AHO Speaks

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Party Time - Poem by AHO Speaks

To you my friends who get together for talk and drink
I ask of you to use your mind and think
You talk of the grass and the dogs who bother you
Have you ever talked to get another view?

We have so many important things to say and discuss
These things don't just concern you; they concern us
I know you're here to have a good time
But you can still talk and drink the wine.

/Forget the grass, the dogs and the people next door
If they don't come when invited; then they won't know the score
We can still discuss the issues of the day
You certainly have something to contribute or say.

What you say may not be heard by all
But even one is worth the call
You do your thing and I'll do mine
But believe me when I say; 'we'll all have a good time'.

Some people are more intelligent than you or I
But after all; we still must try
Some will listen and some will walk away
But rest assured you will succeed if only one will stay.

Look in their eyes when you talk or listen
For it is there the message will glisten
I believe you and you believe me
This is just the beginning of a very large tree.

Or you may see a message that says go away from me
But that's okay, for there still is time you see
When I get too emotional or give you fear
Just fill the cup and pass it to me my dear.

I will take my drink and go on to another
For you are my sister; and you are my brother.

10-25-05 Aho Speaks

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Poem Edited: Saturday, May 29, 2010

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