Allan James Saywell
Allan James Saywell Poems
- A Walk Through A Cemetry The path was narrow and cobbled in ...
- Children Of The World A child of the world Will always ...
- Nowhere Man Many, many years ago He was cast out on his ...
- Well - -Do You Do you love me Henry Well when I wake Of a ...
- A Love Letter To Any Woman Even though you write your ...
- If I Could Fly Like A Bird If I could fly like a bird I ...
- Funny Weed The poet took a drag of his funny weed He sucked...
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''Young people move on in life___Old people move out''monday 11 May 2015
''The more that you achieve in lifeSuccess in life
The harder it becomes when you have to leave''
''Why does the tax man love me so muchDebt- -Life
He keeps asking- -could he come see me''
''You don, t have to love me- -or ask me to stayLove choice
But you could be lonely with out me''
''Women love your small changeWomen and Men and money
Men love to hide it from them in deep pockets''
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A Walk Through A Cemetry
The path was narrow and cobbled in sandstone
Birds warbled and squabbled and pecked sweet honey
From brilliant flowers, that flowered a tree
Just like a still life that sit on an easel
The artificial pond was brimming with colourful life
Fishes and tadpoles and frogs that sat on green lillies
Artificial gnomes watching in awe
At life, so alive, so alive, like you and me
Just like a still-life, that sit on an easel
Just past the pond, a new world awaited me
Rows and rows of silence greeted me
People spoke of who they were
In written word that lay so ...