B.J. Ayers

Rookie - 114 Points (06/25/1940 / North Carolina)

B.J. Ayers Poems

41. My Lost Tooth (For Ben) 8/24/2006
42. Old Man Death 9/7/2006
43. A Fair Life 9/7/2006
44. A Ghostly Tale 9/8/2006
45. The Robin 9/8/2006
46. Paths Of Life (A Valentine Song) 1/31/2007
47. The Treasure Of Life 3/18/2007
48. My Wife 2/14/2009
49. The Moon 5/19/2011
50. Memorial Day 5/27/2011
51. Talk To Me Before I Leave 8/5/2011
52. A Lovers Summer 8/8/2011
53. Questions 8/10/2011
54. Life With Love 8/12/2011
55. A Choice Of Nectar 8/12/2011
56. You Pesky Fly 8/21/2011
57. The Greatest Gift 6/13/2010
58. Nature's Prayer 4/7/2007
59. If I Could Do These Things 5/11/2011
60. Life - Between Two Points 5/14/2011
61. The Snowfall 1/21/2008
62. Subliminal Love 1/22/2008
63. My Friend The Rabbit 6/1/2007
64. Fate Or Luck 7/24/2006
65. The Storm 3/18/2008
66. A Time Gone By 7/26/2006
67. Fear (The Emotion) 9/13/2006
68. The Snake 5/17/2011
69. Living In The 50's 8/9/2011
70. Raindrops And Rainbows 2/1/2009
71. Life After Death 5/23/2011
72. Wake Up America 9/19/2006
73. Boy And His Kite (Special Memory) 8/15/2006
74. A Little Brook 8/2/2006
75. Sunrise 4/15/2007
76. Love Is Bliss 2/1/2009
77. A Grandpa's Wish 7/24/2006
78. More Than Friends 7/25/2006
79. The Old Oak Tree 3/23/2007
80. A Journey In Life 2/3/2007
Best Poem of B.J. Ayers

Sunset

Out over the ocean, and it’s waves it lay,
A magnificent orange sphere, as it drops to the sea,
With spears descending from within the fire,
The magnificent beauty of the sunset each day,

An immanent display, for the world to share,
As it seeps below horizons, to end the day,
Only to share light, so that others may see,
The beauty of the sunset for all who care,

Up above the clouds, that shadow the light,
The rain, the snow, and the elements that blind,
That magnificent glow, that Brightens our world,
Another sunset awaits, just to share ...

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More Than Friends

As Time moves forward,
And memories are made,
Remember your friends,
Our love will never fade.

The fun we all had,
The memories we bare,
We’re all still together,
And forever we’ll share.

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