Ruth Walters


Ruth Walters Poems

1. Glorious Isolation 8/5/2010
2. Band On The Roof 9/11/2010
3. Bad Fit 10/12/2010
4. Wistfully Watching 10/22/2011
5. Party Time 10/31/2011
6. Weeds And Buttercups 11/22/2011
7. February 5/16/2011
8. Toasted 5/17/2011
9. The Greys 1/15/2012
10. Shadows 1/22/2012
11. A View 2/11/2012
12. Twin Souls 2/11/2012
13. The Two Of Us 2/12/2012
14. What Is It About The Night 2/16/2012
15. The City Of London 2/18/2012
16. Marriage 2/18/2012
17. Lighting The Shadows 3/10/2012
18. Seduced 3/10/2012
19. Mayhem 3/7/2012
20. The Number 7 Bus 5/18/2012
21. Images 5/26/2012
22. A Lost Friend..... 5/27/2012
23. Sleeping 5/31/2012
24. Fishing 5/31/2012
25. Indecent Proposal 5/31/2012
26. Full Of Excuses 5/31/2012
27. Parks 5/31/2012
28. Striking 6/16/2012
29. Morning Streets 6/16/2012
30. Potty Plant Love 6/16/2012
31. Nobody Nowhere 6/17/2012
32. I Should Have Known....... 6/17/2012
33. Lonely 6/18/2012
34. No Football 6/18/2012
35. The Highgrounder 6/18/2012
36. The Wonky Spoon Cafe 6/19/2012
37. Hammers (A Trilogy) 6/19/2012
38. A Sweet Man (Two Poems) 6/19/2012
39. A Shady Wine Bar In Hackney 6/19/2012
40. A Memory Of Childhood............ 6/19/2012
Best Poem of Ruth Walters

Problem Solving

Her problem was tough,
kind of dark and impenetrable.
So she decided to drill him,
made a hole,

got through his
hard enamel surface
and down to his sensitive,
nerve laden dentine.

Not content with that
she dug out the root of his issues,
exposing the pulp chamber
until it bled.

Yes she drilled right down
to his bone,
that osseous mass
in his thick, stubborn head.

Aha, she thought,
'I should have guessed
I see the trouble now
oh yes'

He didn't wriggle, cry or
spit, or even swear
one little bit
he...

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An Ode To March

March, that in-between month,
like a woman turning hot,
then cold,
not wanting to commit.

Can't say I'm impressed by March
but prefer it to February,
that non month, best ignored,
or gotten over with real quick.

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