Jim Boone

Rookie - 112 Points [Jim Boone Poetry] (March 24,1937 / McKinney, Texas)

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US Poet Laureate Nominee 2012 - PROOF OF LIFE POET; POINT OF VIEW POETRY, i.e., GAY: Free verse style that has a rhythm, but not a fixed meter. There is something here for all of God's children, and equality is not just for someone who happens to be hetrosexual. 'I Am that I Am.'

I was born with the 'writers soul, ' but that never came out in my English classes in any of the schools I ... more »

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  • Jim Boone Jim Boone (1/17/2014 3:04:00 PM)

    Come on now, help me out. I have gotten some much appreciated comments about what you have read and 'liked' on here. Please take time to record your comments so others might be persuaded to take time and give a read. Thanks, Jim

  • Hayden Shreeve Hayden Shreeve (7/12/2012 11:44:00 PM)

    Jim would have to be one of the most refreshing poets i have had the pleasure of reading. His writing style is unique, passionate and inspiring. I enjoy his work very much

  • Smoky Hoss (10/25/2011 7:41:00 PM)

    Jim is a fine writer, a wonderful poet. I find inspiration alongside admiration for him and his poetry. I thoroughly enjoy reading his work. I look forward to reading all of his new poems.

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Best Poem of Jim Boone

It's Friday And Sunday's Coming

We’ve made it through four days of study
And work, survival and labor - ‘Well? ’
Looking forward to party time and letting
It all hang out; rockin out with our cocks out
‘Get down! ’ Poppin’ it to some chicks or
Giving it to some dude, maybe selling it –
‘Get up! ’ Golf time, getting away; shopping
Time and charging ahead - ‘Uh-huh ’ -
Breathing time, two days all your own or
With family; two days to focus and relax or
Two more days to survive: It’s Friday and
Sunday’s coming. ‘Keep going ’

Will you spend time with one who loves you
Or ...

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