Stephen (Steve) Howard

Gold Star - 9,917 Points [Curmudgeon] (1948 / North Carolina. USA)

Stephen (Steve) Howard Quotes

  • ''True friends still come to the show when you no longer can dance.''
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  • ''A poem is a stone, skipped across a lake of song, at last to sink into the heart.''
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  • ''The meadowlark sings anyway. So shall I.''
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  • ''Be it throne or wooden stool, where sits man, there sits a fool.''
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  • ''We're all the same age. Just on different schedules.''
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  • ''Even when it's too wet to plow, you still have to feed the mule.''
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  • ''At times, the truth is a gift with many wrappings.''
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  • ''Some peoples opinions of cats, are not necessarily shared by the sparrow.''
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  • ''When you paint someone into a corner, Don't get mad when they track up the floor.''
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  • ''All are spiritual during the storm.''
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Best Poem of Stephen (Steve) Howard

The Whimsicle Pickle

The Whimsicle pickle,
was out for a stroll,
when he spied a fresh egg,
who was out for a roll.
"Oh you fresh little eggie,
from here I can tell,
you've taken a notion,
to come out of your shell.".
Then he said with a flourish,
old fashioned and droll,
"Let's go make a salad,
I'll find us a bowl! ".

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Willful Child

And I shall be that willful child,
who does not wish the end of day.
Who willful lingers in the twilight,
and pleads one minute more to stay.
And I shall be that willful child,
who, when at last is called away,
will turn briefly at the threshold,
one willful minute more to stay;
in hopes to see the stars come out,

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