Phil Smith

Rookie - 47 Points (2nd July 1954 / Donald Victoria Australia)

Phil Smith Poems

1. Chilling Night 6/20/2007
2. Life Goes On 6/20/2007
3. Middle East 6/20/2007
4. Smoking Cigars And Dining Out 6/21/2007
5. I Met St Peter And Came Back 6/21/2007
6. We Need More Rain 6/22/2007
7. The Drought 6/22/2007
8. Seduction Of An Angel 6/22/2007
9. Romantic Evening 6/22/2007
10. Poverty 6/23/2007
11. Nature Is Grand 6/23/2007
12. Colouring Australia 6/23/2007
13. Native Slaughter 6/24/2007
14. This Life 6/24/2007
15. She Left 6/24/2007
16. Uncle Merv 7/11/2007
17. War Widow 7/27/2007
18. God Our Father 8/19/2007
19. Sunday On The Boat 8/19/2007
20. But I Caught Nine 8/19/2007
21. Orchestrated Workplace 8/24/2007
22. The Cruel Flood 8/24/2007
23. Sporting Australia 9/5/2007
24. God Doesn'T Listen 6/16/2007
25. Computer Poker Champion 9/6/2007
26. Iraqi American Sadness 10/1/2007
27. Advance Australia Dry 6/23/2007
28. Australia, I Always Wanted To Go There 6/23/2007
29. Working The Streets 6/30/2007
30. Ptsd 7/29/2015
31. They Live In Outer Space 7/29/2015
32. Being Aussie 6/17/2007
33. The Haunted House 6/30/2007
34. I'M On A Diet 6/16/2007
35. Again And Again 6/17/2007
36. My Bmx Experience 9/5/2007
37. Baby Boomers 12/5/2007
Best Poem of Phil Smith

Baby Boomers

They are the Baby Boomers
Born to reunited families
Split by the war
A baby boom
Felt around the World
They were to change humanity

1955 started a revolution
Their parent's music was boring
New music was jumping
They turned up the volume
Hips started to gyrate
Rock 'n' Roll was Satan's music

Slick hair swivelling hips
A southern boy from Tennessee
Was every father's nightmare
He was everywhere
Records TV and movies
Elvis Presley was king

Baby boomers and their music
Changed the world forever
Children of the ...

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Again And Again

What is the future of this nation
In worse shape than you could imagine
Decadence abounds
Politicians are all clowns

Into an endless war a few years ago
Led by a Texan with a big ego
People protest in the streets
Bring our troops home at least

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