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John T Banasiewicz Jr

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by John T Banasiewicz Jr
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Dark, damp, spooky night


Scared to wonder far out of sight


Bone chilling wind blowing wild


In the distance I see a misty fire cloud.


 


Gathering my nerve, off I go to investigate


Slowly I walk thru the dark, scared, closing fence gate


Sweating becoming soaking wet


Stopping only to look, glaze, and wiping my brow.


 


Closer my steps lead me as my heart is pounding


Crawling now inch-by-inch to spy


Suddenly voices I hear beneath the dark skies


Aliens from outer space sent to capture me.


 


Peeking thru the blue grass with my eyes


Aliens I do not see


Just some good ole southern boys


Making corn whiskey


 


John T. Banasiewicz Jr.


Copyright 2004


 



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Reviewed by Rose L
HEY!!! Make sure there's some left in the jug for me!!!! Geesh, I'm always a day (or two or three lol) late and a dollar short!!

This is a great poem that takes us on a thrilling adventure....made me think of a Huck Finn/Tom Sawyer as adults!

Well done my friend - thanks for the fun!

Peace,

~Rose~
Reviewed by Kate Clifford
Love it! Fun write :-)
Reviewed by Thomas Lanechanger
Tommy, this had me humming in my mind the song “A Country Boy Can Survive” by Hank Williams Jr. while I was reading this. Excellent work and visuals, my friend. I enjoyed the read. Thanks for sharing it. Take care and be well.
Reviewed by Reginald Birch (Reader)
Them southern boys must make some strong spirit Tommy, I raise my glass to you 'Cheers, the best of health'
Reg.
Reviewed by Katy Walsvik
Ha! You clever thing, you! Tommy, you had the goosebumps raised and my head was thumping away....... then, wham! What a hilarious end to a truly hair-raising, fabulous poem. Your talent shows bright with magic on this one. Yep! (grin) katy xox.
Reviewed by E T Waldron
Had me going for a bit! Good one Tommy!;-)
Hope you enjoyed the whiskey!;-)
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
(((john)))

white lightning, eh? STAY 'WAY FROM THAT STUFF! i know--wheew, no wonder they call it lightning...burns aaaaaaaaaaaaaalllllllllllll the way down LOL one try and that was IT LOL

love this wonderful write--and those spirits will haunt you if youins don't steer cleer :)

(((HUGS))) and love, karla. *hic* LOL
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
Delightful verses, John. Thank you. Love and peace. Regis
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
Joyful read John!!

Smiles keep the jug...don't give it to Eddie he will get up to mishief again taking a sip!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
There is nothing quite like the sound of a Mason jar being screwed opened to reveal the white liquid of well-made corn likker, I say, likker, my friend. LOL
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader)
Still at it huh? Good one, like the surprise ending.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
nice write, tommy! well done!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in tx., karen lynn. :D
Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers
Southern boys making corn whiskey? You don't really think they do that here?
Only if they get the chance! These days they are more likely to just drink corn whiskey than make it...but...they have been known to.
Glad to know you are in much better company with them good 'ol Southern Boys than with the aliens Tommy! If your lucky..there'll be a few Southern girls show up! *grin*
Great write!

Lisa
Reviewed by George Carroll
A delightful little poem with Halloween overtones. I'll have another sip also.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
Glad to hear it wasn't aliens, Tommy, and pass that jug, please!
Reviewed by A PAX
LOLOLOLOLOL
love thisssssssss!
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