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 →


I Have It All ~ A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

I have it all But it's all I have I want more But there's no more room I've done everything There's nothing left to do I've been everywhere There's nowhere else to go But it's all OK I have it all ~The Tennessee Poet~ ©Walt Page 2019 All Rights Reserved

Legends ~ A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

Celtic legends have existed For thousands of years Tales of our ancestors Our relationships with wolves Our history told in our stories In our songs In our eyes We are the Protectors of the earth The Spirit of the Wild The Heart of Courage And we carry the Swords of Kings We are your final... Continue Reading →

Poetic Dreams ~ A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

I had a strange dream last night Different Poetic Forms had come to life I met Haiku Hannah, AKA 5-7-5 Talked with Rhyming Rose while she painted her toes Limerick Larry, AKA Michael, was making us laugh Blackout Barney was marking out words in magazine articles Cinquain Cheri brought her 5 lines Prose Poetry Pamela... 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 →

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