Poetry written by Jordan as a teenager in the 1950s

“Most of these Sprinklings were created years ago
in a different time and age known as the fifties by a young student
in quest of knowledge and universal truths at the
College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia.
Some of these Sprinklings are germane to that time
while others may remain timeless.”—Ron Jordan

Excerpt . . .

On Love. . .
I love you today, but that is all
For always, forever, I cannot say
But my loved one, be this sweet flaw
There is no tomorrow; it is always today.

by Ronald Jordan