Charlie F. Kane

Rookie (14/1/1989 / Solihull, Birmingham)

Charlie F. Kane Poems

81. Rain Fall Down 4/22/2006
82. The Astronaut’s Song 4/5/2006
83. Good Times, My Friend 5/6/2006
84. She’s A Running Girl 5/8/2006
85. I Am A Person 6/28/2006
86. The Motorbike 7/2/2006
87. We Don’t Need Big Brother 8/1/2006
88. Waiting For My Muse 8/13/2006
89. Song Of Redemption 8/13/2006
90. Existence 9/4/2006
91. Gregor Samsa’s Song 3/31/2007
92. The Phantom’s Requiem 3/31/2007
93. Student’s Night 4/19/2007
94. Man At War 5/3/2007
95. These Words I Write For You… 5/3/2007
96. Beautiful, Not Perfect 6/1/2007
97. Delilah 6/1/2007
98. Death Of An Actor 6/1/2007
99. Purple Blues 6/7/2007
100. Brief Words No.1 6/7/2007
101. Brief Words No.2 6/7/2007
102. Long Dead Hippie 6/22/2007
103. Don’t Be So Hard On Poor Yoko… 6/22/2007
104. No Fun 6/24/2007
105. For My Friends 6/24/2007
106. Back In Business 3/10/2007
107. Hero 8/25/2007
108. Poets’ Rock 8/25/2007
109. Lindsay 8/25/2007
110. Another One About You 10/11/2007
111. The Only Living Boy In Brum 10/14/2007
112. Autumn Becomes Winter 10/25/2007
113. Smile. 10/25/2007
114. I Never… 10/27/2007
115. Ode To Hester 10/27/2007
116. Muse Wanted 10/28/2007
117. Our World 8/26/2007
118. Homecoming 9/9/2007
119. Life Curses And Frustrates Me… 11/6/2007
120. I Have Said That… 11/9/2007

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Best Poem of Charlie F. Kane

30 Years Too Late

I’ve always said,
I was born 30 years too late.
I never fitted in to this decade.
I should have seen the 70’s,
But I was born 30 years too late.

The 60’s were the years of change,
The 70’s were the years of acceptance,
When the people were finding their feet,
The governments crooked;
Wars unsolved;
Yet, created some of the greatest art ever.
I wish I had seen the 70’s,
But I was born 30 years too late.

Imagine, said John,
As Paul flew with his Wings to the top,
Eagles flew from California,
Then the Zeppelin took the Stairway ...

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30 Years Too Late

I’ve always said,
I was born 30 years too late.
I never fitted in to this decade.
I should have seen the 70’s,
But I was born 30 years too late.

The 60’s were the years of change,
The 70’s were the years of acceptance,
When the people were finding their feet,

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