John Libertus

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  • Royce hutchison (2/8/2019 11:38:00 AM)

    Been a long time John.... Call me sometime 4175593276

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Best Poem of John Libertus

When The Fat Lady Sings

no point in waiting,
the wind is rising;
I'm going, and I don't know where -

'I don't remember his face, ' she says,
'just the feeling of happiness wasted,
just knowing he'll someday be gone.'

it isn't on a map, I've got no directions,
I'll put all my stuff in my pocket,
put my pocket in a dream

all of these tools for sharing,
the keyboard, the drives, the display,
need an available socket

but the power is the Power

'When I open the library early
he's already there,
but he doesn't say much, anymore; ...

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I saw them on the sidewalk, man and wife and little girl,
and, like the rightful man I am, I smiled
at the little girl's sweet innocence,
and glanced at the man;

he wore a workman's cap, his body had the look
of muscle that has learned
the lean, hard lesson of the bone;
he saw me there,