Best Poem of C.A. Morrow

Time Running
The boy runs hard to be a man
He fights as he acts to hurry time
His whole life is too slow for his plan
Never seeing the hills he must climb

Patience is the will he ignores
Speeding through the hours he plays
Anxious not to lose the time he stores
Passionate nights don't follow bored school days
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The Final Battle (A Warrior's Farewell)
The warrier stands tall with battle-ax
Outnumbered, he fears not coming death
To him, honor is not an unpaid tax
But his shield whose enemies blood will wet

Glistening is not a tear in steely eye
Firm is the fist that he clenches
The battlefield awaits those to die
Fear is integrity that blood . . .
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