Bob Gibson

Rookie (25 April 1946 / Billingham County Durham)

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  • Cynthia Buhain-baello (2/18/2012 9:39:00 AM)

    Although I am quite late reading your poems, the enjoyment and benefit from reading them still remains. Thank you for writing and sharing these with us!

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  • ~ Jon London ~ (6/30/2009 2:31:00 PM)

    Today, I have taken the time to read one of the most fascinating poets works I have had the pleasure of reading...When reading Bob's poems I was sent off on a roller-coaster of emotions....the twists and turns..up and downs..the heart races..beating faster as you dive in depth into this remarkable poets talent...Heart rendering pieces, telling the stories of love and heart ache...the joys of life...How the world is forever changing around us...and how our attitudes to-wards life can be altered with care for one another....and where we as people have got so many things to reflect on....If you enjoy poetry that speaks volumes of truth, then look no further than this outstanding poets pieces...they're sure to thrill and spill emotion that you have felt at some point through-out your lives....you will not be disapointed....read on.

    All the very best to you Bob, In all that you do my friend.

    Best wishes

    Jon London

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  • Amber ... (9/24/2008 6:02:00 PM)

    thank you so much, i am eager to read your poems!

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Best Poem of Bob Gibson

A Country Boy

I travelled from the country, . passing haystacks by the score
I dreamt of city life and the people who had more!
I wanted to be the one of them, when photographs were taken
no longer wearing overalls, a country boy forsaken
I caught the bus, we never used, the one that’s once a week
I cringed, as the conductor/driver said, is it fortune that you seek?
I held my head up, not a grimace did I display,
but looking back i sence, my heart gave me away

it seemed an eternity, , lights flashed before my eyes
the endless fields and railings and towns I did ...

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