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S: Pat Shull The Road A Collection of Poems and Memories

BC: The End | Thank you Papa, for passing on these precious memories, and enriching our lives with your beautiful words

FC: A collection of poems and memories | The Road | Pat Shull

1: Valentine's Day 1991 | I'm looking for someway to help me repay For the way you've been treated on Valentine's Day It must be something that rhymes and reminds you of me But what rhymes with Jerk that's my problem you see Then the lights started flashing I've been such a nerd I ran out and bought you This "Green Dookey Bird"

2: The road in front of my house Leads to the corners four You can travel the world over and come right back to my door As a youth I traveled the road to gain my fortune and fame People were all around me Who didn't even know my name | The Road | Tom, OK

3: I saw Mt. Fuji in Japan The moon in the Filipino sky Spent so much time on the city streets Thought I would surely die I still travel the road Sometimes to the left or right But I never go too far That I can't be home by night The road in front of my house Is a beautiful place to view The world in all its glory That God made for me and you | To

4: Sherry October 4, 1974 | There was a baby came to our house That brought joy to the world It was so fine and healthy It was mine and Momma's girl

5: She grew into a little girl Who was bright and gay I sometimes wish I had a girl like that today Now she's grown into a lady So beautiful and strong It breaks my heart to think That before long she will be gone But where ever she travels Or who her companions are I know she will bring happiness And the world will be better by far

6: You're really quite wise you've reached the big seven-o But no one listens to the things that you know You try to feel young as you go through the day But the pain in your bones just won't go away | P.K.

7: It's hard to look good, and your hair just won't stay You may need to go see Susie each day But the girl I see now, Just under your skin Has a face like and angel, with a shy little grin So let her out often, to frolic and play It will make you feel better, and it will sure brighten my day If your life's going bad, and you're feeling blue Just give us a call , 'cause we really love you

8: All things grow better with love. | I'm thinking now of Barron With his quiet and gentle ways A life so filled with quality Should never be measured in days The time we spent together Were only hours, so precious few But they were filled with pleasant thoughts Of the things men say and do | Barron April 30, 1975

9: I know there must be a reason In God's great design That the life of this boy Was allowed to touch mine I will show more love and kindness To the people I meet each day And try to be a friend to all As he was....When he came my way

10: Miss Bonnie | She was second oldest in a family of nine She became a teacher sure glad she was mine 40 years in the 1st grade you might think she was slow But Miss Bonnie knew something most people don't know The mind of a child is like a piece of clay You mold it when it's young not when it's old and gray | January 20, 2004

11: Must of have been a thousand minds touched by Miss Bonnie's hand I'm sure they made a difference as they traveled through this land Some students went forth to gain fortune and fame Others like me tried to keep a good name I sometimes sit and wonder what happened to the human race But teachers like Miss Bonnie made this world a better place

12: The Craftsman | Anyone can make anything If he had everything to work with A true craftsman can make something out of nothing with very little to work with God was the best I am striving to be second

13: Let's have a war The old men cry Let's have a war Only young men die We'll reap the benefits Of their blood and guts And all we'll do Is sit on out butts Their families are ruined Their mothers will weep While we're safe at home In our beds fast asleep Let's end all wars This time do it right If they want a war Let the old men fight | War | January 27, 2003

14: My Friend Jessie | She never said she liked me or the color of my skin I didn't have to ask her I could tell it by her grin She didn't say she loved me I had no need to surmise Just one look at her face It was coming out her eyes

15: Her world was a thing of Beauty The people all loving and kind After seeing her world I didn't want to live in mine When things get dark and gloomy And there's rumbling in the skies I bow my head in prayer And look through Jessie's eyes

16: Forgive us our trespasses As we forgive others Forgive us our trespasses As we forgive our brother's | Forgive

17: April 25, 1999 | He's committed a sin And it's against me He's committed a sin Now that's all I can see Sometimes I feel like Joseph At the bottom of a well But if I don't forgive my brothers We may all wind up in hell If God could forgive What man did to his son Then we should be kind and forgiving And live together as one

18: Uncle Coon | He never built an empire He didn't hang the moon But I loved him like a brother He was my "Uncle Coon" Being an only child Can be a lonely barren land But when he came to see us I felt like a full grown man

19: When he'd take me with him The world was fun and games There was never any sadness You would forget your aches and pains Later on I'd see him A' whittling at the store He could always tell a story That would make the laughter roar The Severn's were all perfect According to my Mother I know that's not true But I still love him like a brother

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