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mirror on the wall

oh wise mirror on the wall
please do tell me
where did i fall

did i love too much
did i love too little
did i dottle
did i diddle

i look at me
and say in awe
how the heck did you get this far

there are no regrets
well maybe
one or two
but none to set
my brain askew

i have lived an exciting life
i give all the credit
to my wife

in all honesty
i will have to say
what i see reflected
is what i am today

there is nothing two-faced about me
i say it honestly to both friend and foe

to me a handshake seals a bond
i am serious about this
with words i do not fool around

i look in the mirror and see an honest fellow
the mirror looks back and does not bellow

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in the year 1860

after a few drinks
one cold night
the Rev. Mr Culpepper
left his club
in the eastern part of
Jasper County Mississippi

on his walk home
he was taken sick
and stopped at the residence
of a dear lady friend
the widow mary banes

there hie took
a dose or two
maybe even three
of medicine
followed by
some liquid
libation

here he suddenly died
in a manner of minutes

his disease
was found to be
bilious colic

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think tank

i just stopped by
to post a poem
but my mind went blank
i guess i need
a somewhat new
think tank

going to the doctor
need to let him know



















































































































































































































































































































































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Bees

bees in the four-o-clocks
sucking up the nectar
as the sun sets
are they really happy
i often wonder

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she was a darling

she was such a darling
but when t awoke with the morning
all my clothes were torn
and all my money was gone

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In The Clouds

in the clouds
angels dwell 
is where i found
my forever love

Copyright © Jancarl Campi | Year Posted 2014