Lines In Time ~ A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

I'm at the end of the line And running out of time I need to tell her that she's so fine Her kisses intoxicate me like fine aged wine I think she really wants to be mine But right now I need a sandwich Before I start to whine I looked at the clock And... Continue Reading →

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The Clocks Are Ticking ~ A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

“Time will always show you who and what really matters.” ~ Unknown I love clocks and timepieces Pocket watches, Grandfather Clocks, Melody In Motion musical wall clocks All keep time Constant reminders That we have no time to kill today Each day I'm getting older Time waits for no one Especially me I never seem... Continue Reading →

I’m Doomed ~ A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

On nights like this The clock is my enemy Constantly reminding me That I'm still awake And still hurting Sleep only comes In short little bursts Like lines of poetry A few words here Five minutes of sleep there My mind goes into creative overload A few words here, a few words there Trying to... Continue Reading →

Traveling Through Time – A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

As I age, time becomes more important Time to do what I want to do Time to look back on my life Time to remember In the time I have left Memories help me travel back in time Reliving special times Happy times Stressful times In my travels through time I relive trips with family... Continue Reading →

Tick Tock, Broken Clock – A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

A broken clock keeps no time As I lay here awake Time moves at it's own pace No faster, no slower And I watch the time passing Waiting for the tick Praying for the tock But knowing in my heart It won't come again It's the missing The wanting The needing That keeps me prisoner... Continue Reading →

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