John Adams

(New York, New York)

John Adams Poems

1. Grand Canyon Lands 1/2/2003

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  • 123456789 (5/14/2020 9:35:00 AM)

    Cows are what we eat and drink...........

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  • puppywierd247 (5/14/2020 9:34:00 AM)

    This is a lerimick about John Adams;

    John Adams became a great man,
    Who told Thomas Jefferson to write the declaration
    I ate doing this
    Because I have no Idea what im doing
    You guys are wierd, no one these days have humour
    Ps. I stopped writing the poem because I got bored

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Grand Canyon Lands

I'm in a wild neglected niche,
Mojave joins the sublime ditch.
Out from Lake Meade where deserts burn
As heat surrounds a cooking urn.

These fiery winds may take their toll
Infernos' depths; devil's punch bowl.
Bright ochre sands like burnished chrome
Reflects the sun, earth's nascent home.

Grand Canyon's wild. So am I.
Wild donkeys thrive with coyotes nigh.
Cactus water, at least, is clean
When hunger gnaws, there's mesquite beans.

Let coyotes howl. Old owls can hoot
Snakes can't pierce my heavy boots.
I had to come. There...

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