George Bernard Hough

Rookie - 26 Points (02/12/1936 / Leigh Lancashire)

George Bernard Hough Poems

1. Slowly 9/28/2011
2. Holidays Down South (Of The Uk) 9/28/2011
3. Fate 9/28/2011
4. Oppression 9/29/2011
5. Ode To A Widow 9/29/2011
6. Ode To A Dead Theatre (Morecambe Winter Gardens Uk) 9/29/2011
7. A Soldiers Thoughts Of Home 9/30/2011
8. The Only Sure Thing In Life 9/30/2011
9. Music And The Senses (Sight) 9/30/2011
10. Ode To A Widower 9/29/2011
11. The Place To Be (Morecambe In The Uk) 10/2/2011
12. What Is It All About 11/15/2011
13. In The Beginning? 11/6/2012
14. Your` Real Best Mate 11/26/2012
15. Time 12/30/2012
16. Life Alone 2/13/2013
17. Friends 5/6/2014
18. An Anniversary Wish 6/19/2014
19. A Family Birth 6/19/2014
20. Is Heaven On Earth? 9/30/2016
21. The Chinese Cockling Tragedy In Morecambe Bay 9/28/2011
22. The Message Of Hands In A Celtic Marriage 10/9/2011
23. Someone Took My Life 2/14/2012
24. Neighbours By B Hough 12/14/2013
25. Bereaved Parents 10/4/2011
26. Music And The Senses (Hearing) 9/30/2011
27. In Gratitude Wwii 9/28/2011
28. Everyone Is Getting Older But Me 10/25/2011
29. Man`s Best Friend 12/14/2011
30. Bravery 8/5/2012
31. Global Warming 9/28/2011
32. Make My Day 9/28/2011
33. In Memory 6/19/2014
34. His Last Letter 9/28/2011
35. My Genes 10/1/2011
36. Reflections 10/1/2011

Comments about George Bernard Hough

  • Kaila George Kaila George (9/28/2011 7:38:00 PM)

    Dear Sir,

    I bow to you in acknowleging those that have given us the chance to live and breath a normal life..your poem is wonderful and to the point, sometimes I fear our young ones dont even realize the sacrafice your forfathers made for us to live a normal life....sigh...sad

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Best Poem of George Bernard Hough


I look in my mirror and what do I see?
A young child at play
so happy and gay
looking at me

I look in my mirror and what do I see?
A boy in his youth
seeking the truth
looking at me

I look in my mirror and what do I see?
A teenage rebel having his say
on a knife`s edge, finding his way
looking at me

I look in the mirror and what do I see?
A promising young man
doing the best that he can
looking at me

I look in the mirror and what do I see?
A groom with his bride,
all his family beside
looking at me

I look in ...

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His Last Letter

To the one that I love who will soon be my wife.
I write from a land filled with trouble and strife.
Just marking the days passing by oh so slow
`till I`m there beside you then they will all know,
though we were apart, you were true to my love,
proving that I, am the hand to your glove.
Neil went home last week at the end of his tour,
no more patrols will he have to endure.
He wants me for best man when he marries Gill

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