David Bennett

Rookie (Manchester)

David Bennett Poems

1. 'The Bride' 11/25/2008
2. 'If Only' 11/26/2008
3. 'The Mother' 11/26/2008
4. 'The Heart' 11/26/2008
5. 'The Nurse' 11/26/2008
6. 'Everybodys Good At Something' 12/18/2008
7. 'Who Was Your Hero' 12/18/2008
8. 'Live Life As You Must Babe' 12/18/2008
9. 'Some Of Us' 12/18/2008
10. 'Oh For Those Heady Days Of Youth' 12/18/2008
11. 'About Nothing' 12/4/2008
12. 'Why Did You Pick Your Daddy' 12/19/2008
13. 'What Is Your Favourite Book' 12/29/2008
14. 'What Do The Birds Know' 1/2/2009
15. 'Days That Are Lost' 1/9/2009
16. 'Im Trying To Think Of A Poem' 1/23/2009
17. 'Were They Not Once Children Too' 1/26/2009
18. 'Bless Those Who Have Unrequited Love' 1/30/2009
19. 'I Wonder' 2/3/2009
20. 'For Those Who Grieve' 2/6/2009
21. 'Life's Roundabout' 12/29/2008
22. 'What Have We In Common' 12/16/2008
23. 'Have You Ever Had A Broken Heart' 12/19/2008
24. 'The Clock Is Ticking' 11/29/2008
25. 'Do You Remember' 11/18/2008
26. 'I Thought I Heard A Man Cry Last Night' 1/30/2009
27. 'All That Fancy Food' 1/2/2009
28. 'Saying Goodbye' 12/30/2008
29. 'Beautiful Lady In Pink' 12/9/2008
30. 'Tamla Motown' 12/15/2008
31. 'Can I Be Your Friend' 11/29/2008
32. 'Have You Ever Wanted The Night To Last' 11/21/2008
33. 'Autumn Day' 11/22/2008
34. 'I Do Not Know Their Names' 7/20/2009
35. 'I Missed My Chance' 7/27/2009
36. 'The Hospice' 12/30/2008
37. 'Is Your Journey Really Needed! 12/20/2008
38. 'What Do You Wear For Bed At Night! 11/24/2008
39. 'The Man With The White Beard And Red Suit' 11/19/2008
40. 'The Clown' 11/17/2008

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Best Poem of David Bennett

'How Do You Cope With The Loss Of A Child'


How do you cope with the loss of a child?
One minute their here, the next their gone.
The child you brought up with so much care,
Suddenly they are no longer here.

No smile or a touch how do you cope?
I just cant imagine when you have lost hope,
Its just not right, not the order of things!
To lose your child is an awful thing.

Whether they are young, or, older it should not be.
Your child should be here sat on your knee.
Not the other way round when they have gone!
All your Aspirations down the pan.

God bless ...

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'Do You Remember'


When I held you when you were frightened on dark nights.
Do you you remember when I kissed you when you so had a fright.
Do you remember when I calmed you, when you had, had a fight.
Do you remember when I helped you when you was in a plight.
Do you remember when I consoled you when you was oh so sad.
Do you remember when I cheered when you was oh so glad.
Do you remember when I wiped your tears when you felt all alone.

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