Biography of william Konrad
84 year old Canadian, Married 62 years,2 children,4 grandchildren,1 great grandchild: ....likes sports, music, poetry, casinos, politics (conservative) , television, traveling and a curiosity for most things.
william Konrad's Works:
william Konrad Poems
I traveled to the edge of space To find eternity What I found was an empty place That just went on forever
I Am A Mystery
I have No beginning I have no end Some say I'm straight some say I bend I am your enemy, I am your friend. I am a mystery.
Are We Alone
Are we alone and destined to be The only souls in the galaxy What cruel joke has so decreed Our destiny to breed and breed
What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life
Lyrics by: Alan Bergman Lyrics by: Marilyn Bergman ---- I want to see your face in every kind of light
Songs To Sing
Songs to sing Life has many songs to sing Winter summer fall and spring
What Did The Desert Spawn
Long ago in distant lands Borne from sun drenched desert sands You came to be what you've become Through fearsome belief in your nostrum
This Pale blue orb that we call earth Spinning since it's ancient birth Hangs Silently in time and space Suspended in an endless chase
Children are laughter uncontrolled. A joy to love, to kiss and hold A boundless shape of energy A treasure so short a time to be
A Grain Of Sand
We struggle from the dark to reach the light. We were warm and safe and now we feel the cold.
A different place with different eyes With greener grass and bluer skies. The eyes that looked on yesterday Saw so much less in every way
One Short Day
What is life when all the veils are pulled away Two eternal nights on either side of one short day And in that single span of time we live and play What is life but one short day
Nothing Stays The Same
Nothing, nothing, ever stays the same. Although we've parted, you are not to blame. We had a love that was to be forever. We promised that we'd never ever part.
Snowflake I watched a lonely snow flake
I've often wondered why we're here
And as I aged it all came clear
The why of my existence is a simple theme
To hold your hand and walk with you
On starlit nights and morning dew
To see your smile and look into your eyes
To laugh and love when times grow dark