Dennis Lambert


Dennis Lambert Poems

1. Gypsy Violin 1/11/2005
2. Ode To Joy: A Listening Friend 1/11/2005
3. The Flower Of Love 1/11/2005
4. Prince Of The City 1/8/2005
5. My Love Letter 1/8/2005
6. Scottish Melody 1/8/2005
7. Cannibals Caught Me (Tanka) 4/8/2005
8. In The Moonlight 1/8/2005
9. Already You Are Within 1/8/2005
10. Outside The Window 4/14/2005
11. You Know Him. He Gives Every Poem A 'One' (Limmerick) 4/8/2005
12. Door Demon 1/11/2005
13. A Man's Complaint: I Wish I Didn'T Love You So 1/11/2005
14. Adrift 1/8/2005
15. In The Kitchen: A Saucy Tale 1/11/2005
16. The Man By The Sea 1/8/2005
17. Night Blossom 1/11/2005
18. Following The Stream 1/11/2005
19. Through The Mist 1/11/2005
20. Fallen 1/11/2005
21. Lady Lost 1/11/2005
22. My Son 1/11/2005
23. Morning Light 1/11/2005
24. There Was A Young Man From Tangiers (Limerick) 4/8/2005
25. The Sea 1/11/2005
26. My Airship 1/8/2005
27. Five Miles Into These Woods 1/11/2005
28. Tears 1/11/2005
29. Poetry Sets Me Naked 1/8/2005
30. This Morning 1/11/2005
31. My Ninja Soul 1/11/2005
32. Out Of Work 1/7/2005
33. Dancing With The Muse 1/8/2005
34. Sea Love 1/8/2005
35. Mountain Climber 1/8/2005
36. Forever Let Me Love You 1/11/2005
37. The Lowering 1/8/2005
38. We Danced 'Till Dawn 1/8/2005
39. Ice Station 1/11/2005
40. Middle Age Crisis 1/11/2005
Best Poem of Dennis Lambert

A Romantic's Lament

As a ROMANTIC, ladies, I used to feel just swell,
But now, to tell the truth, I simply feel like hell.
Every line tried and true, she already seems to know,
And now I know, t’is open season on this Romeo!

When I say, “My lady, let me sweep you off your feet, ”
She coldly offers broom and pan and says, “JUST sweep! ”
When I say I’ll be your knight in shining armor,
She sneers, “Polish first these pots and pans, you silly charmer! ”

In the moonlight I appear beneath her balcony,
And I have with me my sweetly flowing poetry.
“For you, a rose, my ...

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Prince Of The City

He was a prince of the city.

His smooth white Charger
Slid like quick silver
The length of Riverside Drive
Under bridges bedecked
With jewels of light,
Past risings of steel and stone
Holding yellow windows

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