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Ole Bill
by Sharron Tyrrell

Sunday, November 30, 2003

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A grizzled old man


lives out back on the hill.


In a tiny log cabin


We call him Ole Bill.


Ole Bill wears a plaid shirt


and tattered old jeans


On his head rests an old cap


His boots split at the seams.


He has three dirty old hounds


They look tired and worn.


But Ole Bill he loves them


And he tells them each morn.


The neighborhood kids


Visit Bill every day.


They sit by his rocker


To hear all he does say.


He tells them tall tales


With a twinkle in his eye.


They listen with wonder


He looks wistful and sighs.


Ole Bill hes so tired


The kids bring him joy.


They love to hear stories


Bout when Bill was a boy.


Hes seen 90 years of mornings


Eaten three times that many meals.


Says prayers every evening


By his bed he always kneels.


This poem goes on and on


For one simple reason.


Old Bill he must die


But I hope not this season.


 

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Reviewed by m j hollingshead 12/1/2003
good one
Reviewed by Anna Marie Fritz (Reader) 11/30/2003
Would that Bill could know of this
lovely tribute.
Nice job, Sharron!
Reviewed by Susan Sparks (Reader) 11/30/2003
Sharron: I used to know someone just like this, but for the life of me I can't remember who he was. This was a very nice poem.
Love, Susan
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 11/30/2003
Excellent tale of Ol Bill.,
Reviewed by E T Waldron 11/30/2003
Sharron Fine writing!You did ole Bill proud and bless you for the tribute, we do need to pay more attention to the ole Bills of this world!
Reviewed by J. Pajot 11/30/2003
Touching and uplifting...our society could use a lot more "ole Bills"...and could perhaps pay a lot more attention to them. Thank you for this enjoyable read.
Reviewed by Londis Carpenter 11/30/2003
Nicely done and a great story. I think most of us know an ole Bill.
Lonny
Reviewed by George Carroll 11/30/2003
You make us old Bills sound quite quaint. Loved this one Sharron, You too, are a great story teller. Tell us more of Ole Bill
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 11/30/2003
Old Bill is old at 90.
A for long we'll be Old Bills
Good ways yet though........(excuse me, I don't really talk this way?)
I don't ever think I'll see 90.
Love the write and you Sharron....
Reviewed by ya mama (Reader) 11/30/2003
well done
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 11/30/2003
Loved this, Sharron, Ole Bill sounds like a wonderful old man, and my ambition would be to become just like Ole Bill one day, if the Lord allows. (My wife says I'm already Ole Bill.) Enjoyed this very much.
Reviewed by Jim Dunlap 11/30/2003
Very nice.
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