Bobby Sands Poems
|2.||The Sleeping Rose||1/3/2007|
|3.||Back Home In Derry||1/3/2007|
|5.||A Place To Rest||1/3/2007|
|6.||The Lonesome Boatman||1/3/2007|
|9.||Stars Of Freedom||1/3/2007|
|10.||The Rhythm Of Time||1/3/2007|
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The Rhythm Of Time
There's an inner thing in every man,
Do you know this thing my friend?
It has withstood the blows of a million years,
And will do so to the end.
It was born when time did not exist,
And it grew up out of life,
It cut down evil's strangling vines,
Like a slashing searing knife.
It lit fires when fires were not,
And burnt the mind of man,
Tempering leandened hearts to steel,
From the time that time began.
It wept by the waters of Babylon,
And when all men were a loss,
It screeched in writhing agony,
And it hung bleeding from ...