ENOCH JOHN

Veteran Poet - 1,975 Points (30/07/1958 / TRINIDAD and TOBAGO)

ENOCH JOHN Poems

1. Perpetual Youth 2/7/2008
2. Proverb 2/7/2008
3. Evensong 2/7/2008
4. Petal 2/9/2008
5. The Mask 2/9/2008
6. Folly Becomes Wisdom 2/9/2008
7. Time's Demise 2/11/2008
8. Reminiscing 2/1/2008
9. Vapour 2/1/2008
10. Idleness Of Youth 2/14/2008
11. Ramblings 2/14/2008
12. The Vicissitudes Of Life 2/15/2008
13. Search For Peace 2/15/2008
14. The Shore Of Meditation 2/15/2008
15. Peace And Love 2/15/2008
16. Rainbow Lake 2/16/2008
17. Celestial Orb 2/16/2008
18. Knowledge 2/16/2008
19. Dawn 3/7/2008
20. Footnotes Of An Artist 3/7/2008
21. Womanhood 3/19/2008
22. River Of Success 3/19/2008
23. Vixen 3/19/2008
24. Easter Awakening 3/20/2008
25. Ground Zero 3/26/2008
26. Philomel And Lucretia 3/26/2008
27. Communion 3/26/2008
28. Pure Love 3/27/2008
29. Paradigm 3/27/2008
30. No Leopards 4/9/2008
31. Modern Day Explanations 1 4/9/2008
32. Time's Departure 4/19/2008
33. Mirror 4/19/2008
34. Modern Odyssey 9/27/2008
35. Tiresias[remembering T.S.Eliot] 11/8/2008
36. Insignia 11/28/2008
37. Pale Rose 11/28/2008
38. Restoration 11/29/2008
39. Hope's Zenith 11/29/2008
40. Happiness 12/2/2008
Best Poem of ENOCH JOHN

Trinidad And Tobago Carnival

Islands of these Caribbean waters that sparkle in earth's orb,
Like a kaleidoscope of colours in an artistic display of genius.We hear
A malady of intoxicating melodies which exhilarates, thousands
Worshipping at the shrine of steel pan at the Savannah,
Their bodies swaying like coconut trees caught in the Carnival gale
Of Monday's cadence, that ascends to the frenzied climax
of Tuesday mas.
O Caribbean Sea! Your waters dance like a troupe of Best Village belles,
Choreographed by the infectious rhythms of the sea-nymph Calypso, in Arima
San Fernando, Chaguanas, ...

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Staircase

Yesterday was only the staircase that led to today
Today is the bridge that stands between
yesterday and tomorrow,
And tomorrow may be the dream we all have today
So then, dream on today,
For tomorrow may never come.

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