David Taylor

Rookie (3rd January 1956 / LONDON, UK)

David Taylor Poems

561. Buses 8/14/2007
562. Truth? 10/1/2007
563. A Kiss 5/18/2007
564. A Confusion Of Mixed Feelings 6/20/2007
565. *star* 5/30/2009
566. Abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz 7/24/2008
567. A Walk In The Park 2/13/2007
568. Reflections 3/21/2008
569. *reflections 4/18/2009
570. A Cold Night 6/18/2007
571. That One Far Shining Light Of Lights 2/20/2007
572. Discrimination 10/8/2007
573. Beauty, Beautious, Beautiful 4/19/2007
574. A Little Love Poem... 3/25/2008
575. Oceans' Teardrops 12/7/2009
576. A Life Well Lived 11/19/2008
577. Light Is 11/13/2007
578. Love, Love, Love, Love, Love Without A Doubt 5/23/2007
579. Blue Sky? 4/20/2007
580. Memories Of The Beach 5/21/2008
581. Because You'Re Beautiful 4/1/2007
582. 'Discrimination' 12/11/2007

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


Racism a nasty word
that conjures thoughts
of oppressive deeds
made by man because
of creed.
Discrimination another one
that binds our minds
and sharpens tongues
because of some elitist thought
that's unjust and plainly wrong.
Fighting wars because of God?
Trampling on the underdog.
But we have legislation
to banish discrimination.
'Equal opportunity'
is the current phrase; our incantation.

The rules and laws
are needed where
some of us would dare
to think in ways that denigrate
others on this Earth; our place.
Racism? There ...

Read the full of 'Discrimination'

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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