Rookie - 245 Points (01/01/1966 / BIRMINGHAM)


361. The Old Battered Hymn Book 5/20/2009
362. Farewell Harry Patch (The Last Surviving Tommy) 9/16/2009
363. In The Shade Of The Green Wood 1/23/2008
364. Melting Ice 11/3/2008
365. Trainspotting 3/19/2008
366. As Softly As The Stream Does Flow 1/23/2009
367. Sweeping The Back Yard 4/21/2009
368. A Walk Along Daw End Canal 5/8/2008
369. The Fallen Tree 4/29/2009
370. A New Star In Heaven 2/6/2008
371. The Old Piano 9/2/2009
372. A Wonderful Friend 2/26/2009
373. The Newsagents 7/16/2009
374. Empty Bottles 8/15/2009
375. The Church's Doors 3/29/2009
376. Three Willows 4/8/2009
377. A Miner's Legacy 4/19/2009
378. A Child Is Born (Christmas Poem) 11/28/2008
379. Silence 4/1/2009
380. I Thought My Eyes Were Stinging 3/11/2009
381. A Frosty Morn 2/17/2008
382. Old Faces 3/15/2009
383. The Apple And The Worm 8/6/2009
384. Moments In Time 6/25/2009
385. Parachutes 7/4/2009
386. A Garland Of Flowers 11/11/2007
387. An Acorn Lies Within The Snow 2/1/2008
388. As The Roses Turned To Brown 8/8/2009
389. Blossom Sky 2/5/2009
390. A Kindly Word 4/19/2008
391. And Angel Wings Shall Beat No More 4/13/2008
392. If We Could Live Forever 2/11/2009
393. Wind Chime 7/27/2009
394. A View From The Park Bench 2/6/2008
395. Camelia 1/14/2009
396. A Country Boy At Heart 1/21/2008
397. All Through The Barren Winter 1/5/2009
398. A Child Upon The Doorstep Weeps 5/21/2009
399. A Part Of Me Died With You 1/9/2008
400. I Wrote Her Name Upon The Sand 12/14/2007


  • Ramesh T A Ramesh T A (7/13/2008 3:25:00 PM)

    You have natural skill to write poems freely to your heart's content quite beautiful, simple and touching! Keep it up!

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  • Edwin Empestan (alba) Edwin Empestan (alba) (6/21/2008 12:36:00 PM)

    Dear fellow Poet,

    This is Edwin Empestan, And this is to say that I’ve read some of your poems. It is wonderful to read your poems and I really enjoy your poems. Very well and excellently expressed. Well penned indeed.

    I hope you can continue to write more poems and I will wait for them and enthusiastically read and perhaps make a comment on how I feel after reading your poems.

    Congratulations and more power to you.

    You can also read my poems and I would also welcome for your comments.

    Best regards, God bless and more power!

  • Jeannie Ann Clark (12/27/2007 10:39:00 AM)

    I have perceived who Andrew Blakemore is only through his writings, which I enjoy tremendously. They put the reader in the place where he is and every thing described can be seen or visualized in the mind. I have never written poetry before November 2007, but a person does not need to be an expert to know when someone's writing is good or not. When the words are concise, understandable, combined correctly with others, simple, these are the poems a majority of readers can appreciate and enjoy. Thank you Andrew for sharing your mind with all of us. Jeannie


I Wrote Her Name Upon The Sand

I walked along the shoreline
As the ocean looked so blue,
The seagulls called upon the wind
Above me as they flew,
So far across the waters there
I knew my love did stay,
I wrote her name upon the sand
But waves washed it away.

I watched the clouds like dreams go by
With happiness we shared,
As I looked out across the sea
And wished that she still cared,
I'd lost all hope of loving
And I could but only pray,
I wrote her name upon the sand
But waves washed it away.

Around her name a heart of love
That wasn't meant to be,
A ...

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Stubbers Green

Upon the swag of Stubbers Green
Where many ducks and wading birds
And all the geese and seagulls fly
To seek its comfort and the peace
And watch the day go by.

And while the graceful swans do pass
Upon the water flat and calm
Their downy cygnets all in tow

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