Poems by Bill Turner

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  • My life has more twists than Lombard Street
    More issues than Time magazine...

  • Reach out and take someone's hand
    Take them with you on the walk of life...

  • Slit my throat with a jagged blade...
    Slash my chest and split my ribs with your axe...

  • Comfortably numb
    Heartache and pain...

  • Listen! What do you hear?
    Sirens, cars, disenchanted voices...

  • Dreams of lust and love fill your head
    Broken by the shrill cell phone ring...

  • Pulling into the drive
    Red light on the porch...

  • Like a freight train it hits me at dawn
    Your body curled up next to mine...

  • My mood is black like the sky
    Tears well up in my eyes...

  • Haunting is your voice
    Melody of your love in my ear...

  • Lavender negligee hanging on your skin
    Barely covering the beating of your heart...

  • Boots covered in dust and blood
    Loaded six guns hang at my side...