Robert Edgar Burns

Rookie - 1 Points (02/14/1953 / Dunedin, Florida)

Robert Edgar Burns Poems

1. Lullaby 11/11/2011
2. A Withered Life 11/11/2011
3. My Heart's Pilot! 11/11/2011
4. Eyes Of A Child 11/10/2011
5. Happiness Hides Within 11/10/2011
6. Shattered Dreams 11/12/2011
7. Fly Away 11/12/2011
8. I'D Be Missing Her 11/12/2011
9. When Our Love Is Done 11/12/2011
10. Kathie My Love, And I 11/11/2011
11. Star Wishing 11/12/2011
12. Heart And Soul 11/12/2011
13. Rekindled 11/11/2011
14. The Mistress 11/12/2011
15. The Disease Or Name That Doctor 11/12/2011
16. The Alzheimer’s Choir 11/12/2011
17. A Soldier's Mantra 11/13/2011
18. My Promised Land 11/13/2011
19. Attorney's 11/13/2011
20. What Spins My World? 11/14/2011
21. A Soldier's Plight! 11/14/2011
22. Your Name! 11/14/2011
23. Precious Daughters 11/15/2011
24. God's Beauties 11/15/2011
25. We Give Thanks 11/15/2011
26. She's Someone's Little Girl! 11/15/2011
27. Heartache! 11/15/2011
28. Pity The Kitty 11/16/2011
29. The Valiant Knight 11/15/2011
30. Forty One Years 11/15/2011
31. Passing Ships 11/15/2011
32. I Am That I Am! 11/16/2011
33. In Her Spell 11/17/2011
34. The Words Of The Songbird 11/17/2011
35. Native Tongue! 11/17/2011
36. Taller Than The Sky 11/17/2011
37. The Manliest Man! 11/17/2011
38. No Rhyme This Time 11/17/2011
39. Grandma 11/18/2011
40. One Day 11/18/2011
Best Poem of Robert Edgar Burns

The Meadow

In the meadow of the valley,
Where wild flowers are roaming free.
There are multitudes of colors
And their backdropp forest greens.

There I sit and watch reflections
Of the clouds above the lake.
And the creatures drinking from it,
A deer, a swan, a snake.

To accentuate this beauty,
Are the mountains far away.
That rise above the woodlands,
“Look up” they seem to say.

While climbing one great mountain,
I see the meadow that’s below.
Looking even now more lovely,
Than when I was below.

So when you’re in a valley,
Looking ...

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A Withered Life

The seasons of Life as told
from the point of view of a tree.

Once I stood so tall and true,
Life pulsing through winds and dew.
Lightning scars would drain my sap,
But I stood firm within my gap.

Many creatures scaled my bark.

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