Andy Wood Poems
- I Still Love You I walk towards the fire and sing Of summers...
- All Of Us Hope lies dead on the red carpet - Fame has ...
- I Was Your Friend Take it out on me. I'll be the punchbag ...
- White Hart I sweat in the blazing sun So as to keep cool, ...
- Skulls And Bones Layer upon layer of narratives Tripping ...
- This Flashpoint, frontline- No man's land. Crossroads, ...
- Ode I'm harmless, charmed. You're charmless, armed, Barbed...
After years of meandering about doing various unfulfilling jobs, a bit of eco-activism, a degree in geography, travelling round Britain and lots of hanging out playing guitar and drinking with friends, living in a squat working as a co-director of a successful workers co-op.
Some of the stuff that I posted here was written when I was living up a tree (In a little tree-house) on a protest ... more »
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I Still Love You
I walk towards the fire and sing
Of summers gone and distant spring
Of lands of gold and places new.
I still love you.
When cold winds blow the driving snow
I won't let go, I won't get low,
I know that when this winters through
I'll be with you.
My life is gone, my years passed by
My aching heart and dimming eye
Remember days and hours I knew
When I held you.
I close the book, put out the light
And disappear into the night
But still remain as lovers do
A part of you.
And though my mind is lost in sleep
Despite the black, ...