Colin Coplin

Rookie - 79 Points (Australia)

Colin Coplin Poems

1. A New Sunrise (Ten Thousand Nights Away) 8/15/2012
2. A Simple Song 12/8/2010
3. A Tourist Second Class 3/25/2011
4. A Woman Stole My Girl With A Line 12/29/2011
5. Age Of Empire 11/22/2010
6. Another Day, Another Dollar 12/8/2010
7. Beautiful Day 8/3/2012
8. Before The Final Curtain Falls 8/24/2012
9. Behind These Walls 11/22/2010
10. Better Dreams 9/9/2012
11. Beyound The Horizon 12/8/2010
12. Boom, Bust, Money Lust 8/15/2012
13. Bucket List (To Die A Happy Man) 8/3/2012
14. Bush Master, Boomslang Mamba Viper 8/24/2012
15. Busker's Boulevard 11/22/2010
16. Butterfly On A Wheel 12/8/2010
17. Christopher Coplin (24/10/1962 - 02/11/1985) 3/24/2011
18. Climate Change Song (Like A Leopard) 11/28/2010
19. Cobweb Memories 8/15/2012
20. Come What May, Day By Day 12/8/2010
21. Daddy's Got A Woman 11/22/2010
22. Damien 11/22/2010
23. Don'T Be Sad, Don'T Be Blue 12/8/2010
24. Don'T Forget To Say Goodbye (On Your Way To Heaven) 8/15/2012
25. Drop Stone 8/15/2012
26. End Of The World 11/22/2010
27. Epilogue - Send My Ashes To The Wind 5/16/2016
28. Everything To Me 3/24/2011
29. Fast Eddy 11/22/2010
30. Fifteen Minutes Of Fame 8/15/2012
31. For You, I Gave It All Away 8/15/2012
32. Forget You I Never Will 12/8/2010
33. Give Me Your Love 9/9/2012
34. Good Friends 12/8/2010
35. Good Luck (But Maybe I'M Close Enough) 11/22/2010
36. Heartbreak Hotel, Is Not Where I Want To Be 8/3/2012
37. Heaven's Behind My Woman's Door 3/24/2011
38. Hero's In The Foam 3/24/2011
39. Hole In The Roof Of The World 12/8/2010
40. I Am Man 12/8/2010
Best Poem of Colin Coplin

My Grandfather's Hands

My grandfather’s hands tell a story
That few today could understand
Each knot a memory, each cut a step forward
That made me what I am

My grandfather’s hands worked the fields
That grew the food that fed the common man
Each day beneath the sun a lash, ten drops of sweat a dollar
That made me what I am

My grandfathers hands, my grandfathers hands
They turned the wheels that made me what I am

My grandfather’s hands I remember them
They were strong, they were gentle
They held me up and placed me on a mantle
On his shoulders I could see the ...

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Behind These Walls

If the universe should shrink up and die
I would still hold on to you
Not through fear, or pain, or hope
But because, I love you

If my eyes that I trust went blind
Then all I'd ever want to see
Is the look I'll hold eternally
Of your face, as it smiles on me

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