Daniel Bernard Kelleher

Gold Star - 7,592 Points (11/2/1946 / Cork, Ireland)

Daniel Bernard Kelleher Poems

161. Two Words 12/3/2015
162. King Of Kings 12/8/2015
163. Wonder 11/8/2015
164. Deafness 10/17/2015
165. War 11/16/2015
166. Forsaken 11/17/2015
167. Snowfall 11/21/2015
168. Weakness 11/10/2015
169. Motherly Love 11/27/2015
170. Salvation 10/21/2015
171. Outside Looking In 12/10/2015
172. An Alcoholic 12/5/2015
173. Grandson 11/9/2015
174. Lost Fun 11/10/2015
175. Lost Beauty 10/18/2015
Best Poem of Daniel Bernard Kelleher

Lost Beauty

Looking way down the harbour
The landscape has changed so much
Once a place of beauty
Now a distant memory

Kids played in the river
Some even ventured a swim
They even played round the castle
As robin and his merry men

Further down the river
Where once were fields so green
Now stands a concrete jungle
Of cement and steel

Beaches all around us
Picnics were the norm
The island invites everyone
It was our Benidorm

Now all is lost for ever
No more will i see
We let the greedy build and build
No more fields or trees

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Without A Home

Asleep in a doorway on a cold winters night
Around him an old blanket wrapped up tight
People pass him without a care of his flight
Odd one says but for the grace of God go I

Homeless through no fault of his own
Austerity the cause of his downfall
Our European masters played the music
Our puppet government danced to the tune

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