Randy Johnson


Bixby - Poem by Randy Johnson

I loved to watch you in the late seventies.
You were a gifted actor and I'm sure that everyone agrees.
Whenever you got angry, Lou Ferrigno took over for you.
You were great as David Banner and as Tim O'Hara too.

You starred in My favorite martian before I was born.
Your death in 1993 made this nation mourn.
You were cremated and your ashes were scattered at sea.
You starred in at least one movie with Elvis Presley.

In the Apple dumpling gang, Susan Clark went wild when you bought that bed.
She misunderstood your intentions and hit you in the head.
Your death shows that life can be cruel.
You were a great guy and that's pretty cool.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, July 21, 2006

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 18, 2010


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