Richard Greene


Richard Greene Poems

1. In The Beginning 12/15/2005
2. I See Myself Becoming Old 12/15/2005
3. On The Downhill Side 12/15/2005
4. Summer Morning 12/15/2005
5. October Morning 12/15/2005
6. Birds In Black 12/15/2005
7. Under The Volcano 12/15/2005
8. Driving To The Sun 12/15/2005
9. A Chicken's Lot 12/15/2005
10. Silly Man 12/15/2005
11. A World That Was 12/15/2005
12. Ode To An Island 12/15/2005
13. I Feel Your Heartbeat 12/15/2005
14. The Kite 12/25/2005
15. A A 1/31/2008
16. Memorial Day 12/15/2005
17. In Memory Of 12/15/2005
18. The Crew 12/15/2005
19. Winter Brilliance 12/15/2005
20. North Wind 12/15/2005
21. Moon Madness 12/15/2005
22. Play Jolly Music At My Funeral 12/15/2005
23. First Notes 3/31/2005
24. Spring Snow 12/15/2005
25. What The March Wind Saw 3/31/2005
26. It Was One Of Those Fine October Days 12/15/2005
Best Poem of Richard Greene

It Was One Of Those Fine October Days

It was one of those fine October days
free from summer’s heat and haze
but not yet gripped by autumn chill.

It was one of those fine October days
when the sky’s so clear
you can see the moon
through the atmosphere
at midday.

It was one of those fine October days
when the trees sport yellow and red
instead of everyday summer green.

It was one of those fine October days
when one draws a deep breath
and is grateful
to be resident on Earth.

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October Morning

The hazy morning air
though honey gold
supports no bees
only dry leaves
tracing their slow arabesques
toward the ground.

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