Judd David

Rookie (May 19,1980 / NY)

Judd David Poems

1. Promise 2/1/2007
2. Sinners, Saints, & Accidents 2/1/2007
3. Tweekin On Main St. 2/1/2007
4. Commotion 2/1/2007
5. Chant 2/1/2007
6. Pancakes And Syrup 2/6/2007
7. Maybe A Bullet 2/6/2007
8. The Dog Song 8/27/2008
9. A Clown Too Fat To Walk Across A Wire 8/27/2008
10. Alabama 8/27/2008
11. Don'T Tease The Lion 8/27/2008
12. My Widow 8/27/2008
13. Red, Green, Yellow 8/27/2008
14. You Can Use Me 8/27/2008
15. Rain On Your Rooftop 8/27/2008
16. Bang Our Glasses Again 2/1/2007
17. Couch The Comfort 2/1/2007
18. Bastards Of Eden 8/27/2008
19. Oh Boy 8/27/2008
20. Sweet Nicole 8/27/2008
21. Good Respiration 2/1/2007
22. Momma's Little Baby 2/1/2007
23. Funeral Train 8/27/2008
Best Poem of Judd David

Funeral Train

Funeral Train

Waiting around,
for a funeral train in Chester,
and I don't feel it's coming round.

I heard my mother,
crying in the kitchen,
doing her best not to make a sound.

And I could lay on the rails or set my sails,
or clench my fists again,
maybe put my guns away.

Remembering you and what you wanted.
All that we stood for.
How can I walk away?

From these,
home dreams,
and half broken bridges,
that you wouldn't dare to burn down.


Read the full of Funeral Train


When the trees have grown too tall
And the seeds are a memory
Take the shade

When your baby birds leave the nest
Teach them all that you know
And wish for the best
Then watch them fly

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