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Sun Grandfather Poems | Sun Poems About Grandfather

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Details | Monorhyme |

Unaware

The sky is slowly melting as the sun blisters through,
The forecast is capping near one hundred twenty-two.
Birds stopped chirping, squirrels left without a clue,
Water trickles slowly, no trace of brilliant blue,
Oh such loving grandfather with inventions fresh and new,
Why were you so unaware of what global warming would do?
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Form: Monorhyme
Written: 07/14/2016
Contest: One Stanza - One Only
Sponsor: Broken Wing
Results: 5th Place

Copyright © Jesse Day | Year Posted 2016


Details | Free verse |

The Sun Set On A Late Night Channel

Where did you go, Duke?
You left without a goodbye.
I saw you last night
in old black and white,
on a silver screen 
you tipped your hat to me
left a word to the wise, 
a nod, and a grin --
When I saw you ride off
and the sunset 
on a late night channel
I looked for my grandfather's
chair, and in the memories
of a child, I saw the smile 
on his rugged face
knowing his hero
would ride again 
next Sunday.

Copyright © James Andersen | Year Posted 2017