Clive Blake

Veteran Poet - 1,644 Points (01/30/1954 / Cornwall)

Clive Blake Poems

1. Major Improvements 10/22/2016
2. Two Hungry Little Penguins 10/22/2016
3. But This Is An Emergency 10/24/2016
4. Through The Hole In The Glass 10/24/2016
5. Nuff Said 10/24/2016
6. Conform To The Norm 10/26/2016
7. I Once Had A Relation-Ship 10/26/2016
8. No Malice Shown 10/26/2016
9. That Life Was Mine 10/29/2016
10. Chosen Child 10/29/2016
11. Chris And Alice 10/29/2016
12. Our Journey 10/29/2016
13. You'll Know 10/29/2016
14. Required No More 11/15/2016
15. Required Once More 11/16/2016
16. Resting In Peace 11/16/2016
17. Sasquatch 11/17/2016
18. It Certainly Would 11/22/2016
19. Lichen Laden Granite Cross 11/22/2016
20. X Marks The Spot 12/8/2016
21. Love And Friendship 12/10/2016
22. Fall Like A Feather 12/10/2016
23. Happiless 12/10/2016
24. Ostri-Sized 12/11/2016
25. Power To The People 12/11/2016
26. Raindrops Descend 12/15/2016
27. Darkened Room 12/15/2016
28. Ebb And Flow 12/15/2016
29. In Cardboard Boxes 12/15/2016
30. Moss-Hole Bound 12/22/2016
31. My D Fence 12/22/2016
32. My Meadow 12/22/2016
33. The New Millennium 2000 1/12/2017
34. The Battle Raged 1/12/2017
35. The Birds 1/12/2017
36. The Light 1/12/2017
37. The Invincible Birthday Candle 1/12/2017
38. A Young Child's Smile 1/24/2017
39. Tomorrow Never Comes 3/9/2017
40. I Am The Night Sky 3/12/2017

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Best Poem of Clive Blake

When You Are Little Like You

When you are little like you …
Everything is exciting,
Everything is brand new.

When you are little like you …
The world stretches out before you,
Creating a glorious view.

When you are little like you …
Everything seems possible,
There is nothing you cannot do.

When you are little like you …
Enjoy all of your childhood,
Don't be too eager to age,
For the best part of any novel
Is the very first page.

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One Day I Dreamed

One day I dreamed …
There was no longer any 'Third World',
Just a united 'First',
Famine clearly vanquished forever,
And no-one died of thirst.

Power was never used to enslave,
And wars were fought no more,
Man's resources were pooled together,

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