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    Poems by Ken Budden

  • Olympic Games

    • Published: August 2008
    Poems About The Olympics

    in Sports Poems

    Only for those of a special breed,
    Living a dream, a chance to succeed,
    Yesterday's hopes and desires coming true,
    Making your mark with records anew

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    Freestyle
    water, strokes
    kicking, stocking, working
    diving into the pool
    swimming

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  • The Home He Knew Best

    • Published: August 2008
    Mother And Son Parted At Birth

    in Hard Times Poems

    A mother and son were parted at birth,
    Wrenched from each other on this terrible earth,
    With no place to go she walks through the night,
    Looking for somewhere till the morning light.

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    Wow! This poem is so true. It almost made me cry. I am 13 years old and lived 13 years without my mom. I live with my grandparents. It's kind of hard because whenever I'm at school my friends...

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  • Ken Budden
  • 8 years ago

Hallo Lucie, No I am not that Ken Budden, I live in Florida but am originally from England.
My son is coming home in May, but now I have a bigger concern, since he's been away he attained his G.E.D. and I'm very proud of him for this, he could have sat and twiddled his thumbs, it's the job situation I am concerned about. I feel once he declares on an employment application his past record they will not hire him, this may be OK for a couple of times but if it continues my concern is he may resort to some crime to get money. I do hope I am wrong. Does anyone know of any government programme to help these newly released offenders?

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  • Ken Budden
  • 11 years ago

This is a very touching poem...and from a child, makes me want to hold her hand and comfort her.

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