GREENWOLFE 1962

Rookie (MARCH 23, 1951)

GREENWOLFE 1962 Poems

81. Who'Ll Be There? 1/1/2008
82. Living Truth 2/12/2008
83. Lamented Life 5/13/2008
84. The One I Never Knew 1/1/2008
85. The Lord Of All Illusions 2/12/2008
86. The Girl With Sparkling Eyes 6/4/2008
87. I Mark The Road Before You 3/6/2008
88. My Old Friend 1/8/2008
89. Somewhere 1/3/2008
90. Pain 1/22/2008
91. A Laptop Universe 1/22/2008
92. Darling Of The Woodland 6/30/2008
93. Ashes 3/6/2008
94. When I Stood By The Sea (A Tribute To Poe And Annabel Lee) 1/4/2008
95. Circle Of Angels 3/6/2008
96. Acceptance Of Fate 2/12/2008
97. Lara (Inspired By Dr. Zhivago) 1/1/2008
98. A Friend (The Valentine's Day Poem) 2/14/2008
99. A Thing Called Hope 2/12/2008
100. I'Ll Die Loving You 2/12/2008

Comments about GREENWOLFE 1962

  • Lawrence S. Pertillar (4/19/2008 7:21:00 PM)

    ('Yes...and I thank you for untieing them')
    My wrists are a bit weakened from a recent 'twisting'...and,
    just loosened from a 'tieing'.

    I like to thank Mr. Greenwolfe 1962, for giving me the opportunity
    to express my gratitude to say that his 'giftedness' and 'insights'
    Are of those of very few poets/writers. His depth and consciousness
    AND attuned awareness is that to be admired! He has such a delightful
    mind that explores the human condition with an empathy that is envied
    in it's clarity with a comprehension his 'fans' will agree, is motivational
    And inspiring. This is, indeed, my honor to make these comments.

    'No don't worry about it! It's okay. I don't have change for a twenty! '

    LOL

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  • Shane Clawson Shane Clawson (4/18/2008 5:45:00 PM)

    Within a short time I've learned about this poet of Greenwolf. You may have no clue of my existence but my poetry will see to stay within your memory. So thanx for the comments and let me know if there's any poem tips I should know about.

    Shane

  • Brian Mills (4/18/2008 2:27:00 PM)

    thank you for your consideration of wanting me to write about you....i to friend have not forgotten you and your remarkable writes! i have deleted over 100 of my personal poems on this site do to people stealing my poems. but yours sir are still some of the best on here! i deeply enjoy how you express yourself and write so beautifully! keep up the great work and by all means keep in touch!

    Your Friend,
    Brian~

  • Sandra Fowler (4/14/2008 8:42:00 PM)

    I appreciate the fine, lyric poetry of Greenwolfe. He often sees beauty from his own personal window on the world.

    Warm regards,

    Sandra Fowler

  • Sarah Abdullah Sarah Abdullah (4/13/2008 10:41:00 AM)

    When ever i open a poem for GW Im 100% sure i will enjoy it
    and when ever i read more of his poetry i learn more about Words..Rhymes and Poetry in it's most Wonderful shape....
    and im Mostly honored to Read for Such a Great Poet ^_^

  • Ernestine Northover Ernestine Northover (4/13/2008 2:28:00 AM)

    Here is a poet with works to enjoy. They bring pleasure in the reading with a touch sometimes of sadness, sometimes of humour, but inevitably poems that are written from the heart. A treasure chest of poetry to feast on. Just look at the menu.

  • Abha Sharma (4/12/2008 11:19:00 PM)

    Poetry has befriended Mr. Greenwolfe’s pen resulting consciousness in the script configuration…
    His writings are the upshot of appraisal of the traditional poets.
    He values every word in a special poetic style.
    The sincerity smiles in every line and they seem to be like ‘Speaking Pictures’.
    Both as a poet and a reader he is true to his ends.
    May he continue to shower his talent and knowledge to the upcoming poets and readers and enrich this world with his gift of poetry.

  • Bridgid Patrick (4/8/2008 9:51:00 AM)

    A wonderful writer, possesed of tremendous talent, style and insight, his poetry oozes invention and beauty and his work is never dull. I hold him in the highest regard. A master poet.xx

  • Alison Cassidy (4/6/2008 4:21:00 AM)

    Wolfey has an impeccable ear for poetry. His poems are invariably traditional in form (I happen to know he hates 'free verse) and his poetic structure is always immaculate. His subjects (I've not read everything yet) are philosophical, personal, and occasionally comic and his poems always leave the reader a sense of comfortable cadence. Some might (unkindly) argue that he tends toward a 'Hallmark Greeting card' style, but Wolfey, interestingly might be quite flattered by such a comparision. A man who knows his mind and declares it with honesty and diplomacy, I applaud his place in the PoemHunter collection. love, Allie ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

  • Mary Gordley (4/5/2008 11:56:00 PM)

    This is a poet who adores rhyme. I admire his passion and devotion to the art of poetry. Take a moment and enjoy some well crafted work.

Best Poem of GREENWOLFE 1962

I'Ll Die Loving You

When I wake in early morn,
Each time the day is new.
I thank the Lord that you were born,
As I'll die loving you.

As I sit alone and pray
And cling to love so true,
I'll hope to see you once today
As I'll die loving you.

When I see the stars at night,
I wonder if you do.
And hope they have us both in sight
As I'll die loving you.

When I take my final rest,
This day, if life is through;
I'll thank the Lord I lived so blessed
That I died loving you.

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My Old Friend

My Old Friend

Well old friend, it's come to this,
As I thought it might someday.
Life is short and often sad
When things turn out this way.

I used to dread this coming day
When I was just a boy.

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