"Poetry & Rhymes" by William Hancock

Posts tagged “Memories

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“She’s,.. .”

She's,.. .

 

‘She’s my fourth of July,

My one and only,

My teammate, my pal,

Never I’m lonely.

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‘She’s funny you know,

The way she laughs,

The way she smiles,

Even her sass.

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Some say, she’s not pretty,

But to me, she is,

‘She’s beautiful, and loving,

Yet mean as piss.

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‘She’s my bestest best friend,

My favorite pass time,

My pain in my rear,

And yep!

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“She’s all mine”

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William Hancock © All Rights Reserved

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*In Memory of:

My Best Friend & Wife

Cynthia [Oct. 20, 2012]

 

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“Broken Dreams”

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A sliver of light,

From yonder room,

Comes from a window,

I must assume.

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Specks of dust,

On beams they slide,

Singing in glee,

Of days gone by.

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In shadows corner,

Are wandering souls,

Wooden tables,

And empty bowls.

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Once was night,

Consumed by day,

Vanishing dreams,

Just broken clay.

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Disdain memories,

Like mangled ropes,

Hanging on vines,

Of nowhere’s hopes.

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Endless sunshine,

Knocks the door,

Reflects the sadness,

And so much more.

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“Through The Curtain”

Through The Curtain

As he sat in his cold dark room,

Scratching his ear as he thought,

He peers through the curtain, towards the moon,

Remembering a life he had sought.

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He thinks of a time, and gets a grin,

Remembering his children as they played,

His wife,.. . as she kissed his chin,

Oh, those were such beautiful days.

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Why has God forsaken me so?

He asked of himself, in knots.

All are gone, and I am old,

And death comes for me not?

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Lingering, in his memories,

He looks towards a photograph,

Of an orchard full of apple trees,

A group of family as they laughed.

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His dreams are of a happier time,

When the sun had shined on his face,

Of friends and family, and drinking wine,

And kids running all over the place.

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Now he’s old, and all alone,

Everyone he loved has gone,

He waits for the day, he goes home,

To be again, with everyone.

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William Hancock © All Rights Reserved

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“And still,”.. .

"And still,".. .

So many regrets,
Of things I should have done,
Memories I can‘t forget,
Of our days, and then some.

Countless tears I’ve cried,
A heart without a clue.
Something inside me died,
The day I lost you.
No longer my bride,
Or to me be true.

The stars even wept,
As I watched you walk away.
Never a night I slept,
As my mind went astray.
Time no longer kept,
Nor the count of days decay.
I remember every step,
As I watched you walk away.

And still,.. .
As the moon turns blue,
The countless tears I’ll cry,
Remembering losing you.

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William Hancock © All Rights Reserved

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“Times Past”

Times Past

It’s colder now
Since winter’s come,
And the loss
Of our summer sun.

Nothing ever lasts.. .

The joy we had,
And all the fun,
Now all gone,
The season’s done.

A time that has past.. .

Wasn’t it great
To play and run,
Those blissful days,
And then some.

It all went by so fast.. .

I wish them back
In total sum,
To never again
Be hum drum.

Life would be a blast.. .

Now looking back,
I raise my thumb,
A wonderful time,
As I sip my rum.

There’s nothing that I lacked.. .

The memories I have
Of chewing gum,
The loves I had
Are forever won.

A time I’ll never give back.. .

Wasn’t life grand.. .?

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William Hancock © All Rights Reserved

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“3:AM”

3 AM

It’s three A M,
So early now,
I feel the chill.

As morning comes,
A day begins,
It’s so surreal.

Still the light,
Seeing it there
On window sill,

Has yet moved on,
Leaving me here
To await what’s real.

Moments of truth,
Glimpses of past,
As night stands still.

Still no sleep,
Has gifted me,
This night does steal.

This emptiness,
From yesterday past,
This hole to fill.

I raise my fist,
In rage this night,
Of life’s ordeal.

I scream at you,
As morning comes,
And night is still.

It’s three A M,
And still I moan,
With things I feel.

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“Missing You”

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I miss you in the morning,
When I first wake up.
I miss you as I sit here,
With my coffee cup.

I miss you while I’m walking
Hand in hand as we did.
I miss you at the park,
I do so remember when.

I miss you while I’m working,
And that phone call at lunch.
I miss the I love you,
Yes, a whole, whole bunch.

I miss you when I’m driving,
Just anywhere, it don’t matter.
I miss you still sitting there,
Carrying on with all your chatter.

I miss you in the evening,
When I’m thinking what to watch.
I miss you flipping channels,
As you did a whole lot.

I miss how you touched me,
And the smell of your hair.
I miss the way you felt,
As though your still there.

I miss you most of all,
In the middle of the night.
I miss you reaching over,
And holding me so tight.

God, I miss you so much,
And sometimes all I do is cry.
This missing you is so hard baby,
I never really got to say goodbye.

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“When I Was A Little Boy”

When I Was A Little Boy

When I was a little boy,
I couldn’t wait to be grown up.
No one telling me what to do,
And I could drive a real truck.

I wish that I was young again,
Now that I’ve grown older.
When I still believed in fairy tails,
Before life got so much colder.

No one ever prepares us,
For what truly lies ahead.
When those you love are gone,
And your all that’s left instead.

We spin, and we weave,
Like tomorrow will never come.
Never truly are we ready,
Not till all is said and done.

Our memories are all we have,
And photographs of the past.
The happy times, and the sad ones,
Finally realizing nothing lasts.

Yes, when I was a little boy,
I couldn’t wait to be grown up.
And living as a young man,
How could I have had such luck?

And now that I’m older,
I miss my little truck.. .

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William Hancock © All Rights Reserved

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