Phil Ward Poems
|41.||The Gift Of Sight||1/10/2013|
|42.||A Wonderful Time Of The Year||12/21/2013|
|45.||Man In The Calf Of Man||4/5/2014|
|46.||In A Builders Back Yard||6/23/2014|
|47.||In Each Other's Arms||6/27/2014|
|51.||20, The Limes||4/27/2013|
|53.||We Are Not Amused||9/13/2012|
|55.||You Can'T Win||8/30/2012|
|56.||All Because The Lady Loves Chablis||4/26/2012|
|57.||Our Pet's Pets||9/13/2012|
|58.||The River Nidd||8/2/2014|
|59.||Sunny Blue Skies||5/27/2011|
|60.||Back In The Black||2/19/2012|
|61.||Meeting Old Friends||5/8/2011|
|62.||Girl With The Smiling Eyes||5/8/2011|
|63.||My Comfort Blanket||10/10/2011|
|64.||I Love You So Much I Can'T Be Without You||7/6/2012|
|65.||Life’s Twists And Turns||5/8/2011|
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Life’s Twists And Turns
Their love could not be stronger,
It stood the test of time,
Happiness reigned longer,
The more their lives entwined.
They even looked alike some said,
From kids when they first met,
And it was no surprise they wed,
A simple life beset.
For thirty years of bliss till now,
The children had flown the nest,
Precious extra time’ll allow,
The pursuit of other interests.
Inevitability took its course,
And indeed their ways did part,
The lack of understanding forced,
Separation thoughts to start.
Their combined assets weren’t...
Taking The Hiss
It’s careless really, quite remiss,
For a snake to lose its hiss,
To stick your tongue out with no noise,
Doesn’t fit with reptile poise,
On seeing this one might conclude,
That the beast was being rude.