A Guinness, And A Book! - Poem by Eric Cockrell
gonna curl up
with a Guinness, and a book,
blow smoke rings and think,
back over time and time....
songs sung, battles fought,
scars that never fade....
love won, love lost,
the feel and the curve
of the lover's body pressed...
the sounds she made,
talking in passion....
small children, thunderstorms,
good dogs, and good fires....
sun coming up over mountains eternal...
big mistakes, and small victories...
a couple of moments when i could fly!
lives wound together, pain, suffering, and joy....
dreams never lost, truth that still stands....
a Guinness, and a book...
pages yet unturned!
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