Bernard Shaw

Bernard Shaw Poems

1. A Cross At The Front. 10/27/2003
2. A Dream. 10/27/2003
3. A Name. 10/10/2003
4. A New Start. 10/14/2003
5. A Poem A Day. 10/18/2003
6. Aged. 10/14/2003
7. An Evening Out. 11/1/2003
8. Anamnesis. 10/18/2003
9. Atomic Split. 11/1/2003
10. Baby Eyes. 10/28/2003
11. Back Kitchen. 10/28/2003
12. Broken Spirit. 10/28/2003
13. Child Play. 10/19/2003
14. Childish Memories. 10/16/2003
15. Coconuts. 11/1/2003
16. Completely Lost. 10/24/2003
17. Cooking. 10/29/2003
18. Cursed Cop. 10/26/2003
19. Dawn Chorus. 11/2/2003
20. Dear Mother. 10/20/2003
21. Demonic Faces. 10/21/2003
22. Derby And Joan. 10/18/2003
23. Dictionary. 11/2/2003
24. Do Not Grieve. 10/10/2003
25. Eclipse.11 August 1999. 11/5/2003
26. English Garden. 11/2/2003
27. Fairies Call. 10/15/2003
28. Field Fruits 10/31/2003
29. Flame. 11/1/2003
30. Flowers. 10/12/2003
31. Full Speed. 10/26/2003
32. Gentle Child. 10/22/2003
33. Ghosts. 10/15/2003
34. Gossips. 10/31/2003
35. Haircut. 11/1/2003
36. Heavenly Goal. 10/28/2003
37. Heroes. 11/1/2003
38. Hibiscus Flowers. 10/31/2003
39. Hills And Dales. 11/1/2003
40. Imagination. 11/4/2003

Comments about Bernard Shaw

  • Richard Brown (2/25/2018 12:06:00 PM)

    Please can anyone confirm that these poems are by GEORGE Bernard Shaw, the Irish playwright, or is there another Bernard Shaw poet?

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  • Booboo Yogi (6/25/2014 10:07:00 AM)

    Do these dummies not realize that Shaw has been dead for over 60 years? This is called Comments ABOUT Bernard Shaw, not TO him. Jeez.

  • Claudia Klotz (5/23/2005 3:46:00 AM)

    Hello Mr. Bernard Shaw,
    I´m a pupil of the HLA Graz-Eggenberg. I have been reading your poem 'Teddy Bear' and for a moment I must think of feelings when I was a small girl. I believe this is for instance a feeling which the reader of a poem should have. I mean that you really have the ability to put many true feelings into your poems. And this is admirable. I hope you will always have fun to write poems. Good luck for your future.
    In admiration,
    Claudia Klotz

  • Martina Kocher (2/15/2005 12:48:00 PM)

    Dear Bernard Shaw
    I'm convinced that you are a very good poemwriter. My favourite poems is 'Silvery Moon' because it is so wonderful. I also get every day a poem from your homepage to my e-mail adress and I'm always happy when I can read one of them.
    Martina Kocher HLA Eggenberg

Best Poem of Bernard Shaw

Completely Lost.

Have you ever had that feeling?
That you are completely lost.
Your mind and senses reeling,
As in a dark foreboding frost.
Nothing but nothing is as it seems,
Words like phantoms come and go.
It is as if all the bizarre dreams,
Have turned your brain to snow.
The ticking of the mantelpiece clock,
Cuts the silence like a knife.
Your mind is in a mysterious block,
You ask yourself is this my life.
Perhaps I am just getting old,
Brain and body gone to pot,
Where are the times that I was bold,
And my brain could solve every plot.

Read the full of Completely Lost.

Teddy Bear.

I have great love for my Teddy Bear,
I take him with me everywhere.
He was well known at my school,
Being quiet and gentle he broke no rule.
When I go to bed at night,
With him by my side I need no light.
We cuddle each other as I go to sleep,
When we are together no tears do I weep.
Together we have slowly grown old,

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