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Paul Geiger Poems
Day - Maundy Thursday - Jesus commanded: wash, dry, Yes, repeat this eve.
Jay bird swoops in—lands. My backyard feeds—satisfies.
iPhone poetry: I squint at the tiny screen Composing Haiku
These are the birds for These are the birds in Spring sunshine. Happy pleasures are backyard birds.
You have much to learn Grasshopper.
The enduring Shasta daisy— Easy to grow,
1,6,10,9,6,3,3,4,7,1,5,8,8, We Opined
The Carrion Crow Crows abound in the neighborhood and around the yard. Often in early morning a great, noisy caw-fest occurs.
Just A Troll
Rumpelstiltskin-tricked. Was it really fair? Promise reneged. A troll's lot?
What is truth? Atheism is poor, bereft for Atheism is poor, bereft; God denied.
Tex Wasabi here. Specialize… cowboy haiku My hoss Mount Fuji.
Fibonacci by syllables: Is it hard to write a Fibonacci back to front? Let's just see if we can do one.
Comments about Paul Geiger
(4 April 1928 - 28 May 2014)
(March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963)
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Day - Maundy Thursday -
Jesus commanded: wash, dry,
Yes, repeat this eve.
Break bread - sip wine too.
Do this. Never forget Me.
How could I — ever?