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 The Weather Beaten Relic Eezebard_        (More) 10/27/2016
 Here's hoping audrey_marie        (More) 10/24/2016
 ON MY BED AT HOME # 1 Biggus        (More) 10/22/2016
 I UPSET MY GRANDDAUGHTER Biggus        (More) 10/22/2016
 AT A FANCY DRESS PARTY Biggus        (More) 10/22/2016
 TWO FONTS WALKED INTO A BAR Biggus        (More) 10/22/2016
 I BOUGHT A SECOND HAND PHONE Biggus        (More) 10/22/2016
 21st CENTURY NURSERY RHYMES # 384 Biggus        (More) 10/22/2016
 MY NEW TENNIS PARTNER Biggus        (More) 10/19/2016
 PUT DOWN # 62 Biggus        (More) 10/19/2016
 THE LITTLE ENGINE Biggus        (More) 10/19/2016
 FAIRY TALE’S RESPUN # 10 Biggus        (More) 10/19/2016
 WHY DID THE LION CROSS THE ROAD? Biggus        (More) 10/19/2016
 21st CENTURY NURSERY RHYMES # 383 Biggus        (More) 10/19/2016
 Thinking George Langley        (More) 10/14/2016
 MY FATHER IN LAW IS A PHYSICIST Biggus        (More) 10/14/2016
 FAIRY TALE’S RESPUN # 9 Biggus        (More) 10/14/2016
 WHY DID THE BROKEN CLOCK Biggus        (More) 10/14/2016
 MY SON JOKES ABOUT MY AGE # 9 Biggus        (More) 10/14/2016
 HE WAS AN ASPIRING NOVELIST Biggus        (More) 10/14/2016
 21st CENTURY NURSERY RHYMES # 382 Biggus        (More) 10/14/2016
 Weary War Lou1216        (More) 10/13/2016
 One of Life's Mysteries dave.wynter        (More) 10/13/2016
 Boogieman, Boogieman norman        (More) 10/12/2016
 FANGS A LOT listener        (More) 10/10/2016
 I HAD A FITTING WITH MY TAILOR Biggus        (More) 10/10/2016
 MY SON JOKES ABOUT MY AGE # 8 Biggus        (More) 10/10/2016
 I TRAVEL ON THE TRAIN TO WIMBLEDON Biggus        (More) 10/10/2016
 FAIRY TALE’S RESPUN # 7 Biggus        (More) 10/10/2016
 MIND THE GAP, MIND THE GAP Biggus        (More) 10/10/2016

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The Weather Beaten Relic

A weather beaten relic
still survives
to fluster gale
As memories entertain
they fetch a smile and tell a tale
Its solid composition
the carpenter was smart
for every day
he deemed it play
a most important part
Behind the house
across the yard
twas quite the ways to walk
Beyond the barn
and past the shed
where chickens met the block
Amidst the flower garden
as mother kept it well
On winding path 'neath blooming vine
its scents of smell
The call of nature
filled the air
the evening breeze could flower
More oft' than not
as Grandpa sat
to read beneath the bower
The early birds
would fight the coons
for dew worms on the ground
The richest crop to bless a hook
were gathered close around
Spiders never rested nights
they wove
from every place
The morning mist
befell those webs
that burst upon your face
And honeybees
felt right at home
I always wondered why
I tarried not
nor lingered long
as thunder struck the sky
Winter storms
a howling
it sure could send a shiver
barely touched the seat
as you began to quiver
A discarded gem from yesterday
this yard abode's
Intersects with intellect
and indecisive

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