David McLansky

Veteran Poet - 1,602 Points [David McLansky] (5/24/1944 / New York City)

David McLansky Poems

321. Restored Poems 2/27/2014
322. Riff On Rachel Maddow's 'Why We Did It' 3/8/2014
323. An Invitation To Tea And Scones 3/11/2014
324. Hamlet Ii 3/12/2014
325. Hamlet 3/12/2014
326. Lenny The Leeprechaun And St. Patrick's Day 3/14/2014
327. Get Up, Get Up, My Sleepy Lover 3/17/2014
328. End Of The Ice Age 3/18/2014
329. Bronach 3/19/2014
330. Advice To A Poetess Who's Chucked It All And Gone To Europe 3/20/2014
331. Timeless Love 3/21/2014
332. Belvedere 3/21/2014
333. Poem To A Fellow Poet:: Pradip Chattopadhyay) 3/22/2014
334. Scratches Of A Pen 3/24/2014
335. To A Poetess Who Wants To Infect Her Reluctant Lover With A Love Virus 3/23/2014
336. stalking The Wild Giraffe 3/25/2014
337. Riff On A River Poet 3/26/2014
338. Advice To A Poetess Whose Ex-Boyfriend Took The Couch! 3/27/2014
339. Joseph Weary 3/27/2014
340. Cold But Sentimental 3/28/2014
341. Woman In The Colorado Mountain Woods Ii 3/28/2014
342. Chrysalis 3/29/2014
343. Sextant 3/29/2014
344. That The Soul Can Turn 3/29/2014
345. Riff On Julie Prince And Princess 3/29/2014
346. Other Side Of A Reflection 3/29/2014
347. When Planting Flowers On My Grave 3/30/2014
348. Rita 3/31/2014
349. You, The Object Of My Art 4/1/2014
350. Riff On A Fellow Poet's Query: What's Wrong With Some Women? 4/1/2014
351. On A Woman's Defense Of Her Boyfriend Hitting Her Over The Head With A Bat. 4/1/2014
352. My Irrelevence 4/3/2014
353. riff On Princess Julie 4/4/2014
354. Said The Gypsy To The Shepherd Maid (Part I) 4/4/2014
355. said The Gypsy To The Shepherd Maid (Part Ii) 4/4/2014
356. The Oaten Bride Ii 4/5/2014
357. The Oaten Bride Iii 4/5/2014
358. The Oaten Bride Iv 4/5/2014
359. The Oaten Bride V 4/5/2014
360. The Oaten Bride Vi 4/5/2014

Comments about David McLansky

  • Elaine Sept Elaine Sept (11/3/2017 11:08:00 PM)

    You write poems that bring me into your world, you truly have a gift.
    I pray that you keep writing, and allowing us to be in your wonderful world of words.
    If you write it we will read!

    Elaine

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  • Brenda Stevens Brenda Stevens (2/19/2017 3:23:00 AM)

    i know you
    because of this poem
    crossing eons
    yes
    knowing feeling...being....smiling
    thank you

  • Amir Mohammad Islami Chalandar (6/7/2014 6:50:00 AM)

    nice poems. you are great in showing feels.that shows a good improvement. i invite you to read my poems at my poets page. that is a friendly invitation

  • Dilantha Gunawardana Dilantha Gunawardana (4/5/2014 12:00:00 PM)

    You're an exceptional poet........Your vocabulary is intense and your range of poetry is astounding..........am a fan and I read your first poem casually (tombstone one) but it spurred me on............do keep on writing and you will shake PM with your poetry!

  • Jay Hall (3/30/2014 9:06:00 AM)

    I enjoy your poems. Thanks for sharing.

  • Elisha Wilson (7/15/2013 4:56:00 AM)

    David you write great poems.

  • David Mclansky David Mclansky (4/5/2013 4:32:00 AM)

    Thank you, very much.. David

Best Poem of David McLansky

After My Death

No stillness filled the air,
The Nation didn't pause
Speechless with despair;
No limousine procession
Slowly snaked the road,
Winding to the crowded hill
And my last abode;
No local politicians
Recalled the City's loss
No Abbot of the Diocese
Softly kissed his Cross;
No Mayor of the Village
Called me Mankind's Friend,
No speeches intoned over me
Recalling Life at end;
At my empty grave site
Two weeping children stood,
Summarizing all I'd done
And all I ever would.

Read the full of After My Death

Shakespeare In Love

To me my beauty you never shall be old,
Though Time shall scourge your fragile shield of flesh;
I balm those wounds as Time's cruel lash does scold,
And heal his welts, your loveliness refreshed;
For in my love are herbs of powers rare
Restoring as harsh Time does take away,
My eyes, your mirror, chastening your despair,
Reflecting forth you've aged not yet a day;
Take comfort then within this frame of youth:

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