Tate Morgan : Writing

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.
Jessica

Jessica

A Poem by Tate Morgan


A pixie of a girl for sure who weighs but a hundred true Yet has a heart larger than mine or any I ever knew
Measured,Weighed

Measured,Weighed

A Poem by Tate Morgan


If a man needs rewarded in the end for deeds he should do by conscience there is something wrong with him.

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