David Taylor

Rookie (3rd January 1956 / LONDON, UK)

David Taylor Poems

121. Getting Away From It All 3/19/2008
122. You, They, Anyone... 3/19/2008
123. Plotted Course 3/15/2008
124. Looking For The Path Home 3/16/2008
125. The Lake 3/26/2008
126. Love's Famine 3/26/2008
127. Not This 3/27/2008
128. When. 3/28/2008
129. The End Of The Line 3/28/2008
130. On Finding What We'Re Looking For 3/29/2008
131. Past-Present-Future? 4/24/2008
132. Ripples In The Mind 5/2/2008
133. Ebb And Flow 5/2/2008
134. What Lies Ahead? 5/7/2008
135. Burma 2008 5/21/2008
136. Flicker Book 5/23/2008
137. Reaching Out 5/26/2008
138. The Artist 6/2/2008
139. In 5/23/2008
140. Re-Activity 6/3/2008
141. Lie Detector 6/6/2008
142. Moving On 6/10/2008
143. Hot Day (Haiku) 6/10/2008
144. It Is Easier For An Elephant To........... 6/11/2008
145. The End Of The Line....... 6/11/2008
146. Evening Primrose In Moon's Shadows 6/13/2008
147. Waiting For A Falling Star 6/5/2008
148. Veils 6/23/2008
149. Student, Teacher 6/23/2008
150. Pervading 6/24/2008
151. Tired 6/25/2008
152. Past Life? 6/26/2008
153. Shout Four! 6/27/2008
154. I R A T E T H E F O R U M 7/4/2008
155. D O I T Y O U R S E L F 7/9/2008
156. Donkeys, Camels And Horses 7/29/2008
157. Ivy 7/29/2008
158. The Search 7/30/2008
159. For Someone's Birthday 8/4/2008
160. For My True Friend 7/24/2008

Comments about David Taylor

  • 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

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  • 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

Love, Love, Love, Love, Love Without A Doubt

How do you write a poem
about Love?
It cannot be caught
and is beyond words’
power of depiction.
It has no place to be,
all places are filled
with Love.
Without Love would
anything have any savour?

Love is what joins
Love is what flows
Love is what counts
Love is what grows
Love is what’s known.

Love is all around
Love is all about
Love is all we ask
Love is all we give
Love is all I have.

Love wants nothing
Love needs nothing
Love misses nothing
Love excludes nothing
Love is what this is all ...

Read the full of Love, Love, Love, Love, Love Without A Doubt

Who Am I?

Downcast and burdened with a thousand cares.
Staring at a complex world of conflict and despair.
Imagining the worst and gripped by fear.

Forgetting who I am,
and what is really there.
Thinking I am this and that,
and becoming tired and scared.

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