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Paul Walker (Associated Press)
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December 25, 2014

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November 25, 2014
Paul Walker, the fourth: edible foods, with sensible selections
Pseudo Turkey Day by Patrice M., original poem
Traditions and rituals today,
Except the turkeys, deer, lambs & pigs got away;
They were tired of being considered prey,
They felt that their escape was certainly okay.
They decided to have a feast, with corn pone,
Salt licks and slop;
Food that they all could condone,
Some leafy greens & for fun, some hip hop.
Then off to shop,
Ahead of all of the crowds;
After all their bellies were full from the crops,
Now they could sing, rowdy & loud.
To them, traditional Turkey Day ... what a bore!
Now they could all roar;
Now, they could touchdown & score,
Then, they could forever soar!!!
November 21, 2014
Paul Walker, the fourth: He wanted to act in Hollywood westerns
Billy the Kid, Quick on the Draw & Wanted by the Law by Patrice M., original poem
Cowboys came a lookin' for Billy the Kid,
That famous outlaw who did what he did;
Young Billy had more than one rival,
So he had to watch out for his survival.
A betting man, that Billy ...
The terrain there quite hilly;
One might think of him as a hill-Billy,
Though he was tough & not known to joke around & be silly.
In a saloon in June,
A poker game commenced, like a balloon ...
Lots of hot air & ready to go pop,
If a sore loser had a bad game, a flop.
Billy the Kid got in the game,
The people there, docile rather tame;
You see, they didn't know about Billy's fame,
An' that included more than one dame.
Sheriff Pat Garrett showed up,
There was going to be a showdown;
Someone was going to end up on the ground,
The sheriff wanted to turn things around.
It was easy for Billy,
He was the new Kid in town;
A show off ... he was faster on the draw than most,
Except next thing you know ... in town, most could see his ghost!
November 16, 2014
Paul Walker, the fourth: a man of honor
Thanks Giving, Paul and Roger by Patrice M.
Thanks for giving,
Thanks for caring,
Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for your brilliance,
Thanks for your influence,
Thanks for downplaying your limelight images.
Thanks for your laughter,
You're in your next chapter,
Thanks for your expertise.
Thanks for your fatherly ways,
Thanks for your continued leadership these days,
Thanks for all of your many contributions.
Thanks for all of your teaching, though never preaching!
Thanks for your fundraising & not being coy,
Thanks for all of your pure joy!!!
November 11, 2014
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