Poems by Curtis Moorman

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08/16/2018 the tireless hummingbird 49 Haiku
08/15/2018 Alcoholism 30 Haiku
08/13/2018 Okefenokee 32 Haiku
08/11/2018 Wolves Howling At The Moon 43 Rhyme
08/11/2018 No Guts, No Glory 97 Rhyme
08/09/2018 Perpetual Love 50 Rhyme
08/07/2018 What Is Love 58 Free verse
08/07/2018 Love 37 Acrostic
08/07/2018 Summer Breeze 58 Lyric
08/02/2018 Angels 38 Rhyme
08/01/2018 In The Belly Of A Whale 94 Limerick
08/01/2018 The Man From Rangou 52 Limerick
07/31/2018 Take Me To Your Leader 71 Rhyme
07/30/2018 The Sounds Of A Rose 79 Sonnet
07/28/2018 Nine Lines 60 Narrative
07/28/2018 Fool Me Once 45 Rhyme
07/25/2018 My Five Senses 88 Free verse
07/23/2018 Moonshiner's Ditty - Collaboration 71 Rhyme
07/21/2018 Rosanne Barr 69 Clerihew
07/15/2018 An Incomplete Love Story 141 Free verse
07/09/2018 Summer Rispetto 79 Rispetto
07/09/2018 I Accidentally Let One Loose 167 Rhyme
07/02/2018 Mill Wheel 101 Rhyme
06/30/2018 Smart Phones 116 Rhyme
06/30/2018 The Body Of Mankind 81 Free verse
06/26/2018 The Mystery of Humpty Dumpty 116 Rhyme
06/26/2018 NineseventeenPM 64 Rhyme
06/26/2018 The Promise of Eternity 122 Prose Poetry
06/25/2018 A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To the Mall 128 Rhyme
06/22/2018 Childhood Sweethearts 132 Free verse
06/20/2018 Juneteenth 97 Acrostic
06/20/2018 My Final Words 106 Rhyme
06/20/2018 Distant Shores 106 Rhyme
06/16/2018 Abandon 82 Rhyme
06/15/2018 That Loving Feeling 92 Rhyme
06/12/2018 Qualities In A Friend 112 Rhyme
06/12/2018 Love and Peace 192 Rhyme
06/11/2018 Hollow 61 Rhyme
06/10/2018 Why Are There Stars 88 Free verse
06/08/2018 Barren Branches Of A Willow Tree Die 80 Rhyme
06/07/2018 A Stitch In Time Saves Nine 89 Rhyme
06/01/2018 She Walks 77 Free verse
05/31/2018 These Are The Days 172 Rhyme
05/30/2018 Your Next Breath 97 Monoku
05/29/2018 Forgiveness Feels Like A Rotted Grave 133 Free verse
05/28/2018 Nature, What Are You 104 Rhyme
05/25/2018 From Now On 122 Free verse
05/24/2018 A Georgia Extravaganza 95 Rhyme
05/24/2018 Nature, Beautiful Nature 123 Monorhyme
05/22/2018 The Final Curtain 156 Free verse
05/22/2018 Chappell's Mill 89 Rhyme
05/22/2018 When Life Is Over 253 Rhyme
05/18/2018 In 100 Years 94 Rhyme
05/15/2018 The Man In The Middle 113 Rhyme
05/15/2018 Tips For Modern Poetry 132 Prose
05/12/2018 The Healing Power of Time 122 Rhyme
05/12/2018 Rehabilitation 66 Free verse
05/12/2018 EYES 92 Limerick
05/12/2018 MUSTANGS 117 Rhyme
05/11/2018 Summer Love 150 Sonnet
05/11/2018 MUSTANGS 146 Rhyme
05/10/2018 Death, Where Are You 102 Rhyme
05/09/2018 CATFISH 148 Rhyme
05/06/2018 Lord, I Pantoum You 176 Pantoum
04/30/2018 THE BEAUTY OF SOLITUDE 90 Rhyme
04/30/2018 LOVE OF CHRIST 151 Free verse
04/28/2018 A MAN CALLED JAMES 68 Rhyme
04/27/2018 A Legend in his Time 152 Pantoum
04/27/2018 AN EVENT THAT CHANGED ME 110 Rhyme
04/17/2018 SIJO 85 Sijo
04/16/2018 EASTER 2018 108 Free verse
04/13/2018 Bring Me To Life 121 Rhyme
04/13/2018 One, Nine, and Sixteen 166 Rhyme
04/12/2018 Happy Birthday Joyce 132 Rhyme
04/11/2018 POETIC JUSTICE 619 Limerick
03/26/2018 QUOTH THE DEMON 93 Rhyme
03/26/2018 Dastardly Deeds 160 Alliteration
03/26/2018 TARNISHED REFLECTIONS 125 Free verse
03/24/2018 Concrete 165 Concrete
03/23/2018 LOVE LETTER II 142 Rhyme
03/21/2018 MY FAVORITE MOVIE 139 Limerick
03/16/2018 TOGETHER WE WERE STRONG 208 Rhyme
03/16/2018 SUNSHINE 209 Sonnet
03/15/2018 SPRING 136 Monorhyme
03/13/2018 SHOWDOWN 58 Rhyme
03/13/2018 MIND THE PAINT 100 Rhyme
03/13/2018 AND THEN IT HAPPENED finale 106 Free verse
03/13/2018 AND THEN IT HAPPENED Part 3 67 Free verse
03/13/2018 AND THEN IT HAPPENED Part 2 68 Rhyme
03/09/2018 AND THEN IT HAPPENED 98 Free verse
03/09/2018 FRIDAY FEELING 451 Acrostic
03/09/2018 WHEN JESUS COMES BACK AGAIN 162 Blank verse
03/07/2018 TRIBUTE TO COLLARDS 131 I do not know?
02/28/2018 THE 70s 142 Rhyme
02/28/2018 LEMON 151 Limerick
02/06/2018 ROSES ARE RED 139 Monoku
02/05/2018 THE FLIVVY XYZ PERSONIFIED 117 Light Verse
02/03/2018 OH DEAR, WHAT CAN THE MATTER BE 1038 Rhyme
02/02/2018 THE MAN WITH THE TAN 91 Rhyme
01/30/2018 I DO NEED YOU SO, LORD, BUT WHY 407 Dramatic Verse
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Quote Left Christmas is not about trees, lights, tinsel, and gift exchange. It is atime when families celebrate the birth of a Baby who became a man, was crucified, dead and buried, rose again on the third day, ascended into Heaven, is seated ea the Right Hand of God the Father and gives eternal life. Quote Right
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Quote Left Not my original quote -- If I had known how much fun grandchildren would be, I would have had them first. Quote Right
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Quote Left You'd rather French kiss a rattle snake than try to bully me, sucker! Quote Right
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Greetings, from the Great State of Georgia, home of Georgia Peaches and Georgia Pines.

I was born on 17 March 1943 in Dublin, Georgia.  I graduated from East Laurens High School and joined the Air Force in 1963.  I spent 20 years working in the Chaplain Career Field in an administrative capacity.  I retired in 1983 and returned to my roots in 1986.  I worked for 23 years at the VA Medical Center as the Administrative Assistant to the Chief of Pharmacy and retired on 1 April 2009.  I have two children.  My daughter, Rachel and her husband, Dwayne have no children.  My son Jon and his wife, Carra, have six children.   My wife and I are enjoying retirement and hope to grow old (very old) together.  I enjoy yard work and try to stay busy.  With a three acre plot in the country, staying busy is easy. 

I teach a class each Wednesday morning at one of the local addictive behavior centers and on Monday evening at the local Celebrate Recovery chapter.  I co-founded the CR group and have been with it for 10 years.  We began with only 14 and now have an average attendance of 130.

My only real hobby is writing and being a member of Poetry Soup.  I published my first book entitled American Splendor,  in 2016.  I am in the process of writing book number two entitled Why Me, Lord?  I hope to have it in the local Christian Bookstore by mid-Summer.