Larry Schreckengost

Gold Star - 5,493 Points [Ursusart] (1958 / Canton, Ohio)

Larry Schreckengost Quotes

  • ''Flower pots line the walk
    Begonias giggle when they talk''
    Bumble Bee For Tea - Poem by Larry Schreckengost
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  • ''Poetry well applied
    Should warm your heart inside''
    How To Write Poetry Stanza Two - Poem by Larry Schreckengost
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  • ''In jack-o'-lantern's glowing light
    Little children squeal with fright''
    Eternity - Poem by Larry Schreckengost
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  • ''Horses are jumping and pretending they're deer
    A new kind of Christmas we're having this year''
    A New Kind Of Christmas - Poem by Larry Schreckengost
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  • ''To write poetry
    Is to be a peeping frog
    Where all the poets
    Share a great old log
    And lose their voice in the fog''
    Peeping Frog - Poem by Larry Schreckengost
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  • ''Truth wears purple socks''
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Best Poem of Larry Schreckengost

Unlikely Pair

We had a dachshund who loved digging holes
Seldom seen him without mud on his nose
Must be related to some breed of mole
This dog and I each had our established roll
Digging and filling until the dinner bell tolls

Under the windmill, at the back of our farm
Lives a fussy old groundhog with one broken arm
She lives in a burrow that keeps her quite warm
Bouquets of wildflowers bring her home charm

Our heads we did scratch
Till the answer was hatched
We thought this pair perfectly matched

The groundhog cried her arm was too sore
Adding she ...

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The Forest Vast

I roam the forest vast
Where wild sumac blocks my path
And thorny briars cut and slash
As sky grows dark with smoke and ash

The forest roars as giants clash
Precious loss from fire's flash
Good judgement begs to flee
As I strain to see

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