Denis Martindale

Denis Martindale Poems

81. A Water Melon's Truth 2 5/30/2009
82. A Year Full Of Memories 10/22/2003
83. A Young Lady... 4/24/2017
84. About Poem Is Not Selected. 3/11/2014
85. Above The Twilight Zone... 12/4/2018
86. Across The Falls 7/12/2013
87. Acrostic, Acrostic 11/20/2016
88. Acts 29 9/3/2013
89. Adam And Eve And Jesus 5/3/2009
90. Adam Nuisance... 4/10/2018
91. Adopt A Dolphin! 9/12/2011
92. Adopt A Whale 10/30/2011
93. Adopt Me, Heavenly Father! 2/8/2019
94. Adorable 7/27/2009
95. Adorable Ii 10/16/2010
96. Adorable, Too 7/22/2017
97. Adoration 8/10/2012
98. Advice In The Wilderness 6/8/2011
99. Affection! 7/6/2016
100. African Beauty! 1/2/2014
101. African Cape Buffalo 10/28/2015
102. African Evening 5/18/2009
103. African Giant 7/22/2009
104. African Gold 7/5/2016
105. African King 7/22/2009
106. African Monarch 1/6/2010
107. African Princes 1/4/2014
108. African Queen! 1/2/2014
109. African Radiance 11/7/2010
110. African Sun 7/23/2009
111. African Sunset 8/30/2010
112. After The Saviour Was Scourged... 5/21/2019
113. Afternoon Dip 10/16/2010
114. Again And Again And Again... 3/11/2016
115. Aim Higher 10/23/2003
116. Aiming For A Better World... 10/22/2003
117. Ain'T Life Tedious? 5/5/2010
118. All Good Things Come To An End... 1/10/2004
119. All My Own Work... 8/5/2017
120. All The Time In The World 10/23/2011

Comments about Denis Martindale

  • Rajnish Manga Rajnish Manga (4/28/2020 12:27:00 PM)

    The Penniless Poet by Denis Martindale is quite an interesting poem.
    It throws light on the poet's methodology towards creating his poetry.

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  • Rajnish Manga Rajnish Manga (2/22/2020 10:01:00 PM)

    Inspired by my verse…
    No point in doing worse…//.... (Write A Poem About Yourself!) Lovely poem with a captivating poetic expression.
    Do you find it embarrassing to receive appreciative comments or rather critical feedback? Anyway, I respect your choice.

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  • Donna Hoyt. (12/4/2019 6:33:00 PM)

    The revelation of the Rapture is the poem I wish to recite on my yahoo page. My channel is blessedbuhim00gmail.
    Thank you
    Donna Hoyt

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  • Donna Hoyt, (12/3/2019 4:37:00 PM)

    May I read you poem on my YouTube channel. Absolutely love the Rapture one. I will give full credit to you Dennis.

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  • Lorraine Margueritte Gasrel Black (4/14/2019 10:34:00 AM)

    Beautiful inspirational poetry..Love your poems.

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  • Oluwatosin Thomas Oluwatosin Thomas (3/4/2019 4:21:00 AM)

    I can't but keep saying thanks to for sharing this, honestly this is didactic enough to change a life for better. I love your power of imagery and your adopted style, your diction is awesome and easy to comprehend.

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  • Rajnish Manga Rajnish Manga (1/2/2019 10:07:00 PM)

    The seasons come, the seasons go... hold fast to all that's good...
    to bless us as it should...... as this New Year begins...
    Let's count God's blessings that amaze... as each lost soul Christ wins! (Nice poem. Thanks, Dear Friend)

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  • Dynamic MP @ 420 (12/20/2018 10:21:00 AM)

    good thoughts

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  • Eileen Marston (12/17/2018 3:39:00 PM)

    Dear Dennis,
    Thank you so much for sending your poem for me to read (through the Rev TV office) it is such a great poem with a wonderful message. I often hear your poems read out when I am watching RevTV, you have an amazing gift from the Lord which you are using to bless others with - awesome!

    God bless you with your ministry, Dennis, and thank you once again for sharing!


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Best Poem of Denis Martindale

* The Prestige Of The Poppy

Behold my form, my humble guise, my fragile fashioned grace.
Look deep within the giver’s eyes, some noble hopes to trace.
November’s here and folks look back to what heroes have bought.
They stood as one as things looked black, courageous as they fought.
Not all survived the grief-filled times. Not all returned scot-free.
Not all were able to pen rhymes of utmost misery.
I’m just a poppy, nothing more. I spilt no dropp of blood.
I didn’t wince with pain through war... nor turn the foul flood.
I didn’t march across the fields, nor swim against the tide
And yet I’m ...

Read the full of * The Prestige Of The Poppy

The Perfect Poem!

I wrote it last night while sleeping,
The dream unfolding all!
I penned the poem while weeping,
Repenting like Saint Paul!
Yes, so moved was I while writing
God sent an angel down...
I saw two armies while fighting
To gain some worldly crown!

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