Paul Fowler Poems
- New York I walk these busy streets and awestruck am I, As I...
- Peaceful Place Let me stay in this peaceful place, Where ...
- On The Allotment Outside under a clear blue sky, Don't ...
- Along The Beach On a bright summer's day there's no better ...
- The Poet How green is a leaf, how white is a cloud, Not ...
- In Poetry Just a few words in, And I'm floating away, ...
- Seasons As I stroll through this park I see a wonderful ...
Lives in Gosport, UK; with my wife Della and our four grown up children.
I've been writing poetry for a while now, still learning as I go along; and find it most relaxing. I haven't got a favourite poet or style as yet, enjoying exploring; but one I read regularly is Leisure by William Henry Davies more »
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I walk these busy streets and awestruck am I,
As I look up and up, at buildings that scrape the sky,
A city so alive it'll surely entice,
A city so good, they had to name it twice.
Iconic landmarks appear everywhere,
Rebuilding Ground Zero, a moving place there,
Taking a ferry to Staten is surely a fave,
And on the way back, give Liberty a wave.
Aromas of vendor's wares on the avenue,
Everywhere you look, an experience anew,
And when the bustle of the city begs for release,
Stroll through Central Park for a little bit of peace.
To get ...