Barry Van Allen
Barry Van Allen Poems
|44.||By Both For Ever After||6/20/2007|
|45.||Candle Melting Down||2/10/2007|
|46.||Chance Meeting Conversation (I.E.-Lecture)||8/15/2007|
|47.||Chasing My Tale||2/17/2007|
|48.||Children Left To Be||8/15/2007|
|49.||Clewless, And Clawless||6/9/2007|
|53.||Cranky Old Man||2/3/2008|
|59.||Down - Ups||5/15/2007|
|61.||Dreamy Feelings Again||2/3/2008|
|63.||Dylan's Prize (4-8-08)||4/8/2008|
|64.||Earth Poker! ... (Surprise Us)||6/20/2007|
|65.||Eastman' S Hell||10/24/2007|
|66.||Echos Of The Party||9/19/2007|
|70.||Ever - Changing Man||8/11/2007|
|78.||Flowers And Trees||2/7/2008|
Comments about Barry Van Allen
Famous lady will you come with me,
I would like to show you something.
Put on an ugly hat and glasses,
not meant to flatter you,
disguise your voice a little bit,
... just don't put away that smile.
South of town and then some,
beneath a little piece of sky,
in the middle of a great big chunk of quiet,
there is a virgin-almost lake that I would like to show you.
I believe that the moon is bigger there,
or maybe the reflection makes it seem that way,
it does not know about your fame,
and it truely does not ...
You just proved his point...
He didn't call you stupid, man - - -
he said 'dis-educated', and that you
could'nt spell 'CAT',
if they gave you the first two letters!
Well, yes! He called you stupid - - -
anyhow, you proved his point by hitting him!