Alexander Coppedge

Rookie - 72 Points [TPAC] (June 25,1954 / Warrenton, North Carolina)

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I am a researcher of things in existence. I strive on realities, interests, theories and philosphical science. Born on a small farm. Deep back in the woods. Our closest neighbor a quarter of a mile away. Studied the King James scriptures, Sufi, myths and cultrual beliefs. Mark subject of UFO, monsters and living dead. Believe in God and accept the good and bad of angel. I am a priest/skywalker. ... more »

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  • ''Grateful*
    Better to be a bee stuck in honey
    Then a fly trapped in a spider web''
    Be happy and content with things one have: could be worst
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  • Gold Star - 13,174 Points Ramesh Rai (3/18/2014 4:55:00 AM)

    With few of his cool and calm writing, the Hon'ble Poet Alexander Coppedge can win the heart of readers.
    His works are insightful, soulful and praiseworthy. I wish for more contribution from the divine soul

  • Rookie L C Vieira (8/24/2013 3:47:00 PM)

    Thank you for reading and commenting about Savior Man. It's wonderful to be introduced to your own work through that! I appreciated Enigma and will read more of your inspired and reflective works. We need more of these! Thanks again.

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Best Poem of Alexander Coppedge

The Rapids

You hear it! After heavy rainfall
Vigorously lunging and sliding around
In a groove it cut for itself
Rumbling and tumbling down mounts
Swiftly traveling across the surface
As it tarries upon its way
Thundering over the forest
A roaring thump sound
Bubbling moister into a tear
Under enormous pines
You can smell the blossoming flowers
Honeysuckles fragrances in the field
You can see the sun reflection
Twinkling off its surface through the trees
Crystals dancing joyously in motion
Movements of grace without a breeze
The wind gusting mist ...

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