Robert Edgar Burns

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

Robert Edgar Burns Poems

241. Time Traveler’s Adventures #9 1/28/2012
242. Mersey Beat 1/29/2012
243. Sent To Me! 1/29/2012
244. These Things I Pray 1/30/2012
245. Kill The Doctor And His Nurse 1/30/2012
246. The Baby Who Never Was (Conclusion) 1/30/2012
247. The Baby Who Never Was! 1/30/2012
248. Snakes In The Grass 2/1/2012
249. Love Thee How? 2/3/2012
250. Where The Wind Blows 2/4/2012
251. The Pelvis 2/4/2012
252. I Am The Man, The Boss! 2/5/2012
253. I Give My Heart To You! 2/5/2012
254. Greetings And Salutations 2/6/2012
255. One Day More With You 2/6/2012
256. Chuckling 2/6/2012
257. We Be Fab, Man! 2/7/2012
258. I Want To Leave Forgiven 2/7/2012
259. The Fly 2/7/2012
260. Man Like Me 2/7/2012
261. Sanity Test! 2/8/2012
262. The Man From Fig! 2/8/2012
263. Some Things I Hate 2/9/2012
264. I Dreamed Of An Angel Dancing 2/9/2012
265. I Sent Some Chocolates 2/9/2012
266. Who's Gonna Brush My Teeth? 2/9/2012
267. To The O.R. 2/9/2012
268. Beneath The Waves 1/21/2012
269. Baby Rescuer 1/23/2012
270. Eclipse 1/23/2012
271. Long Legged Long Necked Beauty 2/12/2012
272. Shepherd Boy 2/13/2012
273. Purveyors Of Justice 2/14/2012
274. Mr. Elmer Fudd, Esquiwe 2/15/2012
275. Charlie Sheen's Kitty 2/15/2012
276. Peace Be Still! 2/16/2012
277. My Camelot 2/16/2012
278. Florida Chicken 2/18/2012
279. Time Traveler's Adventures #10 2/18/2012
280. Pick Up Line Specialist 2/17/2012

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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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Lullaby

Get down on the floor Grandpa
And play cars with me o.k?
Then you can read me stories.
Can we do this every day?

I will run and hide on you,
Underneath my big boy bed.
I will take my bear with me
And some peanut butter bread.

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