G.R. Gaus

Rookie - 141 Points (April 11 1950 / St. Louis)

G.R. Gaus Poems

81. Fragrant Flowers 6/21/2013
82. Tangents 6/24/2013
83. Creativity 6/27/2013
84. Perfection 7/1/2013
85. Dance Of The Ants 7/3/2013
86. A Day In The Life 7/7/2013
87. Cumulus Creatures 7/12/2013
88. The Pacifist Inside 7/30/2013
89. Trust 7/31/2013
90. An Unassuming Life 8/7/2013
91. To Walk That Proverbial Mile 8/8/2013
92. The Womb 8/10/2013
93. Instinct 8/18/2013
94. The Afterglow 8/27/2013
95. True Freedom 9/3/2013
96. What If? 10/1/2013
97. Bittersweet 3/1/2016
98. True Colors 2/23/2017
99. "Rainbow's End, My Huckleberry Friend" 2/23/2017
100. Give Me A Thought 2/23/2017
101. Smashes To Ashes And Rust To Dust 2/23/2017
102. The Gift 2/23/2017
103. Embers Remembered 2/23/2017
104. Enough 3/6/2012
105. Unfortunate And Fame 3/6/2012
106. Politicians-Ambitions-Suspicions-Traditions 3/6/2012
107. The Once Called Flutterby 3/27/2012
108. Tess 3/27/2012
109. The Wild And Wayward Wind 3/27/2012
110. Winter's Solstice 3/27/2012
111. Manifest Destiny Rides Again 3/6/2012

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Manifest Destiny Rides Again

We call ourselves Americans;
Have we erased the past?
Forgotten how this land was won?
Can't hear the distant blast?
Mighty cannon, shining gun,
Below; the setting sun.

We call ourselves Americans;
Destiny was our vow,
A legal word to burn and kill,
Ask not, the why or how,
Look back beyond the hill,
Blood for honors, spill.

We call ourselves Americans;
An ancient culture tossed,
Missionary's spread disease,
Entire tribes were lost,
Women, children to their knees,
A warrior's pride, was seized.

We call ourselves ...

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Unfortunate And Fame

How old was I, when first we met?
A diamond, sparkled in your eye;
Taught me young, I won't forget,
The power, that fame can buy.

A crooked path, those who walk,
That shallow life of fame;
With a superficial, line of talk,
Autographs, bind your name.

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