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Poems and Stuff

The poet Virgil wrote "Optima dies..... prima fugit" meaning something like "Our best days are the first to leave us."  May poetry be our reminder.        <back to "Humor" page>

1. Partners     a poem by Lois Snider, 2012    Rights reserved

2. Cowboys and Wheelchairs     a poem by Lois Snider, 2012    Rights reserved 


3. Fruits of Solitude     a poem by Fred Collins, 2012      Rights reserved


4. Kilroy Was Here   a history  submitted by Joanne Brill


5. The Barn   a poem by Imogene Barger, Hinton, OK 1st Prize, ASCOG Senior Day, 2013    Rights reserved

6. Oklahoma  a poem by Gloria Morse, Rush Springs, OK 2d Prize, ASCOG Senior Day, 2013 Rights reserved

7. Happy Anniversary  a poem by Betty Pipkin, Marlow, OK 3d Prize, ASCOG Senior Day, 2013 Rights reserved 

8. My Neighbor  a poem by Judy Henry, Marlow, OK Honorable Mention, ASCOG Senior Day 2013 Rights reserved

9. The Ride  a poem by June Whatley, Marlow, OK Honorable Mention, ASCOG Senior Day 2013  Rights reserved

10. Treasures a poem by Lois Snider, 2013     Rights reserved

11. Pardner  a poem by Lois Snider, 2013      Rights reserved

12. A Box of Old Photographs  a poem by Fred Collins, 2006  Memphis, Tenn Rights reserved


13. Last of the Ages of Man a poem by Tom Spears, 2014, Lawton, OK Rights reserved


14. Savanna  a commemoration by Fred Collins, 2014, Memphis, Tenn Rights reserved

15. Life is a Bench a poem by Tom Spears, 2014, Lawton, OK Rights Reserved


16. Peanuts in a Coke a poem by Tom Spears, 2014, Lawton, OK Rights Reserved


17. Departures  a poem by Fred Collins, 2014  Memphis, Tenn Rights reserved


18. The Heart Bowed Down  lyrics by Alfred Bunn from an old Bohemian song, In the public domain 


19. Please submit your own work or favorite poems to pr@wichitamountainseniors.org