Poems of Whitney Albright
|21.||Christ on Easter||3/27/2009|
|22.||'Come Down to the River'||11/24/2008|
|23.||Cotton Candy Clouds||2/11/2009|
|24.||'Dance in the Wind'||11/24/2008|
|26.||Days of April||4/5/2010|
|28.||Dream Man of the Ever-Loving Night...||3/13/2009|
|30.||Dusty Panes and Empty Pews||8/18/2009|
|31.||'Entering a Small Town'||8/29/2008|
|34.||'Footprints In Our Soul'||10/4/2008|
|35.||'For Whom Shall I Fear? '||9/25/2008|
|37.||God's Greatest Creation||8/18/2009|
|40.||Halls Red & White||9/22/2009|
'Entering a Small Town'
New students constantly flock to my college
It is a good place to study and gain knowledge
Very often, I get asked, by the students I meet,
Where’s the nearest place around here to eat?
I always find myself snickering
Every time a new friend and I start bickering
I say, 'Well there’s one restaurant and it closes at two.'
I suppose these freshmen never have a clue
They say they feel so far from civilization