Old Dogs ~ A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

If you have read my bio You know that my wife and I Have 10 rescue dogs. Our oldest dog is Meggie, A 13 year old Great Pyrenees. Meggie is slowly going blind due to cataracts in both eyes, and her health is slowly worsening. Finnegan is our only male dog, a small 12 year... Continue Reading →

Remember The Child ~ A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

The goodness of light Lies within us Guiding and protecting us On our journeys through Our dreams The purity of the light Can be seen In the eyes of a child It knows no fear No evil Only the purity of goodness That lies within us It is the doorway To our soul And we... Continue Reading →

Nights Of Thunder ~ A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

They were laying there On a rainy night Remembering nights like this Making love through the storm Lightning flashing Thunder crashing Nothing could stop them They were young and free Nights of thunder Will always be Special times For both of them As they hold hands And remember when ~The Tennessee Poet~ ©Walt Page 2019... Continue Reading →

Don’t Let The Old Man In ~ A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

This poem was inspired by the Toby Keith song, “Don't Let The Old Man In”, from the movie “The Mule”. When you hear those cold winds blowing That bring him knocking on your door Hang the Do Not Disturb sign And turn off the lights And don't let the old man in You've lived a... Continue Reading →

Not Just My Verse, Your Two Two Too! – The Wrong Side of 40 – A Poetry Challenge from Rory (A Guy Called Bloke)

Welcome to …. Not Just My Verse, Your Two Two Too! Dorinda (Night Owl Poetry) graciously tagged me to continue this aging process,probably because I'm almost 75! Below, I’ll tag the next poet/writer, to carry on with the poem. 😉 Once the poem [Verse] leaves my blog, the next blogger along can take it where ever... Continue Reading →

Lost and Alone – A Poem By Walt Page on Vita Brevis

(Photo courtesy of Brian Geiger) I am again honored and humbled that my poem, Lost And Alone, was published this morning on Vita Brevis Poetry Magazine! My thanks and gratitude once again to Brian Geiger, Editor of Vita Brevis, for finding my work worthy of inclusion. Via Lost and Alone - Poetry By Walt Page A... Continue Reading →

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