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Have You Known Nostalgia
Have you known nostalgia have you been moved to tears
As you thought of your friends in your life's long gone years?
And only memories of them with you do remain
For in the flesh you may not see them again.
A September Night In The Countryside
Out there in the quiet countryside in the still of the night
The unmistakeable cry of a hunting fox in the moonlight
And perhaps at the threat of a predator to their ground nest nearby
The wary spur wing plovers are calling as they fly
I Pen Rhymes
I pen rhymes in life that's my hobby
But as a rhymer I do lack in class
And the test of the average rhymer
I feel that I would not even pass
The Very Wise Only A Few
The boys of the fifties and sixties are the ageing grandparents of today
But it does not mean a fellow is wiser though the years have left his hair looking gray
Yes some as they age do not grow wiser one must wonder why this must be?
On the way that the human mind works psychologists cannot agree
In The Human World No Such A Thing As Equality
The lives of the wealthy and famous we read of and hear of every day
Though many of them are not admirable people ordinary in an ordinary way
'Tis true money speaks every language with money one can even buy fame
You won't read of or hear of poor people even few wish to know a pauper by name
A Cool October Morning
On this gray October morning in the prime of the Spring
The birds on the bushes and trees chirp and sing
It has rained overnight and more rain on the way
Going by the weather forecast later on in the day
Who Gave You The Right
You think you know me thought has proved you wrong
To any grouping I do not belong
We look at life in quite a different way
Does that not seem a fair thing of me for to say?
The Great Gift Of Love Is A Marvellous Thing
It's praises we ought to feel happy to sing
The great gift of love is a marvellous thing
Those who can love unconditionally are blessed indeed
One might say of them that they are a rare breed
'Tis True That Poets Are Quite A Rare Breed
'Tis true that poets are quite a rare breed and few that pen verse are worthy of note
Though many say they do write poetry and refer to themselves as poet
You won't find many like Robert Burns or James Clarence Mangan or John Clare
They may have lived and died poorer than many do but their type of writers are rare
Life On No Hope Street
He is in a cocoon of sadness and stress
The poor bloke who lives at the No Hope Address
In the poor side of Town where job starts are rare
And where many are jobless and must live off of welfare

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