Poems by Franklin Price

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12/09/2017 Respect for the President 41 Rhyme
12/07/2017 The Live Washington Nativity 31 Rhyme
12/04/2017 You Come Out of the Woodwork 37 Rhyme
12/02/2017 My Heart is Overflowing 48 Rhyme
11/21/2017 Our Love is Ever changing 56 Rhyme
11/19/2017 Just Because You Say It 63 Rhyme
10/29/2017 Fall Back 69 Rhyme
10/27/2017 The Highways and the Byways 208 Rhyme
10/27/2017 Passers By 105 Rhyme
10/25/2017 Quitters on the Hill 70 Couplet
10/22/2017 Now You've Gone and Done It 111 Rhyme
10/16/2017 A Poem for POTUS Trump 87 Rhyme
10/15/2017 I Was Home Again 148 Rhyme
10/12/2017 Rebuilding 200 Couplet
10/10/2017 Friends and Politics 72 Rhyme
10/09/2017 I'm Tired of All the BS 83 Rhyme
10/05/2017 The News 65 Rhyme
09/30/2017 Shame on Us 68 Couplet
09/30/2017 The President and Price 87 Rhyme
09/28/2017 Take a Knee 231 Couplet
09/27/2017 Truth in News 49 Rhyme
09/27/2017 It Is 52 Blank verse
09/25/2017 Freedom of speech 411 Couplet
09/24/2017 A Foot in Mouth 89 Rhyme
09/22/2017 Fall is Finally Here Today 82 Rhyme
09/17/2017 The Electoral College 125 Rhyme
09/15/2017 Laura Lee and Irma 61 Rhyme
09/13/2017 The Shower 145 Rhyme
09/12/2017 The Last of Irma 125 Rhyme
09/11/2017 I Thought Irma Was Over 93 Rhyme
09/11/2017 The towers 96 Rhyme
09/11/2017 Irma Pulled a Fast One 93 Rhyme
09/10/2017 Irma Sunday Evening 89 Rhyme
09/10/2017 Irma and Florida 166 Rhyme
09/10/2017 Irma Sunday Morning 83 Rhyme
09/09/2017 Irma - A Review to Date 114 Rhyme
09/09/2017 Irma 9-9-2017 95 Rhyme
09/07/2017 Irma 101 Rhyme
09/02/2017 History Repeats Itself 201 Couplet
08/31/2017 The Hurricane Was Harvey 270 Couplet
08/21/2017 In Solar Eclipse 245 Couplet
08/12/2017 Fantasy 154 Rhyme
08/08/2017 The Ring 168 Rhyme
08/04/2017 It's Time We Had a Party 195 Couplet
08/01/2017 The Eighth Month of August 155 Monorhyme
07/30/2017 The Cock Crows in the Morning 114 Rhyme
07/29/2017 Thank You 164 Rhyme
07/28/2017 Recognition and Accolades 196 Couplet
07/26/2017 Give me some skin 107 Couplet
07/17/2017 Desert 119 Haiku
07/16/2017 Las Vegas Town 159 Couplet
07/04/2017 In Seventeen Hundred and Seventy-six 129 Couplet
07/02/2017 Trump's Tweets 128 Rhyme
06/22/2017 I Could Have Been 175 Couplet
06/17/2017 Getting Old 274 Couplet
06/16/2017 How Great to be a Father 130 Rhyme
06/16/2017 I Celebrate My Father 172 Couplet
06/15/2017 The Game Became a Tragedy 193 Couplet
06/11/2017 The Cock is Crowing 135 Rhyme
06/10/2017 This Could Be Washington's View 169 Limerick
06/10/2017 Trickle Down Economics 201 Rhyme
06/09/2017 We are the Government 393 Rhyme
06/08/2017 Senate Intelligence 276 Couplet
06/07/2017 Classified 89 Rhyme
06/05/2017 Out is What It's All About 166 Rhyme
06/03/2017 Celebrity Stupidity 208 Couplet
06/01/2017 Ronnies Sex Shop 157 Couplet
05/29/2017 For God and Country 302 Rhyme
05/28/2017 Entertainment in My Youth 346 Prose Poetry
05/27/2017 Opinions 83 Rhyme
05/26/2017 Memorial Day 434 Rhyme
05/21/2017 In the Mirror 206 Rhyme
05/19/2017 Hard to Believe 174 Rhyme
05/14/2017 Mothers 93 Rhyme
04/30/2017 Meet the Press 81 Rhyme
04/25/2017 Times Have Changed 449 Rhyme
04/23/2017 Happy Birthday Lovely Lady 127 Rhyme
04/21/2017 Let's Go Back to Simplier Times 549 Rhyme
04/16/2017 He Died upon the Cross 170 Rhyme
04/15/2017 We Must Decide 308 Rhyme
04/14/2017 A History of Easter 193 Rhyme
04/12/2017 The Garden Vestibule 182 Couplet
04/10/2017 Barbara the Farmer 345 Couplet
04/08/2017 We are the leader of the World 186 Rhyme
04/06/2017 The USA Has Lost its Way 131 Rhyme
04/04/2017 I do not Offer Gratitude 166 Rhyme
04/03/2017 Yes or No 168 Couplet
04/01/2017 Announcement from Congress 117 Rhyme
03/31/2017 A Warning for Tomorrow 125 Rhyme
03/30/2017 Youth is Gone 412 Couplet
03/25/2017 Healthcare for the People 303 Rhyme
03/24/2017 Size Matters 143 Rhyme
03/17/2017 Saint Patrick's Day 129 Couplet
03/11/2017 Finally 145 Rhyme
03/08/2017 Mister President It's Rumored 137 Rhyme
03/05/2017 God I Know You See Me 234 Rhyme
03/01/2017 Marching Into Spring 248 Rhyme
02/28/2017 Lord Knows I Love This Country 190 Rhyme
02/26/2017 Alpharhymitize 233 Abecedarian
02/26/2017 The Bradford Pear 185 Rhyme
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Quote Left The poorly educated, and ill informed, are the first to fall to temptation. Quote Right
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Quote Left it's only over when you believe it's over, or you have passed over. Quote Right
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Quote Left A Happy New Year for all of us starts with each of us Quote Right
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Quote Left memories are good, good memories are best Quote Right
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Quote Left Fend for yourself, you're the only one you can fully trust....sometimes Quote Right
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Quote Left If you have any modicum of intelligence, and can think for yourself, then you have responsibility. Quote Right
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Quote Left Appreciate what you have, not what you could have had. Quote Right
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Quote Left We do have the right to be who we are as long as it does not infringe on the rights of others to be who they are. Existing is not infringing. Quote Right
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Quote Left It is the ultimate political incorrectness when the "me" society replaces the "we" society. Quote Right
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Quote Left Love and kindness are never free. The givers receive so much. Quote Right
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Quote Left Hate always hurts the hater. Quote Right
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Quote Left The American Flag represents the United States of America; the country which first believed there should be liberty and freedom for all, that all are created equal and all should have equal opportunity. It doesn't always happen that way, but, without the concept, it could never happen  Quote Right
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Quote Left An offered hand, should be a taken hand and a hug should be returned. Quote Right
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Quote Left Don't be tempted to take action by what sounds or looks good. Prove it to yourself before you live it. Quote Right
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Quote Left Physical abuse is terrible but more easily observed than mental abuse that often goes unseen and is as bad or worse. Quote Right
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Quote Left Expect nothing and almost anything positive will bring good feelings. Quote Right
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Quote Left Parents who are disappointed in their children should, many times, be looking in the mirror. Quote Right
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Quote Left It's not what you don't have; it's what you do have... and what you do with what you have Quote Right
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Quote Left We must move to an arm's length in order to embrace Quote Right
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Quote Left Don't complain about something in which you don't participate Quote Right
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Quote Left All is not lost, until we make it so Quote Right
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Quote Left Time flies, memories nest Quote Right
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I was born in Daytona Beach, Florida and lived on Merritt Island, Florida, home of Kennedy Space Center, until I went in the Air Force in 1965; where I spent 3 years, 9 months and 28 days (not that I was counting). I spent 1968 vacationing in Vietnam.

After departing the Air Force, in 1969, I went to work as a calibrations technician at Kennedy Space Center, where I had the privilege to help put the first man on the moon.

My subsequent jobs allowed me to travel the world and be exposed to wonderful people and things that I never dreamed I would ever see.

I owned my own business for twenty plus years which provided the resources to travel, by motorcycle, for more than 300,000 miles, to all the lower 48 states, Canada and south Africa. My wife, of 47 years, went with me. God bless her for putting up with me.

We retired in 2007 and moved to North Carolina where we currently enjoy God's country and each other.

I enjoy writing rhyming poetry. Most of the time I try to write in a manner that allows the reader to put their opinions and thoughts into what they get out of my poems. I try to be thought provoking or to at least get a reaction. If I only wrote for myself, I would not write .