My Dark Days ~ A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

I have lived them Felt them Survived them The darkest of my days More than once in my life Each time I have come out stronger I have danced with the Devil Shook hands with the Holy Ghost Traveled down Dead Man's Road Spent time in Lochloosa With JJ Grey and a favorite beverage I... Continue Reading →

The Branch In The Middle ~ A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

It used to be When I would see A poet sitting in a tree How strange How odd It occurred to me But now I'm that poet Sitting in that tree A branch on the left And one on the right But the branch in the middle Belongs to me So hold your judgment When... Continue Reading →

The Temple Of Silence ~ A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

A Temple Of Silence exists In my mind A special place Where I can retreat From the constant chaos Of today's world Here I can see myself Gazing through Heaven's window Heaven and Earth Come together here The only sound Is the wind Blowing through the trees I come here for the healing To quiet... Continue Reading →

Ode To Cucumbers ~ A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

Cucumbers are such Magical fruits Or are they Vegetables full of Rooty toot toots? There ain't nothin' finer Than to be sittin' in a diner Eatin' cucumber slices On a plate of fine china When you get tired of waitin' There won't be no hesitatin' The pleasure's in the eatin' The taste just can't be... Continue Reading →

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