Charles Hancock


Charles Hancock Poems

121. I Know A... 11/19/2011
122. Reunion Committee Poem 11/2/2011
123. Heritage Hills Class Of Eighty-One 11/2/2011
124. I Get This Feeling 9/26/2012
125. Endless Summer, Dazzling Autumn 10/10/2012
126. Candy Man 10/25/2012
127. Raspberry Tea And Empathy 11/23/2012
128. Sugar And Spice 7/15/2014
129. Escaping The Friend Zone 12/27/2014
130. Thanksgiving Day 11/18/2014
131. The Farewell Kiss 5/13/2014
132. Watering Dead Flowers 8/24/2014
133. Hot Lips And Empty Arms 12/14/2012
134. Wintertime Blues 2/21/2013
135. What Was I Looking For? 11/23/2013
136. A Boy Named Samuel 8/8/2012
137. Hot Summer Night 8/21/2012
138. Easy To Remember 10/20/2012
139. Time Bandit 4/24/2014
140. Young Lady/Old Soul 1/11/2014
141. My Memory Jar 6/16/2014
142. The Way Back Home 10/17/2014
143. The Three Dates 2/26/2015
144. The Swing 10/5/2017
145. Date Night 7/29/2014
146. A Conspiracy Of Silence 7/18/2014
147. Rainy Solitude 9/17/2012
148. The Banshee's Wail 4/12/2012
149. Evil Woman 9/30/2012
150. Maybe, Just Maybe 11/16/2012
151. Days Of Wine And Roses 9/8/2014
152. Walkin' After Midnight 4/3/2015
153. Gold Star Mother 8/2/2014
154. A First Date 10/16/2012
155. Yesterday's Hero 5/9/2014
156. Remember Me 12/14/2012

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Remember Me

On that pleasant spring morning,
when the birds are out and performing
and the sun's rays are warming

Remember me

On that sultry summer night
after the thunderstorm yielded its might
and the moon is revealing a little light

Remember me

On that crisp autumn day
when you have time to whittle away
and the leaves are an intense color buffet

Remember me

On that raw winter twilight
when the sun is inching out of sight
and you're ready to call it a night

Remember me

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My Morning

An audible disturbance reverberated in the wee hours
Lurching out of bed, my eyes squinting and my body weary
Oh joy, the railroad is needing me on this morning dreary

Fumbling with the phone in the dark, I dropped it twice
Clearing my throat, I answered it, sounding barely alive
The caller mumbled something at oh-four-thirty-five

Shuffling to the sink to slosh cold water on my face

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