Richard Jarboe


Richard Jarboe Poems

41. Tired Miners 6/19/2013
42. Never 6/20/2013
43. What's Your Code 6/26/2013
44. Moving On To Die No More 6/27/2013
45. Was I Looking While The Others Weren'T 7/2/2013
46. Who Isn'T Profiled? 7/14/2013
47. Dust And Dreams 8/4/2013
48. Jersey Folk 8/10/2013
49. The Anchor 8/22/2013
50. Ruled By The Past 6/2/2013
51. The New Roman Umpire 9/26/2013
52. When Souls Leave Bodies 12/23/2013
53. Essay On Meaninglessness 1/31/2014
54. Almost Done 2/2/2014
55. Authorities Telling Authorities 7/4/2016
56. Why Do We Want What We Want 7/9/2016
57. We'll Have To Work It Out On The Other Side. 7/12/2016
58. It Gets Good-Late At The Convention 7/20/2016
59. How To Converge 8/16/2016
60. How It Feels 8/20/2016
61. The Triumph Of Romance Over Science 8/20/2016
62. 90 Days Revisited 9/8/2016
63. 6% Of The Universe Using 2% Of Our Brain 9/18/2016
64. The Pipeline 9/24/2016
65. Mama Earth 10/13/2016
66. Peasants Are Hard. 10/18/2016
67. A Windbag's Warning 10/19/2016
68. On This Ship 10/22/2016
69. Intelligence/Counter Intelligence 11/18/2016
70. If You Can't Believe Your Eyes, Believe Your Heart 11/29/2016
71. Great Place For A Pipe 12/6/2016
72. Blue Shale 12/10/2016
73. It Beats Immortality 12/10/2016
74. Nonsense-Commonsense 12/12/2016
75. Blaspheme Inquisition 12/15/2016
76. One Of 'you People.' 12/15/2016
77. I Wish I Was A Puppy 12/22/2016
78. New Year, Old Year 1/2/2017
79. I'm Still Dancing 1/5/2017
80. What We Know So Far 1/12/2017
Best Poem of Richard Jarboe

Everybody Is Getting Out Of Town

Population, getting out of town,
Population, got their running shoes,
Population, wondering which road to choose,
Everybody's getting out of town.

They all want to leave; they would if they could,
But right now the road's no good,
If you're not crying, you might as well laugh,
While you're trying to get out of town.

Power plant, glowing in the dark,
Nobody sure, what set the spark,
They say the island is sinking fast,
Everybody's getting out of town.

Population, looking for a sign,
Whose fault is it, living on the fault line? ...

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One Earthquake At A Time

Upheaval can take millions of years to start,
Then mountains pile up and tear sea beds apart,
And when land crashes into land,
Things disappear in the sand.

The history of the world, written in rock,
Reveals results of the after shock,
Years of cracks show the sign,
Things change one Earthquake at a time.

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