Biography of Stephen Holland
Stephen Holland Poems
Golden Years What ever happened to the sixties child? When days were warm and nights were wild
On The Threshold Of A Dream
On the Threshold of a Dream Once he was rejected so many years ago Once he was tormented, how could she ever know?
Our Christmas Christmas came early for you and for me Christmas with no gifts to open
Angel Falls You made your choice you deemed was right Improve your life and ease your plight
Being Together Forever
Being Together Forever ..and since you went away There’s an aching in my heart
Judgement Day It was a cold and dark December night I received a call, they said I might
Nobody notices nobody cares Look at the state of the clothes that he wears His only home is the bench in the park His one friend the bottle comforts him in the dark
Ruby You are a princess in my heart, I care for you so much.
There Was A Time......
There was a time…. There was a time when nothing rhymed Unspoken words inside my mind
Cheese You lost me in Tesco’s You know where I’ll be
A Thought For Today
Fish and chips Curry sauce Five large tea cakes Buttered of course
She Was The Girl Who Dumped Me At School
The Girl Who Dumped Me at School So into my life walks this girl with no name And changes my whole way of thinking today
She Was A Coalminers Daughter
She was a coal miner’s daughter She was a coal miner’s daughter He was a police sergeant’s son
The Dark Lord
The Dark Lord Only where the summer fails With wilderness around
What ever happened to the sixties child?
When days were warm and nights were wild
Where have to Woodstock people gone?
From the Matthews Southern Comfort song
Everyone was a Rolling Stone
Wore beads and bangles on their clothes