Holiday Inn,1980
Love on the Mountaintop
I'm Getting Married!
To Be My Wife
Peggy's Lost Valentine
Peggy on Valentine's Day


Madness Waits for Me
Peggy’s Death
My Last Haiku
The Last Days
Forgive Me
The Greatest One of All
On Peggy’s Visitation
My Sweet Peggy
Always Late
The Dreamer
The Dreamer, Part 2
Referring to Peggy
Going Without Peggy


Seeking the Healing Power of Sleep
An Open Letter
Sad Songs
Blue Moon


Journal Entry
Peggy’s Roses
Unfinished Symphony
Blessed Be
Starting Over

Submitted: Tuesday, July 22, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, July 23, 2008

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