Dan Quiles

Rookie - 8 Points (March 10,1975 / Boston, MA)

Rock Of All Rocks - Poem by Dan Quiles

Like a ocean wave,
Friends come and go.
It is the common trend.
It seems to never bend.
In a blink of an eye it’s like that.
A passing breeze.
A temporary freeze.
Unlike a Kodak cheese.
Life teaches you to be brave.
One must have the fighting spirit of brave heart.
All I have is my belief.
It gives me a strong serene relief.
Let me be like the flying leaf.
Blow wind under me.
Let me glow under you.
I crave ever goodness and let me always glow.
To show goodness through you.
Be the light through the clouds.
Composure of life lessons is essential Instrumental and preferential. Friends come and go
But in the end is my Rock of all Rocks
That gives me the loaded stock
Of a wealthy, healthy and lengthy strength
To an infinite emotional length,
That has so much depth.
I may have felt the impact of sad-bad shock,
I may have been a low-lad.
At times I may have felt like an empty colorless block,
Lonely in a pack amongst a loaded flock.
But, in the end, it will be my Rock of all Rocks
That will be there to embrace me
And show me the way.
Anyway, away I go to lay New hope to cope through the waving waves. May I smack and spank all nerving disturbing turbulence that comes onto my way.
Always letting and betting that the Rock will be there to be my rest stop. With that alone, I can always rely in that spot.
Thanks, for always being my Rock of all Rocks.


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 17, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, February 3, 2011


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