Circadian Poems

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Monday, October 24, 2005

Monday's Poem: Moo

By J. Vaughn

Dancing in the soft moonlight glow, dancing in shadows of things you know.

Spin your body merrily in the night, twirl in meadows beyond your sight.

Raise your spirit beyond what it knows, seek out things that make love grow.

Mind not the moments that give you pain, cover those moments that don’t cause rain.

Live free, true to yourself, do this, mean it, don’t put your life on a shelf.

In every life some rain does fall, seek out shelter, don’t drop the ball.

I can’t tell you what you should do, all I can say is those that con, do and those that can’t moo.

J. Vaughn enjoys writing both poetry and short stories that incite people to think beyond what they see and feel. He opposes both the war and the many layers of bureaucracy which ensnare our government during catastrophic events, leaving more problems than solutions. To see more of his work, go to:


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