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George Aul Poems
A Little Rain
I awoke to the rumble up in the sky, one dark and dreary night-by and by, my heart was pounding with every loud clap, as I sat up in bed with my hands in my lap,
The stars brighten the night, as you brighten my life, my world has become you... I wonder, I worry,
The Season of Change
Autumn winds gently in, washing away Summer's sin... Autumn winds blow free,
All of You
Your loving touch caresses my heart, each time we embrace... Your loving words
Our lives are woven into the fabric of time, our past is separated from our future by a thin thread called the present; the moments of our lives are mixed
I think about why things go wrong, why some people never carry a song, we just don't know when the rain will fall, or when it will be our final curtain call.
Waterfall of Love
The love that flows in you, cascades out and all about, I try to capture that love... every day at your waterfall;
Love binds us all, the strength of the universe, some stay, some fade away.
As light as a feather my heart sings through; as heavy as a hammer my heart sings blue.
A day comes, and a day goes, light turns to dark in an instant, the chores of the day now complete, the body slows its own rhythm,
I fell into a wayside, I slid into a hole, I laid in a ditch, while finding my soul.
I love a little girl gentle and true; her hair is golden brown, and her eyes are sparkling blue.
Silent moments, only my thoughts before me, visions of yesterdays gone, visions of lost love gone and never found.
I can only see the memory of a face so beautiful, she came into my life a long time ago now,
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(4 April 1928 - 28 May 2014)
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A Little Rain
I awoke to the rumble up in the sky,
one dark and dreary night-by and by,
my heart was pounding with every loud clap,
as I sat up in bed with my hands in my lap,
I asked, 'How many times does the thunder
wake and shake frightened people asunder? '
I thought to myself 'It's no more than Nature's call, '
because even for the Earth-some rain must fall!