Robin D McCutcheon
Biography of Robin D McCutcheon
A simple man who loves nature and people.
I hope for world peace.
Robin D McCutcheon Poems
Tonight I Am Sad.
Innocent young girls were shot to death in their schoolhouse. Innocent people have enemies they know not of. America has enemies. I am getting old.
You are a breath of fresh air. Your energy and optimism are contagious. I’m glad I wandered into your sphere of influence. Perhaps I will become one of your moons,
Your dove has completed its’ flight, Landing on your shoulder, Bringing you peace at last.
Las Poemas Del Viejo
(The old mans poems) His poems are like the silver sides of fishes. They flash and are gone.
It’s true, too true, that I can’t reach out and touch you now. You are in another land, a world away, or more than one I think. And yet I feel your warm presence today, and the peace you carried with you. I wish I had shared more with you when there was time. Just little things, like butterflies, and miners lettuce, and smooth white stones, but I did not, I could not, being myself,
Trying To Figure Out Who I Am Now, With ...
You lay in your hospital bed, pale and listless, with the poppies and delphiniums brightly beaming life on the nightstand beside the bed.
I empty the contents of a magical days pocket. Keys, change, and the smooth white stone you picked up on the beach and gave to me.
I empty the contents of a magical days pocket.
Keys, change, and the smooth white stone
you picked up on the beach and gave to me.
I will keep it with me,
deep inside my pocket,
to remind me of you.