Karl Stuart Kline

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

Karl Stuart Kline Poems

81. (2.0 - 2.6) Poison Pearls 7/25/2008
82. (3.6) Hunter's Moon 12/18/2006
83. (3.4) Dragon's Fight 8/21/2008
84. (3.24) One In All And All In One (I Am God...) 7/25/2008
85. (3.26) The End Result (January,1971) 3/4/2007
86. (2.6) Hungry Women 7/22/2008
87. (1.6) Starting Over... 3/17/03 12: 43 Am 7/17/2008
88. (2.32) Secret Police (Afghanistan) 12/23/2006
89. (2.31) United Nations 7/18/2008
90. (2.41) Going Home 12/10/2006
91. (3.3) Sensuous Woman (It's Not Love, But It's Not Bad...) 12/28/2006
92. (2.0) One For All 11/21/2006
93. (2.4) Rape For Hire 12/8/2006
94. (2.3) Russian Brides #1 (9/6/01) Round The World Romance... 12/8/2006
95. (1.1) Epilepsy Is A Dirty Word 11/22/2006
96. (2.4) Betrayal (Sold As Raw Goods, Like A Horse To Be Broken...) 12/8/2006
97. (1.5) The Greatest One Of All 11/18/2006
98. (2.1) Pedophiles 11/24/2006
99. (1.4) My Sweet Peggy 11/18/2006
100. (3.12) A Fun Posting From My Publisher's Bulletin Board 1/6/2007
101. (2.22) Head Hunters 11/21/2006
102. (2.2) The Talent Agent (Ladies Beware!) 11/24/2006
103. (2.21) 9-11,2001 (One Brother Against Another...) 1/13/2007
104. (2.22) The Skeleton (Altered One Word For Language Concerns...) 5/24/2007
105. (3.22) The Safe Society (From 1960's) 7/25/2008
106. (3.0 - 3.6) Brain Stemmed Roses 12/11/2008
107. (3.11) Who, Me? 7/25/2008
108. (3.21) Vertical Pollution 6/12/2008
109. (3.23) Mountain Stream 8/5/2008
110. (1.6) Peggy's Roses (Roses Three...) 11/14/2006
111. (1.1 - 1.7) Going Without Peggy 7/22/2008
112. (1.4) Madness Waits For Me 11/18/2006
113. (1.5) Going Without Peggy 11/14/2006
114. (3.2) The Tear (My First Poem - 1966!) 12/20/2006
115. (3.25) Freedom (1960's) 7/25/2008
116. (2.3) Young Girls (Crossing The Border...) 12/15/2006
117. (2.42) Cigarettes (Stealing Moments From Their Masters...) 12/3/2006
118. (3.21) Storm's End 12/18/2006
119. (3.12) A Thousand Poems (A Quest That's Never Ending...) 12/18/2006
120. (2.2) Waking With Robert Frost (Written 9/11/2001 - 7am) 12/14/2006

Comments about Karl Stuart Kline

  • Herman Dexter Herman Dexter (5/14/2014 11:02:00 PM)

    recorded a song version of Storm's End here: http: //www.ohmstudio.com/session/214001/storm

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  • Karl Stuart Kline (Human Rights) (11/25/2006 7:31:00 AM)

    Curious about the numbers in my poem titles?
    I used them to put my poems in chronological order, so that anyone who reads them in order will find that they're reading a story of sorts. The reason that I lead with the Epilepsy poem is that it's something that both Peggy and I had to deal with since we were children. It's also what ultimately brought us together and helped tomake our relationship very special because each of us always had that unspoken understanding for what the other had been through...

    For anyone who might be checking my links below; I've erased them!
    It seems that I'm not the only high profile 'Karl Kline', so they confused the issue intead of clarifying it. Until Poemhunters puts up a search that includes my middle name, you can do a search for 'Karl Stuart Kline' or go directly to one of my sites at www.poeticat.com, www.poeticat.net or www.scaredsafe.org

    >^.\/.^<
    Karl Stuart Kline

Best Poem of Karl Stuart Kline

(2.2) Waking With Robert Frost (Written 9/11/2001 - 7am)

I woke up with Robert Frost this morning...
with sweep of wind and downy flake
I woke and I could see without warning
His Woods as his little horse gave his head a shake...

The road less taken has brought me here
To where I’ve stopped without a farmhouse near
Meditating on what has brought me to this queer
Circumstance and I pause in solitary fear,

Thinking back to words unsaid and deeds undone
Realising that I am fortunate that they are few...
I can see that my Self is greater than the sum
Of my parts, even though I still have much to do

My ...

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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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