Will Barber

Rookie (1948 / TX)

Biography of Will Barber

Will Barber poet

The late (or nearly always late) Will Barber has a very interesting past. Not being sure whether the statute of limitations has expired, he issued this statement to the Poemhunter community:

'Who are you people? And why are you looking at me? '

Will Barber lives somewhere in South Texas, apparently. His favorite hobbies are eating, sleeping, and fooling around on the internets. Sometimes, he leaves the house. Angels and ministers of grace surround him, but he's not dead yet.

His most memorable quote: 'Who wants to go for lunch, then? ! '

'Everything was beautiful. Nothing hurt.' - Kurt Vonnegut, 'Cat's Cradle'.

Will Barber's Works:

'The Complete Works of Anthony Trollope', by Anthony Trollope.

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Somewhere, far beyond the sky,
Fledglings by the millions fly -
Testing wings and tasting winds,
Preparing for the foreign lands.

Autumn will at last arrive.
Birds - and we - will just survive
All the travails of the sky,
Of the earth that passes by.

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