Lone Dog


Lone Dog Poems

41. The Man With The Golden Hands 9/6/2009
42. The Masterpiece 9/6/2009
43. The Mattawa 9/6/2009
44. The Neglected Cross 9/6/2009
45. The Night That Santa Cried 9/6/2009
46. The Parrot 9/6/2009
47. The Refugee 9/6/2009
48. There Is Sadness In My Soul 9/6/2009
49. The Steamboat Graveyard 9/6/2009
50. The Thing That's Wrong With Christmas 9/6/2009
51. The Tragedy 9/6/2009
52. The Trail Of '98 9/6/2009
53. The Vigil Of Molly Malone 9/6/2009
54. The Wait 9/6/2009
55. Coffee Time 9/5/2009
56. On Being Corrected By An Elder 9/5/2009
57. Packing It In 9/5/2009
58. Remembering The Forgotten 9/5/2009
59. Searching For Truth 9/5/2009
60. Tears 9/5/2009
61. Temagami 9/5/2009
62. The Bluebird 9/5/2009
63. The Face Of Death 9/5/2009
64. The Ghost Of The Alpena 9/5/2009
65. The Wretched Man 9/6/2009
66. Thinking On Bigger Things 9/6/2009
67. To A Lost Mother 9/6/2009
68. To My Valentine 9/6/2009
69. Priorities 9/5/2009
70. Who Is My Aunt? 9/6/2009
71. Why God Flunked Plumbing 9/6/2009
72. Winter Delight 9/6/2009
73. What If 9/6/2009
74. Tan 9/12/2009
75. Remorse 9/29/2009
76. Food For Thought 12/20/2012
77. Yearnings 9/6/2009
78. Walking The Road 9/6/2009
79. Words Of Wisdom 9/6/2009
80. The Way It Is 9/6/2009

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A Night In The North

Have you ever spent a night in the North 'neath the
limbs of the sheltering pines,
When the silence stabs at your pounding heart and the
sounds play tricks with your mind?
Have you watched the shadows steal through the woods
fusing darkness to the ground?
Have you jumped at the snap of a breaking limb wondering
what had caused the sound?
Have you ever seen a friendly moon dip its fingers
in a stream
And dye the sparkling waters with its golden-yellow
beams?
Have you ever gazed at a billion stars in a sea of
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Granny Smith

(based on a true experience as related to me by a friend)

Granny Smith, God rest her soul,
was a hundred and three years old.
`Twas a very sad day when she passed away
and they found her stiff and cold.
When the Parlour called, I sat appalled
to learn that on me they relied.
They made a request that I take a dress

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