With thanks to Robert Sells for sending us his poem. He says it’s the story of his life. . .
In his search for the perfect woman much energy he burned,
And many a maid who failed the grade by him was judged and spurned,
For several years he travelled to many a far-flung coast,
“She must be there, she dwells somewhere, I’ll find her” was his boast.
So on the day he found her he was a blessed man,
“I’ve searched for years to find you,” his trembling voice began,
Came the reply,
“Just walk on by, I seek the perfect man.”
Thanks also to Violet LeMaître (aged 9) for sending us her poem. . .
East Side Gallery
As I walk towards
The Berlin Wall
I think of how many
Friends this wall divided
The Berlin Wall.
Twenty eight years of
Pain and destruction
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