Dennis Lambert


Dennis Lambert Poems

1. Gypsy Violin 1/11/2005
2. Ode To Joy: A Listening Friend 1/11/2005
3. The Flower Of Love 1/11/2005
4. Prince Of The City 1/8/2005
5. My Love Letter 1/8/2005
6. Scottish Melody 1/8/2005
7. Cannibals Caught Me (Tanka) 4/8/2005
8. In The Moonlight 1/8/2005
9. Third World Girl 1/8/2005
10. Already You Are Within 1/8/2005
11. Outside The Window 4/14/2005
12. You Know Him. He Gives Every Poem A 'One' (Limmerick) 4/8/2005
13. The Man By The Sea 1/8/2005
14. Door Demon 1/11/2005
15. A Man's Complaint: I Wish I Didn'T Love You So 1/11/2005
16. Adrift 1/8/2005
17. In The Kitchen: A Saucy Tale 1/11/2005
18. Portrait Of Father Vichenchos 1/8/2005
19. Following The Stream 1/11/2005
20. Through The Mist 1/11/2005
21. Fallen 1/11/2005
22. Firefly 1/11/2005
23. Lady Lost 1/11/2005
24. My Son 1/11/2005
25. Morning Light 1/11/2005
26. There Was A Young Man From Tangiers (Limerick) 4/8/2005
27. The Sea 1/11/2005
28. My Airship 1/8/2005
29. Five Miles Into These Woods 1/11/2005
30. Tears 1/11/2005
31. Poetry Sets Me Naked 1/8/2005
32. This Morning 1/11/2005
33. My Ninja Soul 1/11/2005
34. Out Of Work 1/7/2005
35. Dancing With The Muse 1/8/2005
36. Your Goodbye 4/8/2005
37. Sea Love 1/8/2005
38. Mountain Climber 1/8/2005
39. Forever Let Me Love You 1/11/2005
40. The Lowering 1/8/2005

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Best Poem of Dennis Lambert

Windmill

Even the whisper of a wind
Will woo these wind-catchers
To creak and groan, round and round,
Moaning above tulips, red and yellow.

And when one great dipping arm catches me
I soar screaming into baby-blue sky,
With wide and wild eyes
Stirring color to a blur.

“Hang on, hang on, hang on, ”
My laughing heart sings,
“Like love it lifts you
And brings you round,

And like a poem,
Dancing you
High above familiar ground,
It never wants to put you down.

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Gypsy Violin

a gypsy
violin,
bereft of
case or bow,
falls
from attic
wall
to stir
dust
and
let go
an accidental

chord,

as
men
and women
hurry
on rain-
soaked streets
below.

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