PAUL COLVIN

Rookie - 46 Points (31/01/1954 / GLASGOW)

Biography of PAUL COLVIN

I was born in sunny Glasgow but left in 1980 to work in London and still here. My poems are very varied, from love to childhood reminisces to football to sorrow, illness and death with some children's poems thrown in. And a few Glasgow/Scottish themes as well.

I would like to suggest a few poems:

A Soldier's Last Thoughts - About death in war.
Dignity and Pride - About dementia.
Flower of My Fathers - Scotland's national emblem.
Lilac Time - For the ladies.
My ladybird - A warming rhyme.
One Night As She Lay Sleeping. A sad love poem
Wildness - A poem about the Cairngorms with a twist.
Henrik Larsson - Football Legend.

I hope you enjoy them. I try to answer all questions and thank you to those who have posted comments. Paul.

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Lasting Peace.

My heart is heavy, my legs have gone
My body’s served me well,
No longer can I walk this land
The place I love and dwell
So take me all, carry me
And give me such a view
For in my mind, I’ll always have,
Lasting thoughts of you.

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