Marie WardAlonge Poems
|41.||It Was Love||11/5/2011|
|42.||I Cry Now||3/11/2012|
|46.||Pretty Blue Sky||12/1/2013|
|49.||Ode To Dugan-Time||9/29/2009|
|52.||The Poet Of Unfinished Poems||11/12/2009|
|53.||A Man Of Faith-A Tribute To Dr. King||11/13/2009|
|54.||He Can't Hurt Her Anymore||1/8/2010|
|56.||However...(Words To Measure)||3/20/2010|
|57.||Darn Horses! ! !||11/6/2009|
|58.||When Two Hearts Meet||1/15/2010|
|59.||Between You And God||1/22/2010|
|62.||A Father's Regret||3/27/2010|
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A Father's Regret
A father she had loved but never seen.
A picture sent by him when she was in her teens.
A physical feature she had from his genes
She heard people say she had to be his.
They would tease.
To her, some people could be very mean.
While both parents were many miles away,
Her grandmother kept her.
She was strict.
You dared to interrupt.
She would often have the last say.
She loved that child unconditionally.
She stayed while others chose to flee.
Living in the city, her father had opportunities to many treats.
On the farm, waiting for her father ...
Ode To Dugan-Time
His boldness, his unbridled expressions-he exudes with confidence.
I am inspired but yet, lost-lost in all his splendors.
Will he hold me captive forever?
Time knows, I say.
I am convinced when I look into his eyes, time for me, loses its existence.
With love and hope within me, I am apprehensive.
I question his faithfulness.
In his presence, I feel worthy.