Alvin Miller

(Chicago, Illinois)

I Am A Tinker - Poem by Alvin Miller

I am a tinker of bells
Which I fix with quick experience
I am a digger of wells
Which I dig deeply, to please

I am a founder of thought
Which I spread with extra great care
For in every war that was fought
Thought has always been rare

I am a whistler of winds
That blow all over the globe
I consider everyone's sins
Espreiauy the problems of Job

I am a maker of sounds
I laugh whenever I can
And I always fulfill my rounds
For I am the keeper of man


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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