Age – A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

People say that age is just a number They are so wrong Age is so much more Age is photographs and memories Our beginning and our present But age is not our end Age is all we have been through All we have survived All we've won and all we've lost Age is all the... Continue Reading →

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One more Day

A lovely poem from my friend Michael. Please visit his blog at afterwards.blog. He’s a man of many talents!

Afterwards

As time draws near and daylight fades and night knocks on my door

To take my hand and lead away to far and distant shore

I know that I shall want one more, and beg that I may stay

to spend with you from waking hours until the end of day

To see you smile and hear your voice and watch you as you sleep

and laugh and love and cry and drink of all you are quite deep

and so to sunset one last time I hold you in my arms

and lovers promises I make and swear I’ll never harm

And in those moments faces lined and eyes still burning bright

I kiss your lips and say farewell and head into the night

without regret without remorse and love without relent

and thank you for your years and love and faith and life well spent

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