A Life Worth Living, Revisited – A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

I was taught at an early age To live a life of kindness Compassion... Caring... A life of value and worth I'm a Preacher's kid Brought up in the church My Dad was a writer of God's words The best speaker I have ever heard I learned my prayer before bed: Now I lay me... Continue Reading →

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Merry Christmas Mom – A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

She was short, only 5 ft 2 Her fiery red hair matched her spirit She was Scottish and would fight for what's right She taught Sunday School And sang in the choir She played piano as good as the best Her sense of humor would keep you laughing Her favorite saying was “Oh my stars!”... Continue Reading →

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