Bud Taylor Poems
|41.||The Petals In A Glacial Flow||5/1/2016|
|42.||Lady Of The Longboard||4/30/2009|
|43.||Liberty The Princess Of Freedom||1/30/2008|
|44.||Oh To Fly, Oh To Fly||4/15/2007|
|45.||Frank Cormack And The Forty Sticks Of Dynamite||10/11/2015|
|46.||Two Happy Marmots, One Red Sock||2/11/2017|
|47.||A Stray Horse||5/27/2007|
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Frank Cormack And The Forty Sticks Of Dynamite
Frank Cormack was a demolitions man
working coal seam number eight
in the boom town of Cumberland
on Vancouver Island in 1933
A gust of wind blew a curtain over a candle
started the King George Hotel on fire
The fire jumped acoss the street and headed for the bank
The employees stuffed the vault and escaped out the back
Frank he tied off forty sticks of dynamite
set the fuse and tossed it in
the bank blew sky high and suffocated that roaring blaze
He said later, 'If i would have done this 3 hours ago
I would have got 20 years.'
The Ear In Heart
'False Evidence Appearing Real'
'Healthy Evidence Appearing Real'
Timely Evidence Appearing Real
What can be more real, true or immediate than a tear?
Happy evidence actually real today