Peter Hall

Rookie - 351 Points [Peter Hall] (Sydney, Australia.)

Peter Hall Poems

81. The Drone Of The Bagpipes 6/29/2014
82. The Eagle 1/1/2013
83. The Eyes 1/14/2013
84. The Eyes Begin To Change 10/12/2013
85. The Force Of Nature 8/28/2014
86. The Frozen Pond 9/18/2014
87. The Glasgow Clearances 8/22/2013
88. The Heavenly Gift 1/2/2013
89. The Humanist Funeral 6/8/2013
90. The Journey From Compulsion 9/5/2013
91. The Kite 1/1/2013
92. The Leaven From Heaven 11/30/2013
93. The Leaving Of A Loved One 1/5/2013
94. The Life 9/18/2014
95. The Marrow Of The Soul 6/29/2014
96. The Mask 1/6/2013
97. The Offensive Domain 9/18/2014
98. The Outcast Weeps 6/29/2014
99. The Pain 1/2/2013
100. The Prisoner And The Chaplain 1/2/2013
101. The Real Wasteland 8/21/2014
102. The Road Home From Glasgow Airport 8/21/2014
103. The Ship Of Western Culture 9/25/2014
104. The Spiritual Hitch-Hiker 9/18/2014
105. The Veil 8/21/2014
106. The Wisest Leader 12/13/2014
107. There Is Much To Celebrate 8/31/2013
108. Time's Eye 8/15/2013
109. Trying Too Hard 10/28/2015
110. Walk Across The Forth Bridge 12/13/2014
111. Where The Grass Is Greener 8/21/2014
112. Winter Of Content 12/13/2014
113. Wisdom Has Its Way 1/1/2013
114. Working Class Mind 10/28/2015
Best Poem of Peter Hall

Learning From Mistakes

I have finally come to the place
Where things can come off the shelf
So I can try to learn from mistakes
And not be so hard on myself.

I no longer need to be opaque
It's time for me to see
That my failures and past mistakes
Do not label me.

No longer trusting what used to assure
Sorting out things that will last
Mistakes filter out what really endures
Permitting to learn from the past.

I know life has its ups and downs
I can't help things don't go to plan
But mistakes no longer bring 'that frown'
Now that I know who I am.

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Black Dog

The black dog has started barking
Old memories have started tracking
Emotions that again start descending.

What woke the black dog out of sleep?
That makes this pain run so deep?
My sandy eyes begin to weep.

When the black dog comes, here's the task

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