Two Tickets To The Opry - Poem by Jerry Buckley
And then I blink, and realize
A half life, almost fifty five
Together in Tennessee with this incredible child
All my overdue annointments
Soothe a thousand disappointments
And far too many of them at her undeserved expense
Rejoicing in such cordial climes
Reborn into more gracious times
Permitting lumps of sugar to sweeten up my karma
Struck in manic realization
Our 25th? Celebration?
I'd best go right now, and buy two tickets to the Opry!
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