Terry D. Sutherland

AN AMERICAN NOVELIST

Undaunted by the changes made
But plagued by the ravage of time
In life there was nothing forbade
He lived it to the fullest design

He wrote with a vengeance and drive
Stories of the life that he led
A soldier and adventurer when alive
In an era of self made men

For golden years he had no time
He could never be confined to bed
Failing eye sight was the sign
He should end the life that he led