The Legend Of Old Photos ~ A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

She stood with me Never moving Just staring At the faded And worn Photograph She was remembering The sweet music That his fingers Coaxed from that Old piano Her mind was locked In another time As she swayed To his melodies That only she could hear I had heard About the legend And I wanted... Continue Reading →

She Just Is ~ A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

Her beauty hit me like a cannonball Washing over me like a honey dripping rain She was everything I dreamed of and more Taking my breath away Turning me up, down, all around She was everywhere and anywhere Somewhere and nowhere She was in, she was out She existed, she did not Was she real... Continue Reading →

Barn Dance ~ A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

I started a new band We play every Friday & Saturday night In our old red barn I call us “Reverend Walt's Big Damn Band” I play drums of course Not real drums Just several empty feed buckets Slim Sam is on washboards Old Gary Glitter on guitar Chippendale Charlie on cowbell Toothless Tom on... Continue Reading →

Nightdream Meadow ~ A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

Come Walk with me Through a nightdream meadow Dance with me To a beautiful moonsong Hear the eagles cry As we approach the Wall of Wishes The bagpipes play a forest lullaby As we become Masters of Time Time stops while we watch The fairies dance and play As the sun starts to rise We... Continue Reading →

I Am The Meaning ~ A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

I am the Keeper of the Creepers, the Peepers and the Weepers. I am the Judge of the Judgmental, the Jury of the Furies, the Wanter of the Wanted and the Haunter of the Haunted. My name is Mr. Nameless. I am the Accuser of the Accused, the Executioner of the Death Sentence, the Singer... Continue Reading →

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