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Nick Bauer Poems
Ode to Steak
Sizzling, steaming, smoking meat Always a tasty, yummy treat. Some prefer it pink, others love it brown. Long as I remember, its always been around.
The Golden Years
When I'm the tender age of old, I'll visit Florida to avoid the cold. When I have an itch, I'll scratch myself And put prune juice on the fridge shelf
She's really pretty, She's pretty cute Lots of fun, she's a real hoot She tells you a story and makes you laugh About her dad chasing a calf
You travel down the path less taken It's popular, it's you just fakin' Everyone does it, Using bad judgment.
The unit is riding in the military truck Telling stories of how they killed a buck Then a road side bomb explodes The soldiers read, react, their guns unload
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(4 April 1928 - 28 May 2014)
(March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963)
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Ode to Steak
Sizzling, steaming, smoking meat
Always a tasty, yummy treat.
Some prefer it pink, others love it brown.
Long as I remember, its always been around.
Grass to cow; cow to plate
Eat it with a pretty girl on a date
Salad, potatoes, lots of sides
Eating too much makes an uncomfortable ride.
Summertime, cookout, they're on the way
Friends plus me and steak, GREAT DAY!