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The Old Barn
by Connie Lavy
05/31/06
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The Old Barn

The old barn was worn
Looking rugged and gray.
The siding was broken.
With places decayed.

The roofing was bent
Looking Rusty and torn.
Holes were a plenty.
It looked forlorn.

Itís color all gone.
Leaving only a tint.
Itís only imagined.
What color itís been.

Hidden secrets
Remain of days gone by.
Never revealing
Changing times and why.












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Thomas Kittrell 01 Jun 2006
Interesting poem. I was thinking how great this poem could be if you tied it in with a Christian theme, for with its very interesting subject there could be a spiritual message. Like the old barn, we also get old and worn in time, but Christ will still be there for us. Thank you for sharing, because I like old barns. They have a history to tell, and your poem does an excellent job of steering the thoughts in that direction. Thomas




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