Daniel Lloyd Kennedy

Rookie (Dec.1948 / Lake Forest, Illinois)

Daniel Lloyd Kennedy Poems

41. Dearest Mother 4/15/2004
42. Longingly 4/15/2004
43. The Waitress 5/9/2004
44. Mother Left 4/15/2004
45. This Thing Called Time 5/9/2004
46. Desire 4/15/2004
47. A Fire Begins... (1) 10/19/2004
48. A Dense Gray Fog 4/15/2004
49. A Love To Have And Hold 5/9/2004
50. Mother 4/15/2004
51. Searching Inner Space 5/9/2004
52. A View Of Sunset 4/15/2004
53. Love Me Once Forever 4/15/2004
54. A Measure Of Love 5/9/2004
55. Life Will Go On 4/15/2004
56. Fishees Underwater 4/15/2004
57. Retirement? 5/9/2004
Best Poem of Daniel Lloyd Kennedy


Retirement is the end of work,
That's what some seem to say,
But I have talked to many more,
Who say it's not that way.

It only means you've left one place,
An now must find another,
For all that money you should get,
Is feeding someones brother.

So now that you are finished here,
We would like to say,
We're going to miss your smiling face,
And all those special ways.

You've taught us how you did so well,
And made it fun to learn,
But don't forget to call some times,
One day you might return.

Read the full of Retirement?

Where Souls Do Go

To: My Soulmate, And Her Loving Sister, For All The Inspiration

I feel your presence, where ere I go,
You must feel mine, this much I know,
The soul must show, how could it not,
For souls all go, to a special spot.

When your asleep, and so lightly breathing,
Your soul travels up, while you are dreaming,

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