David Taylor

Rookie (3rd January 1956 / LONDON, UK)

David Taylor Poems

41. Where Do You Live? 1/30/2007
42. Food For Thought 2/1/2007
43. Poem That's Not About Poems At All But Might Help You Feel Better. 2/2/2007
44. Could You Just Act In That Way? 2/5/2007
45. The Key Within 3/26/2007
46. The Big Sleep 3/26/2007
47. Universal Show 3/27/2007
48. Sunflowers, Butterflies And Roses. 3/27/2007
49. Darkness And Death 3/28/2007
50. Any One Seen My Muse? 3/29/2007
51. Tiggerific 3/29/2007
52. When 4/17/2007
53. Beautiful Beyond Doubt 4/18/2007
54. One Hundred Degrees Sea 4/19/2007
55. Gonna Get You 4/20/2007
56. Getting High 4/22/2007
57. Rest 4/23/2007
58. Sur'Re'Al 4/24/2007
59. Doggerel? 4/25/2007
60. River Of Love 4/26/2007
61. Life Force 5/9/2007
62. Sand, Tears And Time 5/10/2007
63. Thoughts Of Retirement 5/10/2007
64. Just Me? 5/10/2007
65. High Street Rhythms 5/13/2007
66. Skin Deep 5/13/2007
67. Poor? 5/14/2007
68. Poem Number One-Eight-One 5/14/2007
69. Anyone There? 4/26/2007
70. Shall I Compare Thee? 4/26/2007
71. You Choose! 4/27/2007
72. Paradise Lost 4/27/2007
73. About A Feeling 4/27/2007
74. What's Eating You? 4/30/2007
75. A Road Named Faith 4/19/2007
76. Missing You 5/14/2007
77. Look! 5/15/2007
78. Struck Dumb 6/4/2007
79. 'Snap' 6/4/2007
80. Bird Or Fish? 6/4/2007

Comments about David Taylor

  • Alan Bell (2/14/2018 5:42:00 PM)

    Hi David, I would like to use your poem A Poet's Tree in a 20 page photo book but I'm unsure of copyright issues and don't want to violate any copyright laws. My email is belalan@yahoo.com. Is there any chance of discussing? Thanks Alan

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  • Kevin Robins (5/7/2013 12:53:00 PM)

    Hi David, Many thanks for sharing your excellent material. I was considering using one of your poems at a school function – but I’m unsure of copyright issues and don’t want to infringe any of your rights – my email is ks.robins: virgin.net Is there any chance of discussing this? Regards, Kevin

  • Egi David Perdana (3/22/2008 9:20:00 PM)

    you're amazing writter,

  • Mike Benfield (4/25/2007 3:10:00 AM)

    David, you have shared so many of your words. Each and every one I have read so far seems admirable and true, thankyou. You're an amazing writer, your poems are inspiring.

  • John Stroud (2/6/2007 1:14:00 PM)

    This shows me what a poem can be. TY David

Best Poem of David Taylor

A Life Well Lived

I sat and I watched as a flower gently unfolded
I sat and I watched as it blossomed with gold
reaching out from its centre its beauty was told.

Ever so slowly it stretched out to the sun
basking in light and drinking the rain that came down
from the earth it emerged as it grew and it sprouted
revealing all that its invisible seed had endowed it.

I sat and I watched as it wilted and faded
I sat and I watched as it slowly grew old
returning back to its centre its end was foretold.
Ever so slowly it reached for the earth
with no resistance to falling to ...

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Life In Shadow Land

Our future is a projection of our past
With the promise of an ever present now
To grace proceedings
With spontaneous life and hope
Beyond the present forward reaching shadows
Of our past deeds.

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