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Just Let It Be

La Vie en Rose

Heads in the Sand?

If I've Learned Anything!

Silver Bullet

The Path We Choose

A Soldier's Integrity

What is that Sound?

Back in the 50's Tonight!

A Red Rose

Golden as Gold can Be!

Robin Fly Away

You See!

The Demise of the Old Cowboy

What Will I Miss?

Ode to Christian "Kiki" Fenot

Bobby and Me

The Highwayman

*Let My Spirit Soar*

C'est La Vie

Les feuilles mortes

Before Destiny takes me!

The Hanging Tree

Lost in Time

The Golden Years?

Beyond The Shadows

A Soilder

Ode to an Old Cowboy Poet named....Jack

Our Flag!

Come on Down!

For The Principles of the Red White and Blue

When it's All Been Said and Done

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Teddy Bear

There it lay at the corner of the old
dilapidated barn, all ruffled and scorned.
One arm missing, a blue button eye gone.
The dark brown stitches split and the
cotton stuffing protruding and torn.

Once a proud and true friend of a little boy named Timmy.
Warm and snuggled in his little three year old arms
every night, when the lamp was turned down dimly.
The sky turned black, the lightening flashed and
the thunder clashed.
From out of the blackened
sky came a freight-train
sound, then a tremendous crash.

Now all that is left…
little Timmy's tiny
Teddy Bear, torn,
ruffled and scorned,                          
laying in the trash.


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