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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The Magnitude Of Poetry

“Poetry is dead” So some writers say But listen closely please To what I'm about to say Poetry is ever written, everlasting It will be around long after the doubters Poetry is the view from the highest mountain That makes us dizzy from the height It's the beating of our hearts And the tapping of... Continue Reading →

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