David Blake

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David Blake Poems

81. Another Little Thing 9/19/2008
82. Winds And Dreams 9/20/2008
83. Let’s Get Some Sun 11/2/2008
84. Left Alone 12/10/2008
85. Ping Pong 7/5/2009
86. The Man Alone By The Sea 7/26/2009
87. Everything You Touch 8/17/2009
88. Human 9/3/2009
89. Among The Flowers 11/20/2009
90. Distracted 11/20/2009
91. In The Doorway 12/18/2009
92. Don’t Cry 12/23/2009
93. Stay Awhile 12/30/2009
94. How Does It Feel? 12/30/2009
95. No Name 1/29/2010
96. Let The Sun Shine 2/27/2010
97. Morano 4/8/2010
98. Sunday Morning 5/8/2010
99. Some Better Place 9/4/2010
100. In The Garden 9/4/2010
101. Dancing Here 10/10/2010
102. Open My Eyes 10/10/2010
103. 2001 10/12/2010
104. What’s Behind You 10/12/2010
105. Close Behind 10/13/2010
106. A Simple Truth 10/13/2010
107. Obscure Fantasy 10/19/2010
108. On The First Day 11/8/2010
109. Through A Window 11/8/2010
110. After He Went Home 11/9/2010
111. The Wife 12/5/2010
112. Long After I Should Have Said Goodbye 12/6/2010
113. Lullaby Of The Damned 12/6/2010
114. Sandcastles 12/7/2010
115. On The Breeze 12/10/2010
116. Shall You Return 12/18/2010
117. All My Lonely Dreams 12/19/2010
118. Whisper Low 12/20/2010
119. Cause & Effect 12/27/2010
120. The Life Of A Lover 12/28/2010

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Best Poem of David Blake

Afterglow

Answers, in the form of fire
tempered with desire,
leading me to places I
know I never should have
gone. In the half light of a
morning met with the regrets
and fears, I pretend not to see
how far I have fallen from
where I had began. Believing that
the past might someday be
undone I live on unaware that
all my dreams will soon forever
be undone.

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So Soft A Voice

When so soft a voice, in my ear rejoices the peace
of love and time fill my soul. The breath of life so
tender and faint like a shadow in the half light,
dancing between to worlds. All is made new by the
sound of the birds song early in the spring, a promise
of warmth and things unseen. At the door of all time
we now stand and look with fresh eyes across the
vast expanse of eternity only daring to understand.

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