Charles Garcia

Rookie (10/29/1924 / Honolulu Hawaii)

Charles Garcia Poems

1. Tomorrow Will Begin Anew 1/21/2006
2. A Valentines Day 2/2/2006
3. I Am Just A Cat 1/10/2006
4. Kitty Kat Goes Blind 12/25/2005
5. Bless These Children 12/25/2005
6. If I Was To Ask For More: 12/25/2005
7. Echos In The Canyon 12/25/2005
8. Remember When 12/25/2005
9. Passing Of 2005 12/26/2005
10. Magellan 12/29/2005
11. Mocking Bird 3/7/2006
12. The Aged And The Dying 12/31/2005
13. Moonstruck 12/31/2005
14. Don'T Fail Me Now 1/2/2006
15. To Succumb 1/3/2006
16. My Thoughts Of Tomarrow 1/8/2006
17. Bird Feeder My Avairy 8/14/2006
18. Someone In The Wings 7/22/2007
19. Motorcycle Man~ 8/1/2007
20. Yellow Leaves Resting~ Haiku 8/1/2007
21. Woman And A Train 10/11/2007
22. Truth From Fiction! Haiku 10/31/2007
23. Stay A Moment Longer 11/8/2007
24. Search ~ Haiku 1/18/2008
25. When Children Were Allowed To Play 11/14/2006
26. Making Up A Whole~ Haiku 12/3/2006
27. My Pa-Pa 12/11/2006
28. War Is Boredom 1/27/2008
29. No Sight But He Can See. 1/29/2008
30. Veteran Wwll On Parade 2/6/2008
31. Critical In Your Search 2/7/2008
32. A Valentine Mystery 2/9/2008
33. A Anonymous Valentine 2/9/2008
34. Statue Of Lincoln 2/21/2008
35. Arlington 5/10/2008
36. Arlington2 5/10/2008
37. Memorial Day 2008 5/26/2008
38. Strenght From Within 1/22/2009
39. Flowers Fade A Way 1/25/2009
40. I Be No Longer There 12/29/2005
Best Poem of Charles Garcia

A Cloudy Day

Cloudy skies obscure your view,
A slight breeze moves the clouds,
Letting in the sun-shine open up a broken sky.

A sight of blue shines through:
A warm breeze caresses your face,
Making you feel at ease.

Reminding you of the days gone by,

Sorting all anxieties leaving your
Mind free and at ease.

For a heart be none but innocent,
Giving all it has for free.

Charles Garcia
Monday, January 16,2006

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Tomorrow Will Begin Anew

Today we have naming of parts; we have to do the daily cleansing of our souls, For tomorrow will begin anew.

Today we have actions that we must take, as winter is ending the morning dew,

Words and actions that must construe, deeds not words,

The bee’s fly forward and backward, seeking out the nectar they so desire.

In rapid flight, Birds twiddle as they fly from the south, in unison, their path laid out,

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