Will Barber

Rookie (1948 / TX)

Will Barber Poems

1. Empire 11/8/2008
2. Adonis 1/16/2009
3. Mothers Day 5/3/2009
4. Valentine's Day 1/10/2009
5. Jacinta V 3/31/2009
6. I Will Not Leave You (Yes) 4/4/2009
7. Stand Up 8/12/2008
8. Jacinta Iv 5/8/2008
9. Below The Waves 11/7/2009
10. Alice 3/1/2008
11. The Man Who Loved The Sea 3/1/2008
12. You Must Remember 3/5/2008
13. An Archbishop In Arabia 4/17/2008
14. The Man From The Nether Lands 3/1/2008
15. Winter's Man 3/2/2008
16. Leaving 4/7/2008
17. Natasha 3/10/2008
18. All Things May Move Joyfully 8/23/2008
19. Green Dreams 12/5/2008
20. Trojan Horses 8/12/2007
21. Pray For Dawn 3/24/2008
22. Love Song 4/8/2008
23. Who Walked With Sorrow 4/8/2008
24. Politcal Science 4/18/2008
25. Jacinta Iii 5/24/2007
26. Lebanon 9/8/2006
27. Be Here 4/21/2009
28. Autumn Friends 7/27/2009
29. Do Angels Guard The Gate? 5/3/2008
30. To My Friends, On Christmas Eve 12/24/2007
31. A New Song 5/29/2008
32. A Song Of 6/30/2008
33. Jacinta 4/3/2007
34. The Man Who Cried 2/18/2008
35. Beauty, As She Passes By 10/18/2008
36. Lost In Snow 9/19/2006
37. Migrations 9/5/2006
38. Yesterday, I Thought Of You 3/7/2008
39. Wising Up Sophia 9/19/2006
40. Once In A Blue Moon 6/1/2007
Best Poem of Will Barber

I'M Cool With That

Come praise the stars, the wind, the rain
That course the earth; come praise the pain
And pleasure that the years bring forth:
Praise every particle of the Universe.

Doubt denials of the flame
Which courses through the hearts of men:
The ones who lose, the ones who win,
Are indistiguishable, in the end.

The wretched and the fortunate
Will join each other in the dark
Those who were wrong, those who were right
Will join each other in the Light.

Light and Dark will alternate
Eternally: this is man's fate.
Come, laugh; come, ...

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Migrations

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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