WerterBuch's Poems

Here's the list of poems submitted by WerterBuch  —  There are currently 12 poems total — keep up the great work!

The Olde Barn. Part Two, {Cont'd}

The Olde Barn Part Two {con'td} Fortune smiled on ME as to my rocks below. My 'hearties' sure, they'd anchored ME, to save ME in a 'blow': Quite as tall, quite as strong, as ever a schooner sent, to sail the world so round. Alas for ME, no ...

by Francis M. Faber Jr.

added by WerterBuch
2 years ago
The Olde Barn; Revised; Part One

The Olde Barn: No longer proud, No longer Grande. At the foot of the hillside, Lo, here I stand:

by Francis M. Faber Jr.

added by WerterBuch
2 years ago
THE OLDE BARN

The Olde Barn, {concluded} On hot and sultry summer nights, I'd watch the white clouds pile, and brace my frame for storms which might be wild and vile. At first a calm, No leaf dare stir. nor devils of the dust. Then com'...

by Francis M. Faber Jr. aka Hayward C. Beach

added by WerterBuch
2 years ago
The Olde Barn Part Two/Conclusion.

The Olde Barn Part Two/Conclusion: On my wires, I sense the fires, as Saint Elmo's currents creep. Unlike a ship, I have no hull, nor sails, to plow the briny deep, Quite as strong, quite as tall, as ever a schooner sent to sail the wor...

by Francis M. Faber Jr. aka Hayward C. Beach

added by WerterBuch
2 years ago
The Olde Barn

The OLDE BARN; Part One: No longer Proud, No longer Grande. At the foot of the hillside; Lo, Here I stand. Through summer's heat and ...

by Francis M. Faber Jr. aka Hayward Christian Beach

added by WerterBuch
2 years ago
Silver Rails

SILVER RAILS I hang my lantern on a hook, My bedroll I lay by. Never again in my caboose, with boxcars on the fly. Never again a hotbox will I switch out, Nor a 'flaggie' leave behind. It's OVER!, fiv...

by Francis M. Faber Jr.

added by WerterBuch
2 years ago
Knowing or knowing not!

Show Me one who Knows Not, that HE Knows Not, He is a Novice, Inspire him: Show me one whom Knows, that he Knows Not, He is a student, Educate him: Now, Show me a Man whom Knows, that he Knows, and Knows, that He Knows, that...

by Francis M . Faber Jr., aka Hayward C. Beach

added by WerterBuch
2 years ago
Thanksgiving Everyday;

Thanksgiving Everyday, by; F.M. Faber, aka Hayward Christian Beach: For the blue of the sky, The LIFE we breathe. A stalwart oak, The autumn leave. For the grandeur of mountai...

by Francis Faber, aka Hayward C. Beach

added by WerterBuch
2 years ago
Thanksgiving Everyday

THANKSGIVING EVERYDAY For the blue of the sky, the life we breathe. The stalwart oak, the autumn leaf. For the grandeur of mountains, golden meadows below. For the bright of the sun. and the moon's silvry glow. For the black of night, with s...

by Francis M. Faber Jr.

added by WerterBuch
3 years ago
Camelbacks of Peavine

The camel-backs of Peavine, are part of an ancient band. Surely they were placed there, by a strong and ancient Hand. We see their campfires gleaming ...

by Francis M. Faber Jr./Hayward C. Beach/WerterBuch/Zygmunt Zikorra/Hans Fabermann/Frances Marie Fabre/

added by WerterBuch
3 years ago
Shortline Crossbucks

STOP!, LOOK!, LISTEN! STOP!, Look upon the leaves of Autumn, for soon they are no longer here. Listen upon the leaves of Autumn, remember well their wafting cheer. For the winds of November, just as foretold soon will bring forth the Winter's c...

by Francis M. Faber Jr./Hayward C. Beach/WerterBuch/Zygmunt Zikorra/Hans Fabermann/Frances Marie Fabre/

added by WerterBuch
3 years ago
See Bio: 'Dreaming

Dreaming' A landlubber I am, Am I forever to be I hope and pray it not be so, For I'd love to go to sea, Sail upon the stormy waves, Hear their ceaseless din, Visit far-off storied ports, Made famous by romance and sin. Oh!, How I hope my dr...

by Francis M. Faber Jr.

added by WerterBuch
3 years ago

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