Frank Davis, Sr.


Frank Davis, Sr. Poems

1. Conjured To Fit The Controllers' Narrative 4/6/2018
2. Lacking Soul 4/6/2018
3. Unattractive Heap 4/6/2018
4. Accepted Philosophy Determines Both Nature And Direction 5/8/2018
5. Nobility Misplaced 5/6/2018
6. Chaos Not Humanity's Legacy 4/27/2018
7. An Inherent Instability 4/28/2018
8. Regarding Maturity 4/3/2018
9. Don't Forget Your Hat And Gloves 4/3/2018
10. Lightening A Heavy Load 4/9/2018
11. Thine Head Be Plainly Thick 4/13/2018
12. Deafening -new- 5/23/2018
13. Nonexistent Supposition 4/11/2018
14. Fearsome Philosophy 5/2/2018
15. An Involuntary Crossing 5/12/2018
16. The Wanderer 5/7/2018
17. The Mathematical Truth 5/1/2018
18. Sweet Contagion 4/29/2018
19. Cannot Intersect 4/5/2018
20. By The Light Of The Silvery Spaceship 4/6/2018
21. Laboring 4/3/2018
22. Mean Girl Taunt 4/3/2018
23. Hung Out To Dry -new- 5/22/2018
24. A Different Contemplation -new- 5/24/2018
25. My Favorite Poetry 4/30/2018
26. Pain-Inspired Progress 5/12/2018
27. Life -new- 5/15/2018
28. Happy Place 4/13/2018
29. Guiding Force 4/3/2018
30. Big Noses; Small Hearts 5/10/2018
31. A Humbling Familiarity 4/8/2018
32. Frank Review 5/5/2018
33. The Way Of Corruption -new- 5/17/2018
34. To My Few Friends 4/15/2018
35. Answered Prayer 4/11/2018
36. Relationship Mourned 4/10/2018
37. Seems To Me -new- 5/19/2018
38. Aging Towards Innocence (10 Words) 4/7/2018

Comments about Frank Davis, Sr.

  • Rose Marie Juan-austin Rose Marie Juan-austin (4/14/2018 12:42:00 PM)

    Frank Davis, Sr. is a thinker. He weaves his philosophical views and thoughts
    in succinct, direct, brief and beautiful poems. His works come in small packages
    but with great impact loaded with wisdom. His poems are varied and perceptive.
    He is a great poet.

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  • Susan Williams Susan Williams (3/11/2018 7:26:00 PM)

    There are no poems to read here. What is happening? ? ? Is it another PH bug in the system? Please message me, Frank. I want to read your poems if they are still here somewhere.

Best Poem of Frank Davis, Sr.

Aging Towards Innocence (10 Words)

Antique brain
retains fewer furrowed fears;
memories recede
conscience clears.

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Regarding Maturity

When it comes
to growing:
Old
ain't necessarily
up.

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