Machine Shop Poet: A selection of poems written by William W. Wonders
Much of the poetry written by William W. Wonders has been lost over the years. He wrote poetic verse to commemorate events, recognize an accomplishment, or tell a friend or loved one just how much he cared. Once written and delivered, copies were not always retained. Machine Shop Poet presents a selection of his preserved poems that were written over his lifetime Several of these poems were found after his passing, beautiful verses that no one had ever seen. These poems come at you from the heart and reflect values of family, friendship and love.
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50 Year Valentine Alma Mutters asleep batter’s box Bill Wonders birds bright bring a smile butterfly celebrated day Christmas Day Dad’s dear e’er electrical signals enjoy family and friends favorite kite Fishing Five good kids Friends on Sweetest Gimbel Grandkids Grandpa’s Grandson Allan Happy Birthday heard heart holiday I’ll never impish Life’s Music little girl live Love Grows love sincere lucky lucky star Machine Shop Poet marriage memories I’ll keep Merry Christmas Mom’s Mosquito Lake Mother’s Day ne’er forget Ode to Ray Outdoors & Seasons Patricia at Christmas Perunko pick up door pitcher play poetry pony tailed little priceless Rachel Ray the Hunter recall roller skates Saint Patty’s day Seasons at Mosquito seems share She’ll sincere and deep skills snow song Stoller Sweetest Day symphony tailed little sweetheart tears tell There’s things thrill thru tomboy air tree violins watch Water LLC We’ll wood words you’re You’ve