Charles Hancock

It's All Right - Poem by Charles Hancock

It's all right
To wish upon a falling star on a midsummer night

It's all right
To love old movies, even in black and white

It's all right
To jump at nighttime noises that give you a fright

It's all right
To scoot up next to me and hold me tight

It's all right
To pinch pennys when the cookie jar money is tight

It's all right
To go to our future nuptials a little upright

It's all right
To be a little giddy on our wedding night

It's all right
To enjoy watching our grandchildren play to their delight

It's all right
To want to grow old together sitting under the moonlight

Comments about It's All Right by Charles Hancock

  • Dawn Ferrett (8/30/2012 1:36:00 PM)

    It's...a lot more than alright! ! It's brilliant! Loved it! Dawn xxx (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 30, 2012

Poem Edited: Thursday, August 30, 2012

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