This Poem was Submitted By: Kenneth R. Patton On Date: 2003-01-31 11:58:59 . . . Click Here To Mail this Poem to a Friend!

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Move Over Don Quixote

Move over Don Quixote I know just how you feel To be so right and yet so wrong And chase the spinning wheel Move over please, you foolish man Make some room for me Your armor covers not your heart Itís there for all to see We think alike we two, you know Weíve got the scars to prove We use our hearts and not our heads And so we always lose Is it true that we canít see Whatís real and what is not? Or is it just that we recall What others have forgot The love they call impossible  To us is still a dream And though we fail and try in vain It hasnít lost itís sheen So may I ride with you kind Sir Fight proudly at your side With hearts all scarred and yet unbowed And foolish heads held high Let others laugh and shake their heads Iím sure we make a sight But if you look closely in their eyes Youíll see they hope weíre right

Copyright © January 2003 Kenneth R. Patton

Additional Notes:
One of my earlier ones.


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