Charles McMullen

Rookie - 29 Points [Chas] (24th March 1955 / Eastleigh, Hampshire.)

Charles McMullen Poems

1. An Honest Answer 8/8/2011
2. Beechwood Balms 8/8/2011
3. Cherish 8/8/2011
4. Constitutional 8/8/2011
5. Destination Upwards 8/8/2011
6. Missing You 8/8/2011
7. Mr Dolce Vita! 8/8/2011
8. Resettling 8/8/2011
9. Sea Going Ditty 8/8/2011
10. Smoking (Ashes To Ashes) 8/8/2011
11. The Abyss 8/8/2011
12. The War To End All Wars 8/8/2011
13. Excursions 8/8/2011
14. Inferno In Shirley 9/9/2011
15. The Road 11/24/2011
16. On Writing Poetry 6/24/2012
17. Words 7/3/2012
18. The Creative One 1/24/2013
19. The In Patient 8/8/2011
20. Well 8/8/2011
21. Wake Up And Smell The Coffee 8/8/2011
22. On Writing 6/22/2014
23. Seven Foot Angels 6/22/2014
24. A Country Outing 6/22/2014
25. The Leaf 8/8/2011
26. The Storm 8/8/2011
27. The Very Good Friend 10/5/2014
28. The Flight Of Pegasus 8/8/2011
29. Ode On My Mother's Passing On 8/8/2011
30. Elevated Passions 6/22/2014
31. Truth 6/22/2014
32. Angel On The Isle Of Wight 6/22/2014
33. The Wait 8/8/2011
34. The Birth Of Christ 12/23/2014
Best Poem of Charles McMullen

The Birth Of Christ

Late upon a winters night,
There became a wondrous sight.
The angel of the Lord shone around,
To all amazed upon the ground.
It led three Kings to a stable,
To a crib under a gable.
Amongst the animals there stood by,
They dids't witness a birth nearby.
To John and Mary, a special son,
The miracle of life was humbly done.
The King of all Kings, born that day,
That no man should feel dismay.
For if he to believe, makes a sacrifice,
After death his home will be eternal paradise.

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Beechwood Balms

Here I came to learn love again
To relieve a passion which became a pain
Living with others in their solitary state
Softly easing a burdensome weight
The sound of the leaves mimics the rain
To ease the pain of the fluxing brain
Comforting ambience all around
Safe in the company which abounds
Rivers and parks all nearby

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