Kevin Campbell

Rookie (06 Dec 1960 / Hamilton Scotland)

Kevin Campbell Poems

41. A Girl At A Bus Stop 1/14/2007
42. The Pretentious Poet 1/14/2007
43. Thoughts In The Evening 1/13/2007
44. I Woke To An Ugly Woman 2/2/2007
45. Rubenesque 2/3/2007
46. A Barbers Shop Nightmare 2/10/2007
47. My Mam 8/24/2007
48. Our Mams C.V. To God 9/4/2007
49. Army Life 2/24/2009
50. A Fathers Words Of Wisdom 2/27/2009
51. Zoid (You Know) 12/20/2006
52. Fae The Past 3/27/2007
53. A Cup Of Tea 2/27/2014
54. To The Gas Man 2/9/2009
55. A Relationship Defined In 5 Lines 1/4/2007
56. The Adverts 12/19/2006
57. The Beggars Lament 12/18/2006
58. I Wish I Had My Time Again 1/2/2007
59. No Soldier Of Fortune 1/8/2007
60. An Ode To Those Being Cheated 1/13/2007
61. School Stinks 12/19/2009
62. A Poem By My Son Kai For His Sister Misty 4/4/2007
63. They Will Cry 1/13/2007
64. A Poets Poem 12/19/2006
65. A Poets Prayer 12/19/2006
66. A Cold Winter Night 12/15/2006
67. Teddy (A Poem For My Daughter) 12/15/2006
68. Stolen Lines 12/15/2006
69. A To Z Of My Poem Titles(Ok I Was Drunk At The Time) 12/30/2006
70. To Anna Russel (A Reply To A Vegitarian On Burns Night 287) 1/26/2007
71. An Intimate Moment 1/3/2007
72. When Angels Cry 12/15/2006
73. My Hopes 12/19/2006

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Best Poem of Kevin Campbell

My Hopes

Theres so many things in this life
That we can not explain
I hope that on the other side
We will meet again

I hope that by this time
We will understand
I hope that our souls
Will be joined in heart and hand

I hope that god tests our love
When we are on this plain
And that he has the wisdom
To join us once again

I hope that we can open up
And give this love a chance
So we can be together
In heart, in soul and hand

Read the full of My Hopes

Stolen Lines

And I may call you a thing devine
Wrote Shakespear in a Tempest line
My love is like a red red rose
Wrote Burns in ancient Scottish prose

These words though old stand the test of time
Though compaired to you there a childish rhyme
For your beauty and fairness no words can describe
From the greatest of plays to the sweetest of rhymes

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