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 At A Crossroads A Poet Is Born Inspirational Poems 9/18/2019
 The Comment Queue Limerick 9/15/2019
 Sane Under The Rain Limerick 9/15/2019
 A Cat To Scat Limerick 9/8/2019
 A Poem Full Of Fun Limerick 9/5/2019
 A Best Seed Of Love Inspirational Poems 8/14/2019
 Along With Your Silence I Stroll Inspirational Poems 7/23/2019
 A Flow That Will Never Repose Inspirational Poems 7/17/2019
 Every Poet In You Quenches A Fire Inspirational Poems 7/11/2019
 As My Rime With You Chimes Inspirational Poems 7/1/2019
 Your Love, I Ever Bear Sonnet 6/27/2019
 A Poet's Ever Tweet Inspirational Poems 6/24/2019
 Seek The Huge Deep Well Of Love Inspirational Poems 6/19/2019
 Sweet Spring Souvenirs Inspirational Poems 6/18/2019
 Just Before The Sun Goes Down Inspirational Poems 6/17/2019
 Heart Is The Abode Misc 6/16/2019
 Once Upon A Dad Dedications 6/15/2019
 Home The World To Which We Respond Inspirational Poems 6/15/2019

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At A Crossroads A Poet Is Born

I hold my papers and pen
not a poetry to write
it is the school year again
one other journey in time.

My ever burning concern
would my words find their way
as all my candles I burn
to meet yearning faces each day.

A thirst for light in young hearts
I lend my soul, the blanks I fill
and then a whole story starts
quenching feels would be a thrill.

When my pupils take my notes
would they read devotion in many a line
my fear, a quote or a word floats
my quill unveiled in heart shrine.

I hold my pen with great zeal
two paths I walk, a heart is torn
my love how can I conceal
at a crossroads, a poet is born.

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