David Keig

Rookie - 13 Points (1951 / UK)

David Keig Poems

41. God Works Late 12/31/2004
42. Human Rights 12/16/2004
43. Dawn 12/19/2004
44. Cartesian Shopping 11/5/2004
45. The Number Nought 11/7/2004
46. I Wonder 12/18/2004
47. Each Falling Tear 12/16/2004
48. I Wish I Had Some Sorcery 12/20/2004
49. My Castle In The Sand 12/28/2004
50. Crying At The Moon 12/30/2004
51. Whisper Quietly In The Night 3/21/2005
52. Never Within Me 1/14/2005
53. Life's Journey 1/21/2005
54. Hell Hath No Fury (#2) 5/12/2005
55. Wattle 11/17/2004
56. Hunger 7/11/2005
57. Touch 11/4/2004
58. We Were Waiting At The Station 11/6/2005
59. Will You Walk A Mile With Me, My Child? 9/7/2005
60. Heartbeat 11/4/2004
61. An Unresolved New Year 12/31/2005
62. The Gambling Song 1/1/2006
63. The Use Of Words 1/3/2006
64. The Natural Numbers 1/29/2006
65. Teaching Is Best Left To Teachers 2/13/2006
66. Just Love Me As Me 7/11/2006
67. In The Mirror 9/13/2006
68. The Water's Edge 9/13/2006
69. Each Kiss 9/13/2006
70. Twenty Thousand Miles 8/15/2007
71. This Gum 10/12/2007
72. So Heavy Was The Air That Day 11/26/2006
73. Act Of God? 6/11/2007
74. Camp Zero 10/12/2007
75. Revelation 10/20/2007
76. The Joy Of Spring 11/13/2007
77. The Howard Blues 11/15/2007
78. The Magic Of Christmas 11/23/2007
79. I'Ve Not Been To Jerusalem 11/8/2007
80. The Whore Of Mensa (With Apologies To Woody Allen) 11/23/2007

Comments about David Keig

  • Bob Fletcher (10/15/2013 3:21:00 AM)

    Enjoyed reading your poems,

    5 person liked.
    1 person did not like.
  • Golden Ways (12/10/2008 11:23:00 AM)

    I am in love with your poems.
    Especially 'Cry Freedom '.
    I would like to use it as a tattoo.
    Hopefully this is ok with you.
    Please let me know.
    I love it so much.

  • Timothy Werner (12/19/2004 1:41:00 AM)

    The styles in your poems are beautiful. I love the rhythm to poetry and yours packs a mouth full, Congratulations on so many great Poems.

  • James Grengs (10/18/2004 7:36:00 AM)

    I love your poetry, David. You have a true gift for rhyme that i can't possibly imitate.
    admiringly,
    Ja/\/\e$

  • Michael Shepherd (10/13/2004 4:56:00 AM)

    I'm really enjoying and admiring your poetry, David. I look forward to more.
    Best, Michael

Best Poem of David Keig

The Kiss I Miss

That kiss, that kiss
That childlike kiss
That pecky on the cheek kiss
That I am here kiss
That who the hell cares kiss
That kiss, that kiss I miss

Read the full of The Kiss I Miss

In This Information Age

In this information age with data everywhere
And mobile phones and wireless sending signals through the air
Its so easy to believe that what we know is what's retrieved
From endless browsing searches and data base machines
Yet there seems just one thing missing - as with facts we're overwhelmed
Its that things have far more meaning when we find them for ourselves
We rely on received wisdom - become experts over night
And take things at face value - rarely checking if they're right
We fi

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