Christian Allen

Rookie (Georgia)

Christian Allen Poems

1. Chilly Chicago 8/30/2009
2. Cigars 8/30/2009
3. Bars 8/30/2009
4. Sleepily I Wake 8/30/2009
5. Bodies 9/16/2009
6. Hills And Battles 9/16/2009
7. Smoking Creek Side 2/7/2010
8. Sunday February 14th 2010 2/14/2010
9. Cigarette 8/23/2010
10. Circumstances 8/30/2009
11. A Gentle Breeze Knocks The Grass 8/30/2009
12. For Whom My Heart Bleeds 8/30/2009
13. Young Georgia 8/30/2009
14. Georgia Is Wet In Summer 8/30/2009
15. As If I Shouldn'T Have 8/30/2009
16. The Old Man Sits On His Porch 8/30/2009
17. Loneliness 8/30/2009
18. God's Country 8/30/2009
19. The Book Keeper 8/30/2009

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The Book Keeper

The Book Keeper, smells of ashes and cherry wood,
Of pipes and tinder, and of things ancient and grey.
His beard is a forest, of thick white hair,
Even it has seen things, that I haven’t.

The Book Keeper, with eyes of amber,
Knows what to say when I am lost, he knows.
The Book Keeper, I hear, never says where he’s from.
But I will know, when he speaks to me, tonight, I will know.

The Book Keeper, loves his books, as his children.
With the utmost kindness, he sorts them, again, and again.
He cleans them, studies them, comforts them, again, ...

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As If I Shouldn'T Have

My memories churn, and run and work.
Of the time I met you by the brook.
You, dressed for summer’s sake.
I, a man with a wife to take.

My shoes are cold, my sweet, smothering.
Yet the late summer sun, is determined,
To win from me, my back.

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