Gordon David

Rookie (1st September 1959 / Edinburgh)

Trust


What is trust?
Who can we trust?
Can we trust our loved ones?
Can we trust each other?
Do we need to earn trust?
Can I trust you with a secret?
Can we trust our police force?
Can we trust our political masters?
Can we trust what we hear?
Can we trust our eyes?
Can we trust the camera to never lie?
Is trust very important to you?
Without trust what do we have?
Can we trust our landlords?
Can we trust our children?
Can we trust our friends?
Without trust, there can be no friendship.
Without friendship, there can be no trust.
Do you trust me?
Is trust the most important factor in a relationship?
I trust that you will forgive me this one time

Submitted: Friday, September 12, 2008

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Comments about this poem (Trust by Gordon David )

  • Rookie Gordon Somerville (11/3/2008 4:27:00 AM)

    Yes it is perfectly alright. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Joy Palmer (11/2/2008 10:43:00 AM)

    I am trying to write an assembly about trust and your poem conveys the message i am trying to give. I hope it is alright for the children to read it out. (Report) Reply

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