Author Archives: John Northcutt Young

About John Northcutt Young

I write. Remember making-up stories from spelling words in the fifth grade. A journalism degree followed. Thanks for looking.

LIVING IN LIMBO–A Video Poem

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Video Poem

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Video Poem

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Potential

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Consistency

  I feel your touch When I’m alone; Life’s never too much On our own.   I see your smile Inside my heart; No matter the mile We’re not apart.   I hear your voice Wherever I roam, And I … Continue reading

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My Plea

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God don’t let me Die before my time; My potential now debris, Cut in my prime. No one ever knowing What I would be; Gone before living, growing; My dreams set free. God don’t let me…

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In Memory Of

Closer to Mobile than Montgomery, wedged between woods and water, is a place nobody goes. A few homes, a church and cemetery scattered along a road leading somewhere else. Parents hope opportunity. They remember before it was paved. Now broken … Continue reading

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