Clive Blake

Veteran Poet - 1,617 Points (01/30/1954 / Cornwall)

Clive Blake Poems

41. The Invincible Birthday Candle 1/12/2017
42. A Young Child's Smile 1/24/2017
43. Tomorrow Never Comes 3/9/2017
44. I Am The Night Sky 3/12/2017
45. Time Eludes Me 3/12/2017
46. Blame Game 5/19/2017
47. Pray For Them 5/19/2017
48. Uncle Albert 5/21/2017
49. I C Bergs 5/22/2017
50. Let There Bee Peace 6/6/2017
51. Sleepy Tot 8/12/2017
52. Toad In The Hole 8/12/2017
53. Strings Of Her Harp 8/12/2017
54. Yig And Yog 8/12/2017
55. Re-Coils 9/7/2017
56. Prismed Skies 10/6/2017
57. Daydreams 10/6/2017
58. Green Car 11/11/2014
59. If You Could Shrink Infinity 10/15/2017
60. My Poetic Aspiration 10/15/2017
61. Christmas Greeting 12/25/2014
62. Wisdom In Triplicate 12/23/2014
63. Alive And With Medals 10/24/2014
64. Christmas Family Dinner -Extended Version Of 'is There Anyone For Stuffing? ' 12/23/2014
65. Cornwall Explored 11/7/2014
66. Pl-Ease 10/27/2014
67. One Day I Dreamed 10/21/2014
68. Your Empathy Will Do 10/12/2017
69. To Have And To Hold 5/20/2017
70. In The Quiet Of The Night 10/25/2014
71. Charlotte Dymond (Dymond -A Girl's Worst End) 10/19/2014
72. Wedding Vows 10/20/2014
73. Time Warp 10/14/2017
74. Who Is That Strange Old Man? 10/28/2014
75. The Age Of Innocence 4/5/2013
76. Let Me Sail Away Forever 11/19/2014
77. Leaves 10/31/2014
78. My Prayer 10/26/2014
79. When You Are Little Like You 10/12/2017

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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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My Prayer

Dear Lord,
Don't let me ask only for myself,
For problems solved and better health,
Nor ask only for kin and friends,
With minor ills and moral trends,
But make me think in global terms,
Where drought kills and injustice burns,
Please tend to their greater needs first,
Help heal their wounds and quench their thirst,

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