Diana Rosser


Diana Rosser Poems

41. Happiness 7/6/2012
42. He Has Gone 9/26/2014
43. He Raised His Voice 9/23/2012
44. Hengist And Horsa 10/11/2013
45. Hope 7/10/2012
46. Hush Now 3/10/2015
47. I Am Here 7/6/2012
48. I Choose Happiness 12/24/2013
49. I Have Buried Her In Hadaba 7/5/2015
50. I Looked At My Everyday Love In A Mindful Way 3/2/2014
51. I See You 10/23/2012
52. I Stepped Out Into Autumn 11/23/2012
53. I Went Walking 1/18/2014
54. Inside Me Was The Stillness 2/16/2012
55. Into The Shadow 9/21/2012
56. It Is Enough 4/9/2014
57. Joy 1/13/2012
58. Leaving 9/7/2012
59. Life 3/2/2013
60. Living 8/24/2012
61. Lonesome Road 7/6/2012
62. My Father Is Dead 12/13/2014
63. Nature Consists In Motion 3/3/2013
64. Nesting Storks 5/20/2013
65. No Better Place 5/15/2013
66. No Place To Hide 8/28/2012
67. Nothing 3/3/2013
68. 'Nothing' 3/3/2013
69. On The Road Again 4/22/2014
70. Open 10/1/2012
71. Packing Up Cristmas 1/6/2013
72. Patient Death 4/7/2012
73. Priceless Moment 12/1/2013
74. Rainbow Sky 12/26/2013
75. Relief 7/6/2012
76. Repose 7/6/2012
77. Resolution Sonnet 12/31/2013
78. Rock A Bye Train 4/27/2013
79. Ryokan 2/29/2012
80. Shelling Peas 9/20/2013
Best Poem of Diana Rosser

I Went Walking

I went walking beneath an English sky,
around dormant fields churned winter brown.
The chill air on my face was crisp and dry.
The path I walked waved up and down
gentle undulating hills.

I followed an ancient bridle way
that crossed my track whilst wandering free
sometime around the middle of the day
as I emerged into greenery
covering the way ahead.

Lit it was, with dappled sunlight dancing
flickering golden stars on to the ground
“come follow” called this path enchanting
so I, with freedom at my heels found
myself out upon those hills.

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Freedom

I shall just lie here and feel the wind blow gentle.
I shall just lie here and listen to the song in the trees.
I shall just lie here
as the bees keep busy,
and shut my eyes lightly
under shimmering blue.

I can sleep easy as the wind licks around me.
I can sleep easy beneath this cherished English sky.

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