Syndic No.6
Syndic Literary Journal

Poetry: Two Poems by Don Edwards 1935-2011

AUTHOR/POET DON EDWARDS / AJIJIC MEXICO

Poetry

 

“Where Two Or More Of You Are Gathered In My Name”

& “Children Are Like Pets”

 

Written by Don Edwards 1935-2011

 

Narrated by Juan Lara

 

Publisher’s Note

Don Edwards passed away on August 15, 2011 in Ajijic Mexico.  A friend and colleague of mine since 1950, Don was a prolific story writer and a champion of the Syndic Literary Journal. I have no words profound enough to describe my feelings of loss at his passing, but in his absence I compiled and published the Don Edwards Literary Memorial (www.donedwards memorial.us) to at least preserve his writing for others to enjoy. In this process, I found his poetry – written decades ago – I had never seen before. I especially liked these two.  — LeRoy Chatfield

 

PLAY > “WHERE TWO OR MORE OF YOU ARE GATHERED IN MY NAME”

 

PLAY > “CHILDREN ARE LIKE PETS”

 

Authors/Artists Bios

Don Edwards (1935-2011) lived in Ajijic, Mexico on Lake Chapala near Guadalajara. He wrote fiction, some published monthly for the “Chapala Review”. http://www.lakechapalareview.com For more information: www.donedwardsmemorial.us
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