Robert Edgar Burns

Rookie - 1 Points (02/14/1953 / Dunedin, Florida)

Reflections - Poem by Robert Edgar Burns

RE: WILDLIFE
We are called Mankind.
We are selfish it Is true.
We should have learned the
Language better,
Of Oink, Cluck, woof and Moo!

RE: LOST LOVE
Grow yourself A forgiving heart.
The only way to find true Peace.
We can't Forget! Remember what’s good.
Then your healing will be in reach.

RE: SORROW
Weeping may endure for a brief night,
But joy cometh in the morning.
He who wipes away all tears
Cometh soon and without warning!

YOUTH:
Out of the mouth of babes
We see wisdom still arising.
For little ones speak in truth,
And their love is never disguising!

POETRY:
A beautifully painted picture in words,
Can make you feel a cooling breeze.
Quenching thirst with the bubbling water,
Flowing by from a silvery stream.

NEW LOVE:
Love alone can't make you happy!
Love is pure and simply a choice.
So is happiness, Choose it,
Then with a new heart song Rejoice!

CHILDREN:
You are some 'Daddy's Little Boy or Girl'
The apple of your parents eyes,
Who is so loved, handsome and beautiful,
Inside just like on your outsides.

CREATION:
HOW GREAT THOU ART!


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 28, 2011



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