Trucker Jeff Poems
|2.||Sunshine And The Wind||8/6/2006|
|3.||Farewell To The Plum Tree||8/7/2006|
|4.||Grave Yard Song||6/18/2006|
|6.||Fighting For The Love Of Her||6/23/2006|
|8.||May Snow Fall||7/1/2006|
|9.||Baby's First Dance||7/15/2006|
|10.||Joe's Nail Salon||7/2/2006|
|12.||What Does Heaven Sound Like?||8/5/2006|
|13.||Placement Of The Stars||9/1/2006|
|14.||A Poetic Outlook||10/30/2006|
|17.||A Whole Lot Of Nothing||6/23/2006|
Comments about Trucker Jeff
It's risky being a late blooming rose
to dare to be beautiful
when others appeal has faded away
you risk the frost that could come
in the encroaching darkness
and steal away your rueful boldness
but today is warm and the eve will only be cool
and you look beautiful, sitting elegant, Intelligent
your reading glasses perched on your delightful nose
your book in hand and the simple fabric
you've Chosen to wear,
it fails to compete with the women you are,
a strikingly beautiful Autumn Rose
Sunshine And The Wind
Today I am thinking of sunshine and the wind.
Have you ever passed beneath a clothes
line flapping in the breeze, soaking in sunshine?
The towel drapes itself across your face.
Breath deeply and catch the scent of the wind.
Hold it close and feel the warmth of the sun's rays.
The wind will chase away the stiffness of the fabric
as it ruffles on a stiff breeze.
And have you ever thought much