David Wood

Gold Star - 12,176 Points (07 April 1950 / London)

David Wood Poems

281. Poppies 6/16/2013
282. Should I Die Tomorrow 8/24/2015
283. Rain 8/21/2015
284. Elegy For A Drowned Child 9/4/2015
285. The Awakening 9/17/2015
286. She Was Beauty Rare - Roundel 9/18/2015
287. Silence Of Love 10/19/2015
288. The Library - Rhyme 10/23/2015
289. Facing Winter 11/25/2015
290. Quiet Evenings 11/29/2015
291. Time, Endless Time: 1/12/2016
292. A Christmas Dream 12/13/2015
293. A Rainy Woodland Morning 10/16/2015
294. Life In The Pub 3/30/2013
295. Golden Leaves 3/25/2013
296. Let Justice Prevail 7/19/2013
297. Stillness 7/13/2013
298. Sonnet 41: Now Looking After My Loves Daily Needs 7/9/2013
299. Sonnet 40: Oh, Cruel Heart, How Canst Thou Say I Don’t Love Thee? 7/7/2013
300. Sonnet 36: Sweet Love, We Did Renew Our Marriage Vows 7/3/2013
301. Sonnet 34: I Am As Content As A Summer Breeze 7/2/2013
302. Spinster 6/20/2013
303. Haiku 16 7/1/2013
304. Velvet Lines 8/3/2013
305. Haiku 2 6/12/2013
306. Sonnet 23: Who Is To Persuade Me That I Am Old? 6/5/2013
307. Sonnet 11: My Love Is Infected With Wild Desire 5/23/2013
308. Sonnet 22: Homes Are Made By The Wisdom Of Women 6/3/2013
309. Sonnet 16: How Can Anybody Say I Don’t Love Thee? 5/26/2013
310. This Earth's Tiny Plot 4/8/2013
311. Innocence – Terza Rima 9/19/2015
312. If….. 8/25/2015
313. Daffodil 3/25/2013
314. Someone Else 5/8/2013
315. Sonnet 20: Thine Eyes Look Upon Me With Such Disdain 5/29/2013
316. Colours Of The Day 8/1/2013
317. Eternity 8/8/2013
318. Haiku 1 6/12/2013
319. Medusa 6/19/2013
320. Haiku 10 6/24/2013
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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The Gower

Mottled green, grey, yellow and brown
Dot the rugged landscape down.

Houses, farms and hamlets abound.
Blackbirds, thrushes and ravens sound.

Sheep in pastures green surround
Heathland, scrub and meadow land.

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