Randy Johnson Poems
|641.||I'Ll Be There To Hold Your Hand||6/4/2007|
|642.||You'Re Living In Paradise||4/30/2006|
|644.||My Stinking Honda||9/14/2005|
|646.||Donkey Kong Junior||12/17/2007|
|649.||The Good Samaritan||2/22/2007|
|650.||Don'T Commit Suicide||12/6/2010|
|653.||Everybody Deserves A Second Chance||12/16/2007|
|655.||The Apple Of God's Eye||12/23/2007|
|657.||Elvis Presley: The Same Amount Of Time||8/16/2019|
|658.||Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Dumb||8/2/2006|
|659.||Like The Boy Who Cried Wolf||8/10/2006|
|662.||Symbol Of Love||1/16/2008|
|663.||A Day Of Bad Luck||9/7/2005|
|665.||You Got My Sister Pregnant||10/24/2006|
|667.||A Date With Pamela Anderson||9/3/2005|
When I was seven, I had 100 dogs and that was too many.
My dad would cuss while my mama spanked my fanny.
They took dumps on the furniture and all over the floor.
When I came home one day, I didn't have them anymore.
I was shocked to learn that all of my dogs had been sold.
That was nearly thirty years ago, now my parents are old.
My furry companions were gone and I was sad because I was alone.
I got even yesterday when I put my parents in a nursing home.
A 2nd Poem About Hoss
(Instead of revising my original Hoss(Dan Blocker) poem, I decided to write another Hoss poem.)
He made Bonanza a great success.
He was born in Bowie County, Texas.
After Dan Blocker died, Bonanza went on.
But it wasn't the same after he was gone.
At fourteen pounds he was the largest baby born in his town.
Eighteen years later he stood six feet three and weighed three hundred pounds.