keith brown

Rookie - 4 Points [kb] (24/8/1945 / london UK)

keith brown Poems

1. Well Read 6/11/2013
2. Character 6/12/2013
3. Bad Love 6/12/2013
4. Dad 6/12/2013
5. Sorry 6/12/2013
6. I Saw A Man Drowning 6/12/2013
7. The Attic 6/12/2013
8. Its Not Just You 6/13/2013
9. Dream 6/14/2013
10. Ed'Pooll 6/15/2013
11. Amalgamation 6/15/2013
12. The Widow 6/15/2013
13. Women 6/15/2013
14. Iracema 6/14/2013
15. Goodbye 6/17/2013
16. Growing 6/17/2013
17. Destiny 6/17/2013
18. In Defence Of Rats And Other Things 6/12/2013
19. Forgotten 6/12/2013
20. Safty First 6/12/2013
21. Love Is Blind 6/12/2013
22. Eye Witness 6/12/2013
23. Planet Earth 6/12/2013
24. The Numbers Game 6/12/2013
25. Broken Promises 6/17/2013
26. Through The Hour Glass 6/18/2013
27. I Tried To Tell You 6/17/2013
28. The Word Is Love 6/17/2013
29. Hard 6/17/2013
30. Confused 6/18/2013
31. Postcard 6/22/2013
32. Midnight Swim 6/12/2013
33. The Crack In The Mirror 10/10/2013
34. Imagine 6/12/2013
35. Black Dog 7/7/2013
36. Bird Dog 6/17/2013
37. Prisoner Of Heaven 6/12/2013
38. The Postmans Lament (Progress) 6/12/2013
39. Anzac Day 6/12/2013
40. Casurina 6/12/2013
Best Poem of keith brown

The Submariner

Beneath a rugose ocean, the submariner
Ply’s his trade
Seeking in sensuous darkness
The rampant serpent He gave
No
thought to his victim
Guilt
On an innocents soul
Searching, ensurient
In percale waves
The perennial life force
His goal
Salient, yet still unwilling
Caressing the serpent head
Percussive force repeating
Till the serpent lay languid
Dead
In ether the submariner rested
Complacent, safe, satisfied
Compassion not of his making
Deaf
To his victims resonate cry.

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Dad

I talk to my Father, the way that he did, tell tales of gentler days
With women in kitchens or sat simply stitching, through red autumn
Or bright summer haze
In winter, snug by the fire, the children seen but not heard
All toys put away, with their chores for the day.
Obey at the first spoken word.

He talked of a world quite idyllic, whilst I continued to pry
He spoke of great wars that killed thousands

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