Denis Kucharski

Rookie - 80 Points (November 17,1976 / Medina, Ohio)

Denis Kucharski Poems

281. What Have They Done To Dr. Albert Ellis? 12/20/2006
282. The Punk Pizza Delivery Boy 12/3/2006
283. The Mouse Made The Masquerade 11/21/2006
284. A Poem Of Friendship 11/27/2006
285. My Grandfather Melted Away 1/6/2007
286. Depression 1/3/2007
287. My Star Wasn'T Bright Enough 12/8/2006
288. His Story Is Over 1/30/2007
289. A New Ipod 1/13/2007
290. Inklings Of Doubt 1/13/2007
291. Gas Prices 7/3/2008
292. Poems Don'T Pay The Bills 3/4/2007
293. I Started Watching Television Again 2/17/2008
294. To My Dead Mother The Night Before My Thirtieth Birthday 11/16/2006
295. A Funny Clown 11/27/2006
296. A Big Steaming Pile Of Poetry 12/5/2006
297. 1000 Poems 11/18/2008
298. Wwcnd? What Would Chuck Norris Do? 2/17/2008
299. It's Hard To Write Poems 12/7/2006
300. My Last Day Of Work 3/4/2007
Best Poem of Denis Kucharski

My Last Day Of Work

It was my last day of work
It had to come to an end
That comfortable job
Now long gone
And with it so many memories
My apprenticeship
And now, I
Here in my place
Looking to tomorrow
Trying to find for myself
Something of meaning
Something that matters

When I was a kid
I thought the answers would find me
And now I've realized
I'm no closer
To meaning than I was before
Except I'm just a little older now

I hope I can hold onto tomorrow
Before the present
Slips into eternity.

Read the full of My Last Day Of Work

Richard Fenyman

The mind of an all but mediocre
Genius
The howl of the imagination
Made life incarnate
In formulas, in expressions, in scientific
There I see your childlike smile,
A greater sense of wonder on a leathered face
You taught us to think twice and then again
About what lies on the surface beneath

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