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Submitted Poems 12 total

The Olde Barn. Part Two, {Cont'd}

The Olde Barn Part Two {con'td} Fortune smiled on ME as to my rocks below. My 'hearties' sure, they'd anchored ME, to save ME in a 'blow': Quite as tall, quite as strong, as ever a schooner sent, to sail the world so round. Alas for ME, no ...

by Francis M. Faber Jr.

added by WerterBuch
5 years ago
The Olde Barn; Revised; Part One

The Olde Barn: No longer proud, No longer Grande. At the foot of the hillside, Lo, here I stand:

by Francis M. Faber Jr.

added by WerterBuch
5 years ago
THE OLDE BARN

The Olde Barn, {concluded} On hot and sultry summer nights, I'd watch the white clouds pile, and brace my frame for storms which might be wild and vile. At first a calm, No leaf dare stir. nor devils of the dust. Then com'...

by Francis M. Faber Jr. aka Hayward C. Beach

added by WerterBuch
5 years ago
The Olde Barn Part Two - Conclusion.

The Olde Barn Part Two/Conclusion: On my wires, I sense the fires, as Saint Elmo's currents creep. Unlike a ship, I have no hull, nor sails, to plow the briny deep, Quite as strong, quite as tall, as ever a schooner sent to sail the wor...

by Francis M. Faber Jr. aka Hayward C. Beach

added by WerterBuch
5 years ago
The Olde Barn

The OLDE BARN; Part One: No longer Proud, No longer Grande. At the foot of the hillside; Lo, Here I stand. Through summer's heat and ...

by Francis M. Faber Jr. aka Hayward Christian Beach

added by WerterBuch
5 years ago

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