Karl Stuart Kline

Rookie (2/16/50 / Las Vegas, Nevada - When there was only one saloon in town!)

Karl Stuart Kline Poems

1. (1.4) Madness Waits For Me 11/18/2006
2. (1.1) Peggy 11/18/2006
3. (1.2) One In A Thousand 11/18/2006
4. (1.3) Love On The Mountaintop 11/18/2006
5. (1.2) To Be My Wife 11/18/2006
6. (1.3) Peggy On Valentine's Day 11/18/2006
7. (1.5) The Dreamer 11/18/2006
8. (1.5) The Dreamer, Part 2 11/18/2006
9. (1.5) Thoughts 11/18/2006
10. (2.0) One For All 11/21/2006
11. An Impossible Task (Words Reach Where Bullets Cannot Go...) 11/21/2006
12. (2.22) Head Hunters 11/21/2006
13. (2.22) Slavery 11/21/2006
14. Irksome 11/14/2006
15. (2.2) The Talent Agent (Ladies Beware!) 11/24/2006
16. (2.3) Russian Brides #1 (9/6/01) Round The World Romance... 12/8/2006
17. (2.3) Russian Brides #2 (9/8/01) Some Become Victims... 12/8/2006
18. (2.4) Rape For Hire 12/8/2006
19. (2.41) Going Home 12/10/2006
20. (3.31) The Caress (Chastised!) 12/19/2006
21. (3.31) The Stripper (4/18/99) 12/20/2006
22. (3.2) The Tear (My First Poem - 1966!) 12/20/2006
23. We All Agree (Children As Victims...) 12/24/2006
24. (3.3) Black Widow 12/28/2006
25. (3.23) Love Amongst The Pines (1969) 12/28/2006
26. (1.8) The Best Of 2003 (Written By Request For The Ilp Book Of The Same Name) 1/3/2007
27. (2.21) 9-11,2001 (One Brother Against Another...) 1/13/2007
28. Prose Poem 1/18/2007
29. Good Women 3/25/2007
30. (3.5) Waiting At I.N.S. (3/22/2001) 3/31/2007
31. The Last Poet (7/8/2001) 3/31/2007
32. Abusing Women Ii 12/9/2008
33. End This War 12/10/2008
34. (3.0 - 3.6) Brain Stemmed Roses 12/11/2008
35. End This War Ii 12/14/2008
36. Ole George Ducker 12/14/2008
37. For Marina, Christmas,2008 12/24/2008
38. (1.6) Sad Songs 3/18/2009
39. Modern Slavery 4/22/2009
40. Acid In Your Face! 5/5/2009
Best Poem of Karl Stuart Kline

(3.25) Freedom (1960's)

To stand forth in strength;
The strength of wisdom,
The strength of knowledge,
The strength of power,
The strength to stand tall,
The strength to say nay,
The strength to be proud,
To be strong, able and wise,
Down this road true freedom lies...

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(1.5) The Dreamer

The full moon beckons
To my heart
And clutches that most
Important part

With dark dreams of those
Lonely nights
And a lovely lady that
Fades from sight

Fantasies that now fade
With daylight
And make me yearn again
for the night...

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