Denis Kucharski

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

Denis Kucharski Poems

41. The Execution Of Ms. Tucker 11/27/2006
42. Electric Juice Machine #6 11/27/2006
43. My Novel 11/27/2006
44. New York 11/27/2006
45. The Vegetarian Cow 11/27/2006
46. Deuxieme Langues 11/27/2006
47. Ditch Witch 11/27/2006
48. Campbell Soup Youth 11/27/2006
49. Musings From A Barstool 11/27/2006
50. The Big City 12/1/2006
51. December 2006 12/1/2006
52. Salvador 12/1/2006
53. That Christmas Tree 12/1/2006
54. They Have Starbucks At The Truckstop Now 12/3/2006
55. A Holding Hand 12/4/2006
56. A Big Steaming Pile Of Poetry 12/5/2006
57. Coffee With Nixon 12/5/2006
58. She Sharpened Her Teeth 12/6/2006
59. The Happiness Machine 12/6/2006
60. I Wrote Poems 12/6/2006
61. We'Re Not Like The Rest Of Them 12/7/2006
62. Here Come The Mice 12/7/2006
63. Waiting For That Day 12/7/2006
64. No Time Is Ever Carved In Stone 12/7/2006
65. We Ran Around The Moon 12/7/2006
66. The Awakening 12/7/2006
67. It Came From You 12/8/2006
68. My Star Wasn'T Bright Enough 12/8/2006
69. Anxiously Awaiting 12/9/2006
70. Here You Go, Beethoven 12/13/2006
71. Of Failure 12/13/2006
72. The Utterly Unreal Notion 12/13/2006
73. The Monasterium 12/13/2006
74. Upon The Collected Workings 12/13/2006
75. The Beats Came To Dinner 12/13/2006
76. I Saw That 12/13/2006
77. Picking Up The Pieces 12/13/2006
78. Sagrada Familia 12/13/2006
79. It Made Me Uncomfortable 12/13/2006
80. A Breathless Sunbeam 12/15/2006

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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.

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Buying Time

Today I've been working very hard, toiling to buy time
So that we might spend it together.
I've been desperately searching, scratching
At the earth of life, filing, scraping
A meager den and furrow
So that we might nourish each other
And nature has given few things freely
As Adam's curse scratches back at us
The dirt doth freely humor find

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