Jackie R. Kays
Biography of Jackie R. Kays
I am seventy three years young.
I was a proud member of the Unite states Air force for seventeen years.
I was injured in Vietnam in 1965, which ended my Air Force career.
I’ve been writing poetry for over fifty years. I write from my life experiences
and my heart. My technical skills a sourly missing. (Sorry)
I am retired on a small ten acre plot in the Ozark hills of Missouri,
where all I do is compose poetry and write Novels.
I Have over 600 poems posted at; Jackspoems.com
I am presently working on two new books.
Jackie R. Kays's Works:
'The Stone Throwers' and 'To Die Alone.'
available at Barns and Noble.com and other book stores.
Jackie R. Kays Poems
Ode To The Queen Of Hearts
The Royal Princess lies quietly now robed in a flowing white gown as the world mourns her passing from Old London Town.
Humanities' Unspoken Shame
Out of large, expressionless brown eyes peering from her small, gaunt black face, shinning in the broiling African sun…in her little faded,
Thelife And Death Of A Scarecrow
In a wind swept cornfield he stands, a vigilant sentinel always on guard for that pesky thief…the crow.
Oh! Come Let Me Love You One More Time!
Lay your head on my shoulder, and let me hold you and tell you of your many charms.
From Across The Crowed Room
From across the crowed room, and as chance would have it be, Our eyes met in perfect harmony.