Andy Wood

Rookie - 32 Points (21st May 1970 / Newcastle Upon Tyne)

Andy Wood Poems

1. Labels Define Us 7/14/2007
2. Torn In Two 7/14/2007
3. Cattle 7/14/2007
4. Unmarked Grave 7/14/2007
5. Heart Attack 7/14/2007
6. Wake Up Sleeping Beauty 7/14/2007
7. Ode 7/16/2007
8. This 7/16/2007
9. The Breath 7/16/2007
10. The Lovers 7/16/2007
11. Angel 7/16/2007
12. When? 7/16/2007
13. Buried 7/16/2007
14. What's That? 7/16/2007
15. Feeling Free 7/16/2007
16. Threat 7/16/2007
17. Our Story 7/16/2007
18. Them 7/16/2007
19. Two Roads Rant 7/16/2007
20. Wasteland Warriors 7/16/2007
21. Rebirth 7/28/2007
22. Ignorance 7/28/2007
23. Uninvited 7/28/2007
24. Good Luck. 10/8/2007
25. Still Dream 12/5/2007
26. Leeches 2/22/2008
27. 23rd Feb 2008 2/23/2008
28. Untitled 3/18/2008
29. Thank You 5/21/2008
30. Why? 5/23/2008
31. Dead Love 5/24/2008
32. Always 5/24/2008
33. The Greatest Show On Earth 8/26/2008
34. Third Hand 9/12/2008
35. Fool 10/21/2008
36. My Kingdom 11/3/2008
37. Pyramid 11/20/2008
38. To The Stars 7/16/2007
39. Burnout 7/16/2007
40. Address To The Masters Of The Hour 7/16/2007

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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, ...

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Labels Define Us

Selling plastic coated fabric
Maverick players are ecstatic rats
With franchise stores and whoreing hoards of units -
Empty smiling faces
Giving nothing real to children
With the one-eyed seal of blindness
No such thing as human kindness anymore
Labels define us
Finding consolation in the death of other nations freedoms

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