David Keig

Rookie - 13 Points (1951 / UK)

David Keig Poems

1. The Sensual Fig 11/15/2004
2. Names 10/5/2005
3. Ashes To Ashes 10/13/2005
4. Grey And Mournful Stranger 3/9/2005
5. The Piper (#2) 2/27/2005
6. The Little People 11/17/2004
7. Sydney 1/24/2005
8. Hell Hath No Fury 4/1/2005
9. If We Stopped Getting Ill 12/19/2005
10. Paradise Lost 12/19/2005
11. Christmas Debris 12/25/2005
12. The Marlboro Olympics 12/29/2005
13. Beyond My Fatal Shore 1/14/2005
14. I Want To Touch 12/7/2004
15. Nor Was I Ever Lionheart 8/24/2005
16. My Fellow Americans 1/18/2005
17. I Am The C-In-C 1/18/2005
18. Box In The Corner 1/24/2005
19. This Prospect Seems Quite Heavenly 11/18/2004
20. Today I Think It Would Be Fun 6/9/2005
21. I Bid Farewell To Poetry 12/2/2004
22. For All You Are Worth 11/2/2004
23. Anaesthesia 4/25/2005
24. Soundly Sleep 4/27/2005
25. Not Now Of Your Choosing 11/18/2004
26. Feathered Wings 3/22/2005
27. Faltered Footsteps On The Floor 1/2/2005
28. Prayer 12/1/2005
29. The Train Winds West From Wagga 12/7/2005
30. Disneyland Dad 12/7/2005
31. Life In The Suburbs And Middle Class Living 11/9/2004
32. Requiem (2) 9/1/2005
33. Despite Our Dreams 11/21/2005
34. Hope 4/24/2005
35. There's A Shade Upon The Sky-Line 10/3/2005
36. I Got Rythm 2/27/2005
37. Sleep Well 11/15/2004
38. Bacon Francis 1/29/2005
39. Christmas Memories 11/27/2005
40. Glyndebourne 10/26/2004
Best Poem of David Keig

The Kiss I Miss

That kiss, that kiss
That childlike kiss
That pecky on the cheek kiss
That I am here kiss
That who the hell cares kiss
That kiss, that kiss I miss

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In This Information Age

In this information age with data everywhere
And mobile phones and wireless sending signals through the air
Its so easy to believe that what we know is what's retrieved
From endless browsing searches and data base machines
Yet there seems just one thing missing - as with facts we're overwhelmed
Its that things have far more meaning when we find them for ourselves
We rely on received wisdom - become experts over night
And take things at face value - rarely checking if they're right
We fi

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