AHO Speaks

Rookie (12-19-52 / Boston Ma.)

AHO Speaks Poems

1. My Turn 10/11/2005
2. The Dome 12/29/2005
3. War 12/29/2005
4. Disparity Of The Mind 12/31/2005
5. Why God 2/19/2006
6. First Water 2/19/2006
7. Female Gender 3/5/2006
8. A Philosophy 3/6/2006
9. Image 3/25/2006
10. Primer 2 4/16/2006
11. Epistle To Man 2/2/2006
12. To Be 3/31/2006
13. Interesting 3/31/2006
14. Past, Present And Future 4/5/2006
15. Tomorrow's Time 11/14/2005
16. Reality 10/26/2005
17. The Way Of Images 12/25/2005
18. Acknowledgement 10/13/2005
19. Open Doors 11/3/2005
20. We Need You 11/27/2005
21. Why 11/30/2005
22. The Obvious 12/15/2005
23. God's Rage 10/4/2005
24. Every Child 11/15/2005
25. God-Ours 10/30/2005
26. Inner Harbor Docks 10/16/2005
27. Sights And Sounds 10/16/2005
28. Mother Nature's Fall Dress 10/28/2005
29. Few Words 11/7/2005
30. Events 11/10/2005
31. Nature 10/28/2005
32. God We Know 12/12/2005
33. Change 12/12/2005
34. Blank 10/13/2005
35. Our Earthly Mother's 10/4/2005
36. Beyond 10/4/2005
37. Wishing Well 10/28/2005
38. A Departed Child 11/25/2005
39. Genesis Revisited 2/1/2006
40. Humanity 4/26/2006

Comments about AHO Speaks

  • Judy Hurley (11/7/2008 4:22:00 PM)

    AHO/Another Hurley Original/Charles A. Hurley is my late husband and passed away on August 24,2008 in Charles County, Maryland. He was born December 19,1931 in Boston, Mass. I have just recently started reading his poetry on this site and did not realize he had so much talent. He wrote constantly and without stress or strain. He was very concerned for all people and especially children, mothers and women. Until the end he was very creative and courageous. He could bring alive the web of a small spider and the faintest color in the sunset. love, your baby

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Best Poem of AHO Speaks

My God Is

My God is as the gentle spring rain
My God presents itself again and again.

My God gives us both day and night
My God of vision even without sight.

My God the giver of our eternal sun
My God of multiplicity and also one.

My God of sky, land and water
My God for the creation of each son and daughter.

My God of self and also others
My God of family with sisters and brothers.

My God for this journey I serve
My God for life I do not deserve.

My God for those I loved and those I touched
My God as for you; I loved them very ...

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My Turn

My Turn

What would my preference be if all alone?
My God, myself and another; made of skin and bone.

To whom will I call when there is no other?
Surely the loving human of all; my loving Mother.

Whom will I turn to when I know it is the end?

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