Ruth Rayment

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Ruth Rayment Poems

1. A Letter.. 8/8/2010
2. Anxiety & Beyond 8/8/2010
3. Beyond The Sea 8/8/2010
4. Break Me Down 8/8/2010
5. I'Ve Come Home 8/8/2010
6. 'Nothing To Write, Nothing To Be Said' 8/8/2010
7. 'I Am Strong' 8/8/2010
8. 'To Be Old' 8/8/2010
9. No One There 8/8/2010
10. Daddy's Little Girl 8/8/2010
11. All For The Sake Of You 8/8/2010
12. The Sake Of You 8/8/2010
13. April 8/8/2010
14. Asked A Question 8/8/2010
15. Conductor Of Life 8/8/2010
16. Guns Are Near! 7/28/2010
17. At The Merry Inn... 7/28/2010
18. Bold Accents 7/28/2010
19. At Your Graveside 7/28/2010
20. Lending Hands 7/28/2010
21. 'O Lord' 7/28/2010
22. Rip... 7/28/2010
23. Echo Of Cries 3/12/2011
24. O' Lord Of Mine.. 3/12/2011
25. Hero Of Our Time 3/12/2011
26. One Day 3/12/2011
27. Take Me With You 3/12/2011
28. Dear God 3/12/2011
29. Lead Me Not 3/12/2011
30. Let The Eagle Fly 3/12/2011
31. Dear Lord 8/8/2010
32. I Grieve 8/8/2010
33. Hope 8/8/2010
34. If Ever Were Such A Thing To Happen To You 8/8/2010
35. If It Be This Road 8/8/2010
36. Confidence 4/11/2011
37. Confidence That I Possess 4/11/2011
38. In This World 8/17/2012
39. Of All The Times 8/19/2012
40. Away 8/19/2012
Best Poem of Ruth Rayment

When I Grow Old?

When I grow old
When I was once young
When I knew my time had come
When all has approached
The war undone
I shall still be
The one under the sun
Whilst those who died and those who cried
Shall still mourn
Forever wishing
Forever grieving inside
I shall be able
To hold this head high
Though I sigh and never deprive
My heartaches for the one sacrificed
When I grow old
When I was once young
I knew this day
This month
This hour would come.

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Bold Accents

Through the bold accents
Of Notting hill
I know a place
So much, so well
Where people rejoice
Where people sing
Where the pubs are overflowing
With drinks i've never seen
Through thick blood

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