Don Stratford


Don Stratford Poems

1. Brothers In Arms 9/5/2005
2. Missing 9/30/2005
3. A Spanners Life 10/3/2005
4. The Feral Ute 9/3/2005
5. Reflections Of Love 3/31/2006
6. How To Fool Your Mum 11/29/2006
7. Dunny Budgie Heaven 9/18/2005
8. Mossies 9/18/2005
9. My Shed Nightmare (Part One) 10/19/2006
10. A Long Way Back 4/10/2007
11. Loss 9/30/2005
12. Garden Fork Boogie 11/8/2006
13. Pay Back 7/19/2006
14. Great Australian Wave 9/13/2005
15. Moira's Song 9/3/2005
16. My Shed Nightmare (Part Two) 10/19/2006
17. Where Two Hearts Meet 11/3/2006
18. Life Time Committment 7/11/2006
19. Dare To Be True 9/16/2005
20. The Old Man And His Horse And Gig 10/3/2005
21. Judgement Day 7/16/2006
22. Flower Of Life 7/5/2006
23. Bush Mechanic Ingenuity 9/3/2005
24. The Shed 3/6/2009
25. Be A Man 9/13/2005
26. Poets Never Sleep 10/4/2005
27. Love Me Or Leave Me 9/30/2005

Comments about Don Stratford

  • Colleen Wright (7/6/2006 7:08:00 PM)

    Don - Your 'special' beautiful poem almost made me cry - sooooooooooooooo beautiful!
    And to think that you thought of me at this [present] time..........
    Your poems are wonderful - most enjoyable, if through tears or laughter....
    Do get back to the 'indelible' ink Don, get yourself out and about to wander Australia and create some more Australian masterpieces.

    Keep smilin' sweet man.
    You know who - from you know where.

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Best Poem of Don Stratford

Love Me Or Leave Me

How can you say you love me?
How can you say you care?
When you never, never show me
That you are prepared to share

How can you talk of sorry?
How can you talk of pain?
It’s time you looked at what you do
There’s much for you to gain

What is it you expect of life?
Is it just your selfish ways
Or do you think that you know all
And wish to keep me in a haze

It’s time for things to alter
You need to change your hard, fast life
If we’re to have a future
You need to listen to your wife



Don Stratford © 1/10/2005

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Brothers In Arms

They crossed the high country
The flats and the plains
In cars, trucks and buses
And even in trains
Together they travelled
Across this great land
The width and the breadth
Always hand in hand

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