David Wood

Gold Star - 12,215 Points (07 April 1950 / London)

David Wood Poems

361. Enigma 8/14/2013
362. Sonnet 82: On Youth 8/21/2013
363. The Rising Of The Lark 6/16/2013
364. Sonnet 63: Dragonfly 7/14/2013
365. Sonnet 76: Excalibur 8/12/2013
366. Forever 8/13/2013
367. Pain 7/31/2013
368. Sonnet 80: The Look Of Love 8/18/2013
369. Sonnet 42: Two Weeks Your Mother Has Now Been With Us 7/9/2013
370. Closure 6/19/2013
371. Expectations 6/27/2013
372. Sonnet 28 My Sweet Love Does Keep An Orderly House 6/8/2013
373. Waiting For God 5/19/2013
374. Sonnet 69: Northern Lights 7/29/2013
375. Haiku 11 6/24/2013
376. Sonnet 13: My Love’s Complexion Is Like A Red Rose 5/24/2013
377. Waiting 5/12/2013
378. Haiku 15 6/25/2013
379. The Turning Of The Page 6/18/2013
380. June 6/14/2013
381. Decay 3/25/2013
382. Flavours Of The Day 7/6/2013
383. Sonnet 52: The Fruit Pickers 6/22/2013
384. Bed Time 5/3/2013
385. Home From The Sea 12/10/2013
386. Clouds 3/26/2013
387. Hear Me My Love 11/1/2015
388. Sonnet 51: The Hedgehog And Caterpillar 6/22/2013
389. Sonnet 12: Nature’s Beauty Does Not Give But Only Lends 5/24/2013
390. Haiku 12 6/24/2013
391. Sonnet 81: On Nature 8/19/2013
392. Sunflowers 5/31/2013
393. Of Poetry 8/9/2013
394. Arctic Sunrise 10/14/2013
395. Sonnet 30: My Love Is Not Disdained By Thy Sharp Tongue 6/11/2013
396. Death's Kiss 5/6/2013
397. Sonnet 74: Time 8/10/2013
398. The Path Undecided 6/27/2013
399. Sonnet 73: On Pollution 8/7/2013
400. A Fond Farewell 8/8/2013
Best Poem of David Wood

Bluebells

Bluebells carpet the woodland floor
Packed so tightly that insects tip-toe
Softly and quietly between them.
Their beauty unlocks a woodland door

With such colour of delicate blue,
And a fragrance that is heaven sent.
They droop their heads in the spring rain,
With their beauty making all things new.

Their magic weaves a pleasant spell
A sea of blue that meanders in the breeze
And floats delicately over the forest floor,
Their fragrance creates a delicate smell.

Nature now has all its beauty brought
To the fore before summer casts its ...

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Stargazing

The night sky doesn't change, just look up on a clear night
And you will see the same constellations drifting
Through time and space, unlike life here on Earth.

Life. Turbulent, troubled, tedious after adolescence,
Only to improve towards the end with a burst of radiance
Like a brilliant new supernova in a far-flung galaxy.

I remember, several decades ago, long school holiday's

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