Albert Ahearn


Albert Ahearn Poems

41. False Tenets And Promises 8/12/2009
42. Journey Of My Soul 8/12/2009
43. Inside The Box 8/12/2009
44. Autumns Tryst 8/13/2009
45. Greed 8/13/2009
46. A Vision 8/13/2009
47. Alliterative Rambling 8/13/2009
48. A Noise By Any Other Name Is Just As Loud 8/13/2009
49. Diffident Demeanor 8/13/2009
50. Pictures From The Past 8/15/2009
51. Muscidae 8/16/2009
52. My Cluttered Desktop 8/16/2009
53. Political Science 8/16/2009
54. While Angels Weep 8/16/2009
55. Wishful Thinking 8/16/2009
56. When Time Began 8/16/2009
57. Kathleen 8/13/2009
58. Illegal Aliens (Tanka) 8/14/2009
59. Opinions 8/17/2009
60. Are You Game? 8/17/2009
61. Autumn 8/17/2009
62. Bumblebee 8/17/2009
63. The Beast 8/21/2009
64. Vampire 8/21/2009
65. Theory Of Devolution 8/21/2009
66. The Beast Sleeps 8/21/2009
67. Television 8/22/2009
68. Signs Of Autumn 8/22/2009
69. Until Death Do Us Part 8/22/2009
70. Walking Through Time 8/22/2009
71. Undying Love 8/22/2009
72. Candy 8/22/2009
73. A Quiet Fourth 8/22/2009
74. Cogito Ergo Sum 8/23/2009
75. Deathbed Discourse 8/23/2009
76. Star Stuff 8/24/2009
77. D4 Or E4, That Is The Question 8/25/2009
78. Discombobulation 8/25/2009
79. Death To All.... Have Fun! 8/25/2009
80. Sand Island 8/25/2009

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财 富 比 您 认 为 快 将 来

A fortune cookie changed my life.
I suggest that you wipe the smiles
From your faces my skeptic friends.
It’s true and attributable
To that tasteless of all cookies
The one that they present to you
With the tab after you’re finished
Eating their fine Chinese cuisine.
I broke it in two exposing
The faux message on the paper:
Wealth will come sooner than you think.
After leaving the restaurant
I purchased from a grocery
Store just a few shops up the block
Just one six-digit lottery.
The following lucky Wednesday
All six numbers were drawn that ...

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Elusive Annelid

I am a squiggly, slimy annelid.
I live my life above and underground.
I’m long and slim; I've no eyes or eyelids.
My life has many, many, ups and downs.
In my earthen home made of dirt and stone
This is my terrestrial element.
Here I’m safe and sound and I’m all alone
Morning mist entices my next ascent.
Here above I lie in grassy wetness.

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