Maybe short poem

if I write
enough poems
I’ll get one
or two

it doesn’t
really matter
very much
to me

each one
I can read
which helps me

is good enough

and sturdy
to do me
such a favor

and help me
or wince
and multiply
my lives

and having
very much
a reason
to have been
and exist
in my trove

even so
I write for you

I can’t really
what works
or doesn’t work
for you

so I say

if I write
enough poems
maybe I’ll get
one or two

for you

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Bill Eberle

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b. October 29, 1945 B.A. Hamilton College 1967 married to Dagney C. Ernest board game designer, programmer, database designer and application developer, photographer, artist, poet, and free-style dancer
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Sumanta Fernandes

Nice…I think everyone who writes goes through this feeling. Nicely penned.


This poem does for me fine I reckon, and yes the sentiments I so agree with. The words are for you first and then the reader can choose. I chose


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