Alfred Ramos

Rookie (3-2-1945 / California)

Alfred Ramos Poems

361. Ode To Josiah (Living In A Car) 2/6/2008
362. A Place Called All Alone 1/8/2008
363. Falling In Love 6/9/2008
364. 2 Am 12/21/2008
365. Tears Dry On Their Own 4/27/2009
366. The Blind Side 12/5/2009
367. You Are My Valentine 2/13/2009
368. Angry Wind 11/24/2008
369. This House Is No Longer A Home 12/19/2007
370. Glass Butterfly 6/7/2008
371. Somewhere Between Nowhere And Goodbye 5/17/2008
372. Boston Massacre 5/9/2013
373. Beatles Tribute 5/17/2008
374. Maybe, Maybe, Maybe 2/22/2008
375. Let's Spend Our Life Together 1/8/2008
376. A New Life 2/21/2008
377. Love Doesn’t Live Here Anymore 10/1/2008
378. I Keep Telling Myself 1/12/2009
379. ***dead And Gone 6/1/2010
380. A Mother's Love 4/20/2008

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A Mother's Love

I held her hand as tight as I could
Even though I knew it would not do much good
Her breath was shallow and weak
If only my eyes could speak
She would see I felt just as much pain
And the tears I’m trying to contain
I don’t want her to know
I’m having a real problem letting her go
That a piece of me was dying too
As another side of darkness was slipping through
Her pulse was dull, her color was lead
Her skin was clammy, as I wiped perspiration off her head
You could find adoration seeping through her pores
For a mother’s love opens many doors
An aura ...

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No One Has Much To Say

No one has much to say
With hundreds dying every day
Next time you see them will be in a plastic bag
Identified with only a blood stained tag
You might say my protest is unpatriotic
But what can be more chaotic
Than having to kneel and pray
Every single day
No one has much to say

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