David SmithWhite

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David SmithWhite Poems

1. A Letter To Hilary 12/20/2005
2. A Major Modern Miracle 8/30/2005
3. A Rapt Rap (Wrapped) 9/8/2005
4. A Sea Shanty 2/26/2009
5. A Song Of Hope 1/21/2006
6. A Songwriter's Spiel 9/3/2005
7. An Alternate Battle Hymn 4/10/2008
8. Anon. By Me 11/6/2005
9. Ax Of Creation 11/5/2005
10. Black Dog 9/5/2005
11. Blind Luck 11/1/2005
12. Bloody Bill 8/28/2005
13. Blotworld 9/3/2005
14. Boxing Shadows 3/10/2009
15. Bushtalk 5/17/2006
16. Cat 8/30/2005
17. Chants In A Million 9/23/2005
18. Cybertime 8/28/2005
19. Do I Still Call Australia, H...? 9/21/2005
20. Fame 9/2/2005
21. 'Fergie' 8/31/2005
22. George's Golden Sword 9/13/2005
23. Guantanamo 10/11/2005
24. Hubris 3/16/2008
25. Life, Etc. 8/28/2005
26. Love Me Very Much 8/30/2005
27. Messalina 9/6/2005
28. Modern Love 10/17/2005
29. My Friend, Osama 8/28/2005
30. Past Sentiment 2/5/2007
31. Politics As Usual 10/26/2005
32. Red With Native Blood 1/23/2006
33. Remembering 9/5/2005
34. Schrodinger's Cat 2/24/2009
35. Shadows 12/7/2005
36. Shills And Marx 8/28/2005
37. Simpson And His Donkey 10/20/2005
38. Song Of The Snowy 9/1/2005
39. Song: Madame Medusa 10/7/2005
40. Song: Camilla 10/13/2005
Best Poem of David SmithWhite

Simpson And His Donkey

On the beaches of Gallipoli,
in the Straits of the Dardenelles.
The cliffs hung like tattered scenery,
on a circus carousel.
The men rode their rocking ferries,
to a dark and hostile shore;
from the heights the fire was raking,
'cause that's the luck of war.

A man walked with his donkey,
across those alleys of fear.
A man walked with his donkey,
with his burden so dear.
A man walked with his donkey,
through the deadly leaden hail;
a man walking with his donkey,
surely would not fail.

A man walked with his donkey,
but it ...

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Song: Mata Hari

The firing squad was ready,
to shoot you Mata Hari.
The sun had barely
kissed the morning sky.
To a courtyard, dank and muddy,
they brought you Mata Hari.
A famed exotic beauty was to die.

As their troops drowned in the slurry,

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