david lessard

Rookie - 2 Points (september fourteenth, nineteen forty-one / gardner, massachusetts)

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I grew up in vermont. have also lived in new york state, virginia, nevada, new hampshire and currently live in central arizona.
I was a respiratory care practitioner most of my life. I am now retired.
I have an associate's degree in the health sciences.
Working on a life-journal that totals over a 1,000 pages. (A shorter version that is 250 pages) A 'novel' of 165 pages and ... more »

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  • Marketa Richnavska Marketa Richnavska (4/17/2014 3:24:00 AM)

    wow..I've never experianced such a thing, you have so so so many poems and I LOVED each and every one I read so far...you are definitely going on my favourite poets list...I will try and read all of them. You are amazing :)

  • Cynthia Buhain-baello Cynthia Buhain-baello (3/12/2012 9:18:00 AM)

    I am blessed to have found your poems here at PoemHunter and I find that you are one of the best poets I have come across. Thank you for sharing your poetry writing with us.

  • Rup Pokharel (8/3/2009 5:15:00 PM)

    Nice poem indeed.
    ..poem has unique flow and spoken someone's wilted mind

    'I can sleep through thunderstorms,
    and I can sleep through rain -
    But I cannot sleep though life,
    or the never ending pain.'

    most liked stanza..
    i give..10+++

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Best Poem of david lessard

A Remembrance Of My Father

I saw you as you were,
Not as the person I last viewed -
You were handsome, strong and good,
Movie star looks and a great smile.

The body that died that day
Was small and shrunken...
Withered and skeleton appearing.
Nothing like you were.

You didn't want me around,
You wanted to die alone...
And I granted you, your wish...
Leaving you dying solitarily.

I said I'd see you next
Up there...and you nodded.
You'll be as I remember you,
Full of vigor and strength.

I may not know you right off,
Nor you, me...
But who's to say....

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