GORDON BUTCHERS

Rookie - 14 Points (Hastings E.Sussex)

GORDON BUTCHERS Poems

1. A Tale Of Winter 12/17/2011
2. Christmas Ain'T What It Used To Be 12/17/2011
3. The Rainbows End 12/17/2011
4. Photographs 12/19/2011
5. Tiger 12/20/2011
6. The Man Who Cried Wolf 12/20/2011
7. Greenland 12/20/2011
8. Music And Songs 12/20/2011
9. Dreams 12/20/2011
10. Burnt All My Bridges 12/20/2011
11. Global Warming? 12/20/2011
12. The Trout (A Poachers Tale) 12/30/2011
13. The Romantic 12/30/2011
14. A Change For The Worse 1/4/2012
15. Life 1/4/2012
16. They Came From Another World 1/4/2012
17. Time 1/5/2012
18. A Tale Of Summer 1/5/2012
19. The Beach On A Winters Day 1/6/2012
20. The Old Hastings Pier 1/21/2012
21. When Love Eludes 4/10/2012
22. The Puzzle Of Life And Love 4/10/2012
23. On The Losing Side Of Love 4/13/2012
24. Is This Love? 4/13/2012
25. Just A Cliche 4/14/2012
26. Merry Christmas 12/22/2012
27. An Oil Spillage 12/19/2011
28. Why (To Lose Someone) 1/6/2012
29. The Stray Cat 1/6/2012
30. The Seasons 12/20/2011
31. Midlife Crisis? 12/20/2011
32. Rocks On The Sand 12/20/2011
33. The Fox (Vixen) 12/20/2011
34. A Tale Of Springtime 1/4/2012
35. Is The Grass Greener On The Other Side? 12/17/2011
36. Beautiful World 12/20/2011
37. A Tale Of Autumn 1/5/2012
38. The Ravens Of Ecclesbourne 1/17/2012
39. Moving On 4/13/2012
40. Dolphins 1/20/2012

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Best Poem of GORDON BUTCHERS

Love

Love is out there
Love is for real,
Love is a cure for hate
And any anger we feel.

Don't believe that true love is a myth
If it has never come your way,
If love is what your heart desires
It will surely come to you one day.

Just to hold someone close
And know that they care,
Knowing that their love is true and lasting
And that it will be with you everywhere.

Love is the light
That lights our darkest days,
Love will last forever
And be there always.

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A Tale Of Winter

From winter skies snowflakes fall
Turning everything so bright,
The fields the hills and all around
All carpeted in white.

Everything shrouded in winter whiteness
For as far as the eye can see.
Apart from robin redbreast
In the branches of an old yew tree.

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