David Lewis Paget

Nottingham, England/live in Australia
David Lewis Paget
Nottingham, England/live in Australia
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A Question Of Faith

‘I’d swear that the sun is hotter, ’ she said,
‘It’s hotter than I can recall,
The garden’s turned into a desert, is dead
My plants are fried up to the wall.’
I said I agreed, the car was so hot
I often got scorched by the steel,
The belt with the buckle was always red hot
And so was the steering wheel.

I said you could tell by the state of the road
Could tell by the bitumen melt,
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Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Topic(s) of this poem: belief
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Shakil Ahmed 10 November 2015
The skies were grey and they opened up With God’s good grace at the dawn, I held my wife and my daughter close As the rain made us feel reborn beautiful lines, you have expressed your passions and belief very well in the poem,
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