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Swampyville’s - “Bouquet of Life”

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Fill in the below blanks with the following words or use your own words.

Bright, due, everyone, hue, light, proposes, roses, sun.

Bouquet of Life! by L. Don Oliver

A bouquet of flowers held gently, Gathered at mornings early ___; Placed in a pretty slender vase, Reflecting loves special __;

Flowers caressed so tenderly, By beads of trickling ; Beautiful petals of life, Unfolding shades of ;

Honeybees flitting to and fro, pollinating flowers, each and _, Oblivious to the morning mist, And the rising life giving ___;

Scented flowers of every dream, Leads to what fate __; Life really concerns me not, For I, paused to smell the _;

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Greed! by L. Don Oliver

The labyrinth of my Life, That has ensued thus this far; Gives no reasons for excuse, When I stand before the bar;

Ghostly eerie creatures dancing, Echos from a pretentious past; Gives rise to the truth, Of the shadows that I've cast;

The candle of my being, Is flickering in its flow; There will come that day, When it will cease to glow;

If ever my never comes, Inter history beneath the sod; Shed no tears for yesterday, Render my final fate unto god;


Swampyville’s - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day!

I Heard the Robin Sing! by L. Don Oliver

When I was the innocent one, One morning in early spring; No thought of true reason, I heard the Robin sing;

He sang his sweet song of life, Of hope, faith, and charity; He sang of his everlasting wish, For a world in perfect harmony;

He sang his precious song, For conflict to never start; Then came the makers of hate, And tore all his dreams apart;

Like a forgotten soul, Forlorn in a castle keep; In the darkness of night, I heard the Robin weep;

We did not get there with you,
But, you paved the road with care; One day we will cross the mountain, And find you awaiting there;

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Painting the Silent Night! By L. Don Oliver

The, little falling star, left it's, calling card; Glowing, in the night, bright, bright, my delight; Luminous stars, in their grace, eternally parading, deep in space; A golden moon, sauntering by, pursuing the stars, across the sky; A flock of geese, upon their flow, lit up by, the full moon's glow; Puffy white clouds, upon their way, perhaps they'll visit, on another day; The Milky Way's, spiraling dance, two lovers lost, in deep romance; Paint brush, all dipped in red, wondering where, Mars has fled; Rings of Saturn, spinning around, no lovelier sight, to be found; Coloring a far away, lightening flash, Venus and the moon, about to clash; Between the eyes, of the known, darkened spaces, of the unknown; Palette filled, in shades of blue, colors changing, with every hue; Never a sound, to be heard, save the tune, of a singing bird; Such was, my grandest sight, While Painting, the Silent Night;


Swampyville’s - “Never the Ever”

You're the Poet!

Fill in the below blanks with the following words or use your own words.

Apart, been, came, grow, heart, misspent, row, say, share, there, vain, way.

Never the Ever! By L. Don Oliver

Sacrificing, of the __, Flowered gardens, far ; Wilting down, to vacant , There again, to never ; Foolishly, life has _, Hasted time, that was __; Never to, experience the , Of that, which never _; Fertile fields, some will , Never again, to come my ; Memories, none to , When there is, no one _;

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The Ten Morals: By L. Don Oliver

It is morally right to have, Faith for what you Believe; It is morally wrong to worship, What others deceitfully conceive;

It is morally wrong to assail others, Even the words we speak; It is morally right to rest, On one day of each week;

It is morally right to honor parents, Even if there may be strife; It is morally wrong to purposely, Take someone else's life;

It is morally right to be honest, To the one you're committed to; It is morally wrong to take, That which doesn't belong to you;

It is morally wrong to utter untruths, For most it leads to distress; It is morally wrong to be jealous, Of what others may possess;

I've always lived by the "Golden Moral", Of everything that I perceive; "To always do for others, What I wish them to do for me";