Colin Coplin

Rookie - 4 Points (Australia)

Colin Coplin Poems

121. Twelve Good Men 12/29/2011
122. Two Sides 12/15/2010
123. Until The Morning Light 3/25/2011
124. Until The Very End 3/25/2011
125. Was It Me, Was It You, Or Was It Someone Else 8/3/2012
126. We'Ll Meet Again Sometime 11/22/2010
127. What Do You Want With Me 9/9/2012
128. What Is Love 12/29/2011
129. What's Been Foretold 12/15/2010
130. What's It To You 12/8/2010
131. When Fate Comes Calling 8/24/2012
132. Where You'Ll Always Stay 8/3/2012
133. While You'Re Sleeping 3/25/2011
134. White Knight 12/12/2011
135. Wish List (Votes For Sale) 12/29/2011
136. Woman Come Set Your Man Free 12/8/2010
137. Words Don'T Come Easy (And They Don'T Say Enough) 12/29/2011
138. Wrap Me In Your Wings 11/26/2010
139. You And I 11/22/2010
140. You Elude (As I Pursue) 3/25/2011
141. You Girl Please (Comfort Me) 12/29/2011
142. You Leave At Midnight 11/22/2010
143. You Move Me Like An Earthquake 8/24/2012
144. You'Re My Last Love 11/22/2010
145. You'Ve Got To Start Somewhere 11/22/2010
Best Poem of Colin Coplin

Ten Minutes

It was ten minutes before the war
The quietest thing you ever saw
Ten minutes before the war
And everything was looking good

It was ten minutes during the war
The sickest thing you ever saw
Ten minutes during the war
And everything was dying fast


It was ten minutes after the war
The emptiest thing you ever saw
Ten minutes after the war
And there was nothing left

No more war
Is that what it takes for
No more war

No more war
Is that what it takes for
No more war

It was ten minutes

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Busker's Boulevard

Suburban squire thinks that one day he'll be a star
So every evening he goes busking with his guitar
He needs the money ‘cause he says he's got to pay the bills
But we all know, he'll spend the cash on other thrills

I know life can be very hard
Down on Buskers's Boulevard

Business man walking down this busy street

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