Colin Coplin

Rookie - 4 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. Cobweb Memories 8/15/2012
19. Come What May, Day By Day 12/8/2010
20. Daddy's Got A Woman 11/22/2010
21. Damien 11/22/2010
22. Don'T Be Sad, Don'T Be Blue 12/8/2010
23. Don'T Forget To Say Goodbye (On Your Way To Heaven) 8/15/2012
24. Drop Stone 8/15/2012
25. End Of The World 11/22/2010
26. Everything To Me 3/24/2011
27. Fast Eddy 11/22/2010
28. Fifteen Minutes Of Fame 8/15/2012
29. For You, I Gave It All Away 8/15/2012
30. Forget You I Never Will 12/8/2010
31. Give Me Your Love 9/9/2012
32. Good Friends 12/8/2010
33. Good Luck (But Maybe I'M Close Enough) 11/22/2010
34. Heartbreak Hotel, Is Not Where I Want To Be 8/3/2012
35. Heaven's Behind My Woman's Door 3/24/2011
36. Hero's In The Foam 3/24/2011
37. Hole In The Roof Of The World 12/8/2010
38. I Am Man 12/8/2010
39. I Can'T Walk Alone 8/15/2012
40. I Don'T Play For Money 11/22/2010
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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Age Of Empire

Who’ll build the homes where you live
Who’ll hunt the food and plant the seed
Who’ll cross the mountains, discover whole new lands
In self play mode, who will give a damn

Who’ll teach the children about the past
Who’ll sing the songs and make us laugh
Who’ll dream the future and put it in our grasp
In self play mode, who can sit and watch

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