• Entry Sample 16.07.2007

    Mister Chesser has graced over 100 years;
    Loved so long…with his century of cares.
    This old world is like a comfortable cough;
    He worldn’t kick if both legs were cut off.

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    Mister Chesser has graced over 100 years;
    Loved so long…with his century of cares.
    This old world is like a comfortable cough;
    He wouldn’t kick if both legs were cut off.

    In 2008, he is 102–yet, alive and kickin’.
    Preparing meals with the food he’s pickin’.
    Living alone, he keeps busy mowing lawns;
    Abiding his time, while life goes on and on.

    His beloved companion has passed away;
    Leaving him behind–alone!…here to stay.
    At age 96, she was hardly a spring chick’n;
    Attending her attention, with home keepin’.

    Over 100, enduring!…is along time to live;
    So he thinks, sharing the kindness he gives.
    Memories are now stored–for time to keep.
    Nothing is lost!…only the Lord’s lost sheep.

    Old friends gave up!…on getting any older.
    He does what he can–pittles a little bolder.
    After 75 years, his marriage is terribly lost;
    Since the wife is gone, it’s time to kick-off.

    Life has been real; a blast-of-time to see;
    The world is completely what it should be.
    Creation is fulfilled, with nothing to scoff;
    He wouldn’t kick…if both legs were cut-off.
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