Frank Halliwell

Rookie - 10 Points (October 31,1928 / Hamilton Canada)

Frank Halliwell Poems

1. The Gift 9/16/2008
2. Sabre Jet 9/16/2008
3. The Old Station 9/16/2008
4. The Customer 9/16/2008
5. Sheepdog Trials 9/16/2008
6. Yesterday 9/16/2008
7. Special Occasions 9/16/2008
8. The Beaten Track 9/17/2008
9. To A Newborn Child 9/17/2008
10. Vital Signs 9/18/2008
11. Extinction 9/19/2008
12. Morning Departure 9/20/2008
13. The Robbery 9/20/2008
14. Heritage 9/20/2008
15. The Towers 9/20/2008
16. The Hiker 9/20/2008
17. Lunch 9/16/2008
18. The Visitor 9/16/2008
19. The Mechanic 9/16/2008
20. The Deadly Mile 9/16/2008
21. Leviathan 9/16/2008
22. Flight Of Fancy 9/16/2008
23. Millenium 9/16/2008
24. Meter 9/16/2008
25. Spooky 9/21/2008
26. The Game 9/21/2008
27. Calabogie Lake 9/22/2008
28. The Evil Net 9/22/2008
29. Dust 9/24/2008
30. Short-Changed 9/25/2008
31. Courage 9/25/2008
32. Character 9/28/2008
33. Cloning 9/28/2008
34. The Soil Expert 9/28/2008
35. Blossom 9/28/2008
36. Blossom 2 9/28/2008
37. Ambush 9/29/2008
38. Triumph 9/29/2008
39. The Bottle 9/29/2008
40. Apocalypse 10/4/2008

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  • Frank Halliwell Frank Halliwell (8/4/2014 1:03:00 PM)

    none the rain in spain falls mostly down

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Best Poem of Frank Halliwell

The Poet's Toast

Hail, poets! Raise your glasses
For I'd like to make a toast
To thoughts that dissipated
With the sunrise, like a ghost.

Here's to all those moving words
That might have brought renown!
Those words that stirred the poet,
But were never written down.

Exciting words that thrilled you
In the middle of the night,
When there's not a pen or piece
Of paper anywhere in sight!

And you lack the motivation
To quit the comfy bed
To store them some place safe away.
...You close your eyes instead.

Consigned to misty memory ...

Read the full of The Poet's Toast

Wonder

If the world should lose its savour
And I cease to feel a thrill
At the lorikeet's bold beauty
Or the magpie's liquid trill...

And I stand no more in awe to watch
The lightning's blinding light
As the fury of the elements
Illuminate the night...

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