SHOULD UNIVERSAL RESTRAINT EVOLVE
Should universal restraint evolve,
Subsequent understandable rage enslaved
Secretly until radical employment
Shall usurp respectable engagement.
Under rounded ecological skies
Undulating ranges exude scenes
Unusually rapturous evoking sighs
Upon reminiscent eminent schemes
Reaping engorged secular usury
Reckoned equally since unsued
Rituality ends social unity,
Richened, ending somewhere unused.
Exit sonorous ubiquitous reason;
Exhale stale uciferous rhyme;
Extol stone unioned ruins;
Emerge solicitous, unanimous, rhined.
Well, My greatest claim to fame is my brother. We were raised on a small dairy farm between Verona and Anes Station Tennesse (just north of Lewisburg) by loving diligent country parents. They were not greatly creative though mama played the guitar some, and Daddy did things like make us yoyo’s and candle sticks from wood. Anyway, I was introduced to poetry and the love of it by a highschool English teacher, Catherine Adams and have been dabbling in it ever since. I am a graduate of David Lipscomb College; have preached for 30 years and have managed the Ellington Airport in Lewisburg since 1981 where I live with my wife Dianne who has been very supportive of my meager efforts.