Ron Stock

Veteran Poet - 1,325 Points (4-19-1944 / Saginaw, Michigan)

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Graduated, Professional Art Degree, Western Michigan University
Studio Gallery on San Francisco waterfront for 3 years
Paintings at www.ronstock.com
Licensed General Contractor in Berkeley for 10 years
Retired at 48, went on the Budget Highway in Central, South America, Europe, Africa for 4 years
Now spend 6 months a year in Mexico and 6 months in New Mexico
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Shipwrecked Vowels

Now the hail - was a beast
With its ice - and its snow
And its plume

And the gale - brought the reef
Spared one life - took the boat
Luck was due

Next a wave - from the sea
At high tide - near a shoal
Sent a spume

Left a whale - on the beach
On an isle - in a cove
Near a dune

Man all day - near a creek
By a fire - made of stones
Sang a tune

Of stout ale - and salt beef
As he cried - of his woes
It was true

So he ate - orca meat
But the light - in his soul
It was blue

And sometimes...

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