Richard Netherland Cook


Richard Netherland Cook Poems

1. The Journey Of Life 7/3/2010
2. Happiness 6/15/2010
3. The Front Porch Swing 3/10/2011
4. Dear Mom And Dad 5/7/2010
5. A Band Of Brothers 3/30/2011
6. Those Little Eyes 5/6/2010
7. Golden Daffodil's 6/17/2010
8. My Sad Heart 5/6/2010
9. A Winter Night 4/22/2011
10. Some In Blue And Some In Gray 7/27/2012
11. A Perfect Rose 6/29/2010
12. A Dirt Road 6/29/2010
13. What Is Love? 3/14/2011
14. When My Time Has Come 3/5/2011
15. How Are You In Heaven? 4/22/2011
16. The Joy Of Christmas 11/26/2011
17. Grandpa's Love 6/14/2012
18. Childhood 6/14/2012
19. The Easter Bunny 4/22/2011
20. I'Ll Be There 6/11/2012
21. A Knock Upon My Door 6/30/2012
22. The Old Schoolhouse 4/9/2013
23. When I Look Back 6/17/2010
24. A Soldier's Spirit 3/13/2011
25. A New Day Dawning 3/10/2011
26. Mama Was My Angel 6/30/2012
27. A Summer Night 6/30/2012
28. Little Pieces Of Innocence 7/1/2012
29. Jane 7/10/2012
30. The Stream 6/11/2012
31. Bring Them Home Gently 7/28/2012
32. We Never Know 7/29/2012
33. A Forever Kiss 4/22/2011
34. There Is No Home There 10/27/2011
35. Whitney 11/19/2011
36. Goodbye My Love 4/23/2011
37. To David, My Son 4/27/2011
38. And No One Knew 4/27/2011
39. A Fish Story 4/27/2011
40. The Cross 4/23/2011
Best Poem of Richard Netherland Cook

The Journey Of Life

The journey of life is just a path.
On earth to lead our way,
A place to stop and rest awaile,
For we were never meant to stay.

The journey of life is a stepping stone,
On this path to greater things,
Life is not an empty dream,
If we rejoice in all it brings.

Each step we take will bring us closer,
When our journey in life will end,
And time for some is fleeting,
Time for others will extend.

Though the journey is not easy,
Loved one's will take our hand,
To guide us in life's journey,
With their footprints in the ...

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My Sad Heart

I went out to the sea
And sat there by the shore
Among the cragged rocks and sand,
And all the ocean roar.

In my heart there beat
A pain as not before;
Such sadness in my mind I felt,
And through my heart it tore.

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