Curtisj Johnson


Curtisj Johnson Poems

81. Letter To Missionay Friends 8/2/2015
82. 36 Years 8/3/2015
83. Turn Around 8/3/2015
84. Country Sweet Soul 8/6/2015
85. Above And Beyond 8/10/2015
86. 24 Hours 8/10/2015
87. I Believe In You-A Letter To America 8/11/2015
88. Winter On Display 8/13/2015
89. Dreaming 8/13/2015
90. Wisely Waiting 8/14/2015
91. The Garden 8/14/2015
92. Sunday Afternoons 8/16/2015
93. Final Answer 8/18/2015
94. Beaches And Volcanoes 8/19/2015
95. Snakes And Mr. Baines 8/20/2015
96. When I Was Young 8/21/2015
97. Two Trees In A Forest, A Letter To Friends 8/24/2015
98. Finding Your Way, A Letter To Ed 8/25/2015
99. A Little Boy's World 8/25/2015
100. The Apple Tree 8/26/2015
101. My Humble Abode 9/4/2015
102. Candy Covered Peanuts 9/6/2015
103. Hello Life 9/7/2015
104. Dear Barbara 9/10/2015
105. She Cried 9/11/2015
106. Doc 9/11/2015
107. The Two Of Us 9/11/2015
108. Nine Eleven (911) 9/12/2015
109. The Stealthy Wizard 9/14/2015
110. Seeing God 9/15/2015
111. For What, And Why? 9/15/2015
112. The Church I See 9/21/2015
113. I Thank You 9/23/2015
114. Outside My Window 9/24/2015
115. The Giant Who Became A Monster 9/25/2015
116. The Key 9/26/2015
117. True Love 9/29/2015
118. Who Is She 10/7/2015
119. Our Friend Bobo 10/7/2015
120. Night Of The Supermoon 10/7/2015
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ENTERTAINMENT
BY Curtis Johnson

In a community deep in the Southern land of feed corn and cotton
The more basic things of life are best treasured and unforgotten

Newspapers and Radios, Jack Rocks and Jump Ropes, Pop Whips, Hide and Seek
In child’s play, we sang our lines; we closed our eyes and did not peep

Checkers and Old Maid, Red Wagons and Hula Hoops; Boys with pockets of marbles
All these and more, when kids never had to be afraid of armed bandits and robbers

Rubber Balls and Home Made Bats; having fun running and rolling rubber tires
All these...

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ENTERTAINMENT
BY Curtis Johnson

In a community deep in the Southern land of feed corn and cotton
The more basic things of life are best treasured and unforgotten

Newspapers and Radios, Jack Rocks and Jump Ropes, Pop Whips, Hide and Seek
In child’s play, we sang our lines; we closed our eyes and did not peep

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