Philip Winchester

Rookie (1942 / Surrey United Kingdom)

Philanthropic Acrostic

Love of your fellow Man.

(Acrostic) .

Poets of today, of Christian bent,
Have so many ways to display their skills
I am told not to measure time misspent
Literary culture is only food for Fools.
A Love of Mankind men should not resent.
Nor Women for that matter overrule.
Thrive on Poets past or near present.
Hero’s since the dawn of time to school.
Respect the rhymes of ethereal guidance sent.
Of words, your hoard of very precious jewels.
Poet? Praise of every Peer pursuant.
Indicates you’re not alone to quest.
Cynical? Not to do this for a reason?
Simply just to understand you’re truly blessed!

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The Thousandth Man: 27th November 2007

Submitted: Sunday, October 04, 2009

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  • Rookie Munia Khan (2/16/2010 8:22:00 AM)

    This is the man the 1000thman is........praise him... praise his work......! ! ! Simply just to understand i am truly blessed...... (Report) Reply

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