Christian Lacdael

Rookie - 55 Points (Bury St. Edmunds, England)

Christian Lacdael Poems

1. Bare Trees 12/23/2012
2. Social Media 2/17/2013
3. Spring Equinox 2/4/2014
4. London Riots 2011 9/7/2011
5. London 7/7 Bombings 7/11/2012
6. Out On The Pull 11/17/2012
7. Queen Elizabeth Ii 2/28/2012
8. Femdom 9/7/2011
9. St. Patrick's Day 3/14/2012
10. Lion Heart 3/24/2012
11. Ode To London 2/23/2012
12. Chasing Sunlight 8/30/2012
13. Autumn Evenings 9/26/2012
14. Bonfires 8/17/2013
15. London Olympics 2012 9/7/2011
16. Butterfly 9/7/2011
17. Spring Mornings 7/16/2013
18. Summer Flowers 9/7/2011
19. April Showers 4/23/2013
20. Alan Turing 6/26/2012
21. Bastille Day, French Revolution 9/7/2011
22. Boudicca 9/7/2011
23. Conflict 9/7/2011
24. Christmas Narrative 12/20/2011
25. Mummers Play Script, For The New Year 1/1/2012
26. 5th Of November, Guy Fawkes' Day 10/14/2011
27. Freo 12/2/2012
28. Dead Grass 7/26/2013
29. Falling Leaves 12/8/2013
30. Wicked Way 9/7/2014
31. Smelling A Rose 6/25/2014
32. Thistle Seeds 7/23/2013
33. Magpie 5/16/2013
34. Daylight Savings' Day 10/27/2011
35. Snowdrops 2/14/2012
36. London Marathon 5/31/2012
37. First Frost 11/1/2012
38. First Snow 1/4/2012
39. September 11th 9/10/2011
40. Ms. X 9/7/2011
Best Poem of Christian Lacdael

Bare Trees

Fracture lines cut in a bleak sky,
Stripped bare across the countryside,
Shadows of what they used to be,
Silhouetted so beautifully,
No more a haven to make a home,
Fragile looking veins are exposed,
Sun bleeds through while blindingly low,
Wood spirits are compelled to go,
A sight rooted in these cold months,
Crafted by a cruel lack of warmth,
Weather the sky gods issue forth,
Sent to the front line from the north,
But trees fear not old man winter,
His firm grip can't last forever,
Soon things will be back as they were,
Till the ...

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Children's Rhyme

If you think she cast a hex,
Then administer a test,
Tie her fingers to her toes,
And find out whether she floats,
If she doesn't let her go,
If does then to the gallows,
But don't forget to stake her heart,
Lest her spirit can embark.

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