Frank Avon

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The person for whom Frank Avon is a pseudonym is 77 years old - and has been for some time. It sounds like a lucky number, so he feels he might as well stick with it for a while. He was an educator for 45 years, and is now retired, though not graciously, for he misses teaching every single day. He has written thousands of poems, but has never p ...
Popular Poems
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Treasure Island: Overall Statistics
The scores are evening up:
I'm now behind
57 to 49
not a bad alignment
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2.
Not Found (Error To Origin)
Just another way
to frustrate me

Just another way
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3.
Summer Gone
It's raining.
The day is gray.
Chilly.
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4.
Realms Of Gold
'... which bards
in fealty
to Apollo hold'
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5.
No Snow At All
Let there be no snow
save in paintings
as by a window framed
in the palace of their love.
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Kumarmani Mahakul 26 May 2020
Frank Avon is a very highly talented and motivational poet of high reputation. He writes beautiful poems on various topics but he is a naturalist poet. He keenly observes nature and beauty and his poetic mind sings beautifully. I have read and reviewed his magical poems and I am very much pleased. Frank is indeed a great poet who has natural power and gifted qualities to express his thought, emotion, learning and perception. He is a legendary poet of natural perception!
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Kumarmani Mahakul 26 May 2020
I am wishing all the best to poet Frank Avon for his high literary perseverance! May God bring unlimited happiness and fortune for him! BEST WISHES FROM: Poet Kumarmani Mahakul, Ranked #309 on date 23 May 2020, Saturday, Ranked # 320 on date 24 May 2020, Sunday, #334 on date 25 May 2020, Monday, and ranked #325 on date 26 May 2020, Tuesday, on top 500 poets of the world (As per the World Poetry Database Information)
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Marianne Reninger 07 December 2015
If you are really from Tennessee, and really was an educator, I invite you to read my poem, Little Teacher about Lenore Whitaker Wood, the young teacher who left Asheville, N.C. for eastern Tenn. in 1902 to teach and inspired the book by Katherine Marshall, called, Christi. Perhaps, you might enjoy it! Thanks, Marianne Reninger
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Daniel Brick 18 February 2015
Frank, this a sterling poem and I am greatly honored to acknowledged as probably my favorite poem about me I ever read. First, you got aspects of my personality so right, the insights add up to a chaacter study, rYou sprinkled poem titles therby showing what I've always believed the poems are US. In the second I felt like a character from the Mdernist Era (my favoritr) with the theme of fragmentation of any stable identty. Anow I confess I have not slept lately and mltiple typing errors resu.lt and also these displays of letters when I fall asleep at
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