Albert Ahearn


Albert Ahearn Poems

201. You'Ve Been Had 3/3/2010
202. A Petty Argument 3/6/2010
203. Willful Neglect 3/7/2010
204. Sadness Lingers 3/9/2010
205. Ignorant Bliss 8/17/2009
206. Musing 8/17/2009
207. My Mournful Memorial 8/18/2009
208. Retribution 6/27/2010
209. Lives To Eat 9/2/2010
210. Enlightened 9/5/2010
211. Early Falling Leaves 9/6/2010
212. The Son Also Rises 9/7/2010
213. Swan Song 9/8/2010
214. Daydreaming 9/10/2010
215. Rivers Edge 9/12/2010
216. Unknown Soldiers 9/13/2010
217. Anatomy Of A Dream 9/15/2010
218. Futility 9/16/2010
219. A Poet Also Rises 9/17/2010
220. Unspoken Words 9/21/2010
221. Dying Love 9/23/2010
222. An Autumn Burial 9/24/2010
223. Unrequited Love Poem 9/26/2010
224. Broke Down Downtown 9/27/2010
225. Whirlpool 10/1/2010
226. Leaves 10/5/2010
227. Saturday's Storm 10/5/2010
228. Malcontents 10/12/2010
229. Beauty 11/27/2010
230. Ad [verse] Sarcasm 11/29/2010
231. Love Child 12/1/2010
232. A Thunderstorm 12/6/2010
233. A Love Pawn 12/12/2010
234. Not All Pigs Oink 12/16/2010
235. Christmas Cards 12/21/2010
236. Eclipsed From Sleep 12/21/2010
237. A New Years Birth 1/3/2011
238. Displaced Loved One 1/11/2011
239. Music Of The Spheres 1/12/2011
240. Home Delivery 1/16/2011

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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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Swansong

“Look! The aging poet sleepwalks again.”
“Sir, should we wake him from his nightly tour? ”
“No! God no! His heart could not stand the strain.”
“He’s heading for the open study door.
His ambulant steps on the floorboards creak
With every step along the corridor.”
“Listen! The bard is beginning to speak.
Let’s heed his words, step softly on the floor.”

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