Tate Morgan : Writing

Mothers love

Mothers love

A Poem by Tate Morgan


Can any man say he is not beholding to the spring from which life flows?
Old Man

Old Man

A Poem by Tate Morgan


Where grass and bending flowers Grew once like the weeds The field empty and barren For lack of sowing seeds
Ole McGarty  "In Honor of Gentleman Jim"

Ole McGarty "In Honor of Gentleman Jim"

A Poem by Tate Morgan


"You know boys" he would always say "why if there's one thing I am not" "Attention grabbing back stabbing" "but I've won every fight I've fought"
Bernie

Bernie

A Poem by Tate Morgan


Don't wait till your life is all done to learn the lessons of a fool Know the rewards of self are none where love of others is the rule
Heart of a Nation

Heart of a Nation

A Poem by Tate Morgan


The well spent life will always beckon from the winds of change a call for home.
"I Love You"

"I Love You"

A Poem by Tate Morgan


So I leaned over to her ear and whispered ”I love you” Looked to the sky, came a reply ”Her's is a heart that's true”
The Writerscafe Christmas Canon 2015

The Writerscafe Christmas Canon 2015

A Poem by Tate Morgan


Don't wait till your life is all done to learn the lessons of a fool Know the rewards of self are none Where love of others is the rule
Questions

Questions

A Poem by Tate Morgan


Is the duality of nature the cornerstone of our own conscience?
Oddity Commodity

Oddity Commodity

A Poem by Tate Morgan


A man should be judged by his works not his beliefs. Beliefs are intangible and inconsequential to life.

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