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Poetry is one of my passions, I enjoy writing poetry, researching and reading other poets work as well.In the last three years, I have been able to find my purpose as a poet and it is truly to inspire readers with thoughts that are presented to me. Much of my time is given to mentor and assist young poets. I consider my own work an odd cross between Langston Hughes and Robert Frost. Yet, I don't ... more »

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  • ~ Jon London ~ (10/5/2009 10:57:00 AM)

    The return of one of the most talented and inspirational poets to bless this site..with words that dive and swim in the minds of all who read this wonderful writers works...Jack Price's poetry is some of the finest you'll find here at Poemhunter...He breathes life into simple words...with emotion and imagery that paints a world coloured by vivid scenery...that warms the heart....His poetry reaches beyond the lines...pulls the reader into ink...where each dance in splendour to the loving tones Jack plays......Be inspired...read and admire.....This poets work.....lifts the spirits higher..........Enjoy! ! ! !

    All the very best for the future my friend....Lovely to have you back

  • Shashendra Amalshan (8/22/2009 1:55:00 AM)

    Jack Price is a very goo, humble poet in the site..
    His poems are in many ways inspirational to young budding youth..
    Most of his poems not only entertain the reader, but also give a good message..
    And more than anything he is a great person and a good friend..

    May you live forever! !

  • djean Whitney (4/26/2009 10:36:00 PM)

    You are sweet and I love all your poems thanks for writeing one for me, your the first and you now how to get a girl to smile, Thanks agen!

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Best Poem of j l price

A Journey Unknown

Toss a bottle into a stream
just where does it go?
The moving water takes
it in the direction of the current.
Along its way it may contact
other visitors in the form of
branches, debris or even other
fellow cans or bottles.

Where will its journey end? Will it
be scooped out of the stream and
placed with other trash where it
should rightfully be? Will it proceed
onward and then become merged
into a larger body of water? How many
miles will complete its journey? Just
How long will it be in the water?

How many other bottles or cans ...

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