Don Haney

Rookie (5-19-1967 / Dallas, Texas)

Renga - Rack Builder - Poem by Don Haney

The Miles Now Driven
The Trailer Now Unloaded
The Rack to be built

Materials Out
The Tools of Our Trade At Hand
The Day Now Begins

Bases on Uprights
The Bolts Tightened With Impacts
Day One Has Ended

Day Two Arises
Wood Decks to Be Laid All Day
Guide Rail Tomorrow

Heavy Work for Day Three
Angle Iron More Than a Ton
Just the Welding Now

The Welder under Hood
We Load Tools Back In Trailer
Then Welder Be Done

One More Night to Sleep
Signed Off Now the Drive Begins
Another Job Done

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  • Captain Herbert Poetry (4/28/2014 3:05:00 AM)


    ...another poem well done. Wonderful write (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 21, 2005

Poem Edited: Sunday, August 21, 2005


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