Walter C. Edwards


Walter C. Edwards Poems

201. Let It Be Pony Time 5/17/2013
202. Harden 5/18/2013
203. Rainy Day Dreams 5/19/2013
204. Love 5/22/2013
205. The Duchess 5/26/2013
206. Hand And Glove 5/26/2013
207. Jonathan On Sunday's 5/26/2013
208. Nikco 5/26/2013
209. Drench Me 5/1/2013
210. Hang Over 5/3/2013
211. Whispers 5/3/2013
212. Battle Weary Worker 5/4/2013
213. Automaton Wives 5/27/2013
214. Taste 5/27/2013
215. Spin 5/27/2013
216. Samantha 5/27/2013
217. Our Time Machine 7/15/2013
218. Broken Back And Batter Legs 7/16/2013
219. For Ever More 7/17/2013
220. As The Chuch Bell Rings 7/18/2013
221. Old Coworker 7/19/2013
222. Jockey 7/21/2013
223. Presapus 7/24/2013
224. To Begin Again 7/26/2013
225. Atomic Waste 8/30/2013
226. I Will Be There For You 9/2/2013
227. Knowledge To Anyone 8/31/2013
228. All Things Come And Go 6/1/2013
229. Tick Tock 9/14/2013
230. Dreams Of You 9/17/2013
231. Wipe It Away 9/20/2013
232. Autumns Mist 9/28/2013
233. Cracks 10/2/2013
234. It Begins 10/4/2013
235. No Valentines 10/5/2013
236. A Yang 10/10/2013
237. Like A Diva 10/14/2013
238. To The Bitter End 10/15/2013
239. Just Waiting 10/19/2013
240. A Lady With Pearls 7/30/2013

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A Robins Call

As the Robins cherps in the early morning light,
the female comes into nets to relieved her mate,
the male goes of to find some food to eat,
as then the the female begins to tweet,
"the egg is cold you lazy baster,
I should peck your dairy after,
I will have to sit here way to long,
as your lazy ass is gone,
she chirps I need to eat,
and repeats I need to eat, "
The male comes back into the nest,
a chance for him to rest,
to keep all the eggs warm,
he sounds out a alarm,
"I see Cat, I see Cat,
may it get go away, ...

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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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