Ruby Honeytip (1970)
Where Are You Red O'Mara?
I've been searching high and low,
For a poet I've never laid eyes on,
Someone who turned my grey skies to blue,
Poetry my smile could rely on.
I worry that something may have gone awry,
For comments from my friend
It seems have run dry.
Maybe life has led Red,
Away down many different roads,
Or maybe he's just pissed off,
With broken verification codes! !
I'm not worried, for around the corner he's lurkin'
Dreamin' up a sequel to 'How The Big Mac Got His Gherkin'
He's not gone forever it will all be alright
I still have 'One Day If I Could Spend The Night'
And another I love that rhymes with alright
Is the whimsical musings in ' Slow Movin Tights'
(I couldn't choose between my favourites o_O Imagine my plight)
Where are you Red?
I hope you're ok
I hope the pull of creation
Brings you back my way
(one day) xxx
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Verification codes on this site have become very difficult to navigate. Sometimes it takes 30 mins to post new poems...grrrrr.
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