William Chaplar Poems
|3.||If There Were No Players||2/18/2013|
|4.||Civil War Ballad||2/27/2013|
|5.||Don't Stop The Laughter||2/28/2013|
|6.||Bridging The Gap||2/26/2013|
|7.||Why Does No One Cite Leviticus?||2/13/2013|
|10.||Quitters Never Win||2/13/2013|
|11.||What Did You Do?||2/20/2013|
|12.||Pomp And Circumstance||2/20/2013|
|14.||If You Did Your Best...||2/21/2013|
|15.||Real Men Say I Love You||2/21/2013|
|17.||The Very Least Among Them||2/23/2013|
|18.||You Won't End Up Alone||2/23/2013|
|19.||Where Were You?||2/26/2013|
|20.||Thou Shalt Not Procrastinate||2/26/2013|
A marathoner starts a race but quits after a mile,
and people ask why he so poorly fared.
It doesn't take a genius or that awfully long a while
for all to see that he was not prepared.
A football team ranked number one gets beat their opening game
by one that all agree could not compare.
It doesn't take a sportscaster of nationwide acclaim
to figure out that they were not prepared.