Walter C. Edwards


Walter C. Edwards Poems

361. One More Time 1/18/2016
362. One Way Out 11/25/2013
363. Here Then Everywhere 11/26/2013
364. Out Of Space And Time 11/28/2013
365. The Bond Between Us 6/26/2014
366. Going Tomorrow 6/3/2014
367. The Simplistic Life 5/15/2014
368. Rainbow Tears 8/11/2013
369. Dreames Now Undone 10/21/2013
370. My Guitar 5/27/2013
371. From Once We Came 5/4/2013
372. Lunch Box 5/26/2013
373. Girl Time Party Party Time 7/12/2013
374. Up To No Good 5/1/2013
375. The Jester Weeps 4/24/2013
376. Lighting Strikes Twice 1/5/2013
377. Cold Spring Rain 3/31/2013
378. I Came Back Into The Room 3/18/2013
379. Kiss Me Just Kiss Me 12/27/2012
380. I Killed A Man 12/27/2012
381. Melody Sue 12/15/2012
382. Wish To Hold In Your Arms 12/10/2012
383. The Black Unicorn 12/4/2012
384. Shattered Glass 11/29/2012
385. Santa's Sexy Elf 11/29/2012
386. A Whispered Voice 11/24/2012
387. A Robins Call 11/4/2012
388. Tunnel Of Love 7/28/2013
389. Cross I Wear 8/28/2013
390. Please Be Gentle 8/26/2013
391. Going Out Tonight 8/20/2013
392. Perfect Bodies 11/13/2013
393. About The Dark 1/18/2014
394. Glorified Chimpanzees 5/28/2013
395. Adoring Eyes 5/15/2013
396. Tongues Entwined 12/4/2012
397. Lemon Meringue Pie 11/17/2012
398. Soak My Feet 4/24/2013
399. The Long Journey Home 3/10/2013
400. My Wife's 52nd Birthday 2/17/2013
Best Poem of Walter C. Edwards

About A Rock

About a rock,
not a pebble, not a stone,
but about a rock,
is it shale with dead crustations,
is it pumice made from lava plums,
is it sedimentary in it's formation,
or compressed sand from the oceans or seas,
these are question not just for you or me,
was it once a meteorite that came down from the heavens,
or was it once a stalactite or stalagmite,
from what I see, it is a stone,
all I know, that rock will out live me.

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Out Of The Hollows

Out of the hollows
an owl comes near me,
then when I ask where have you been,
she flies off again
with a bat in her talons
dead as dead as night that comes before us both,
away to her roasts,
her nested where her young ones must be,
back again then a hoot,
as the night falls upon us all.

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