Monthly Archives: August 2003

Beautiful Dream

(1997) I had a dream last night As I slept in my easy chair. It’s beauty filled with light A scent of pine in the air. I spoke with the Son of God, In this dream, I had in sleep. … Continue reading

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Daddy, How was I Born

My son recently came to me and asked, “Daddy, how was I born?” “Well, Kyle, I guess one day you’ll find out anyway,” I sighed. “Your Mom and I first got together in a public online chat room. Then I set up … Continue reading

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The Perfect Gem

(May 1982) Every girl you meet Ain’t like every girl in town Once in a while your head gets turned around By a perfect little gem. The one that’ll light your life Who’ll love you when she’s mad And forgive … Continue reading

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J.D. Urley

(February 1996) J.D. Urley’s family is from Scotland Of his ancestry he shows his pride He knows not of the land itself Be feels it callin’ far an’ wide. Great grandpa Urley was coal miner Somewhere in the foothills of … Continue reading

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Magic in a Friendship

(November 1979) Not sight, nor sound Could ever equal the beauty That my eyes and mind have found In the slender of today. We came from two different worlds Yet together our hearts sang And our lives became twirled Like … Continue reading

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Your Photograph

(March 1982) As I lay here With nothing to do In a photo I saved I look at you. The warmth of your bed I no longer share Makes my heart ache On my soul it does wear. My life … Continue reading

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Rule Number Three

“Can I go out and play with my new B-B gun?” I asked. My Uncle looked over and replied, “It’s a gun and it ain’t for playing.”  He went back to reading the Humboldt Beacon. “I could use some help … Continue reading

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