Andrew Rainford Poems
- Childhood's End Do you recall a time, Where the most ...
- Across The Sea Your incandescent train snakes its way through...
- The Bitter Reality On the edge of the Abyss stands, A ...
- A Love Which Should Not Have B... In the midsummer of life ...
- The Lady Of The Flowers Upon a time at morning’s dew, There...
- The Untold Grief Of A Love Unr... Celestial bodies ...
Click here to add this poet to your My Favorite Poets.
Comments about Andrew Rainford
Do you recall a time,
Where the most significant dilemma,
Was which brook to bridge,
Or which field to ford,
When the sun was warm,
And the fields were verdant.
Do you remember a time,
When we would live forever,
The cares of life not weighed upon us,
Blowing dandelion fairies on the air,
Shades of gingham in fields unnumbered,
And endless admiring faces gazed upon ours.
Can you recall a time,
When we ran beneath the trees,
Uncaring of money or love,
Memories of scraped knees and germoline,
Of plasters and dock leafs, ...