Ruth Gordon


Ruth Gordon Poems

1. Alone And Gone 9/3/2006
2. Behind Another Closed Locked Door 9/3/2006
3. Nothing There 9/3/2006
4. Wandering 9/3/2006
5. Then One Day She Said 9/3/2006
6. At Age Three 9/5/2006
7. We Debate It For You 9/5/2006
8. I Should Have Told Him 9/6/2006
9. A Prayer For The 21st Century 9/19/2006
10. Paralysed 9/19/2006
11. We Don'T Want It 10/24/2006
12. His Influence 2/27/2007
13. The Fireman 9/3/2006

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The Fireman

He walked with calm and grace
Into the burning blaze
He was a liar
When talking about the fire
Of course it scared him
Almost to the brim

But still he made it in
With fears and a grin
To cover his face he wore a gas mask
So smoke wouldn’t distract his task

His comrade in the fiery battle
Tripped over a toy rattle
Before the fire could claim his mate
He pulled him back from fate

The pair found a woman frail
Clutching with her a water pail
She kept on fretting
As they kept on stepping

Saving her from a certainty
Seemed to ...

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