Richard Stilwell

Rookie (09-24-1957 / Mooresville, North Carolina)

Biography of Richard Stilwell

Richard Stilwell poet

Ever since I was sixteen I have been writting poetry if you can call it that... smiling. I invite you to read it and to ponder my words carefully as each word can have double or triple meaning as well as the poem itself. I hope all those metaphors does not make it hard to read and I will give you the place I write about in '21 And I Still Lost' to get you to thinking like me. It is about losing ones virginity in a brothel and getting over being new at sex but finding out that you can catch things form doing it and that it cost a lot to boot... and no I never had that experience.

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Shall We Dance

When we dance,
The smile gets wider,
The heart pounds louder,
The hands get hotter,
The body gets harder,
The laughter gets louder,
The dreams get brighter,
And we become lost in love,
When we dance.

2001

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