R. K. Hart

Rookie - 96 Points (Australia)

R. K. Hart Poems

41. His Kingdom He Storks 10/19/2012
42. Blacken History 10/24/2012
43. Soldier Grey 10/29/2012
44. My Beloved 10/31/2012
45. Evelyn 11/1/2012
46. Some Say I Deserve Her. 2/1/2013
47. Who. 2/20/2013
48. Mere Male 3/19/2013
49. Dreams And Desires 3/23/2013
50. The Corrugated Nest 3/24/2013
51. Tradie And His Lady. 5/1/2013
52. Young Pastor 5/1/2013
53. I Am 7/8/2013
54. Her Song 7/9/2013
55. I Have A Brother 7/26/2013
56. Mornings 7/26/2013
57. City Of Refuge 8/2/2013
58. The Story Of Christ. 8/12/2013
59. Sweetest Memories 8/18/2013
60. Loves Discription 9/17/2013
61. Emma 10/5/2013
62. Evening Fire Courage 10/20/2013
63. She 10/22/2013
64. I Hear Love 10/26/2013
65. You Bring Tears 10/30/2013
66. As Morning Mist 11/5/2013
67. Scars Of The Heart 11/9/2013
68. Places Lovers Kiss 11/16/2013
69. Mountain Top 11/27/2013
70. The Adventures Of Maddie The Mouse…a Spoon Full Cheese, Please. 12/1/2013
71. When Two Worlds Clash 12/6/2013
72. The Adventures Of Maddie The Mouse…..And The Seaweed Dragon. 1/22/2014
73. He Appears Among The Clouds. 2/24/2014
74. Her Beauty 9/6/2013
75. One Day Heaven 5/19/2015
76. How Much Do I Need You 10/19/2015
77. The Adventures Of Maddie The Mouse…..The Dreamy Mouse 12/16/2013
78. His Creation 8/26/2013
79. Victory Is His 10/10/2012
80. I Want To Be There 10/8/2012

Comments about R. K. Hart

  • Margaret Haig Margaret Haig (12/1/2012 10:38:00 PM)

    That line. In the loves poem Loves nature. I was taught at school. I wasn't to repeat at start and end same words, Could it be different. Not forcing you to change, only asking if not its the restis okie dokey. Mate

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Best Poem of R. K. Hart

A Fathers Words To His Child.

Children are the gentle breezes for which parents plea.
They come they play around us then they flee.
We would hold them to our breast,
Protecting against all of life's dreadful tests.

You teach and doggedly hold.
But the day must come when they break from the mold.
With resounding break of a parental heart.
They step away, a life of their own to start.

I watched a beautiful young woman as she stepped the isle.
With maids surrounding she flashes her parents a comforting smile.
Where is the tomboy, who bowled the boys out?
And where is our back yards ...

Read the full of A Fathers Words To His Child.

River Girl

I was walking by the river one day,
When I saw a young girl throw something away.
She removed it from her hand,
Then with her foot stamped it into snow white sand.

I stood little chance curiosity got the best me,
And I was driven to go see.
What was it she removed from her hand?
A little sifting found a beautiful golden band.

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