Robert Green


Robert Green Poems

1. Single Day 2/14/2012
2. As My Guitar Gently Weeps 2/14/2012
3. Grace 2/14/2012
4. Valentine 2/14/2012
5. My Walk 2/14/2012
6. Artiste 2/15/2012
7. Heart And Soul 2/15/2012
8. Guilty 2/15/2012
9. Turmoil 2/15/2012
10. Virgin Snow 2/15/2012
11. Heaven Sent Angel 2/15/2012
12. Love Asleep 2/15/2012
13. Your Whispered Breath 2/15/2012
14. Mourn Me Whilst I Live (My Living Epitaph) 2/15/2012
15. Love 2/15/2012
16. Butterfly 2/15/2012
17. Iconic 2/15/2012
18. You Came To Me As Of A Dream 2/15/2012
19. What Are Dreams 2/15/2012
20. Ashes! 2/18/2012
21. Paintings By Fliss Ii Not So Abstract 3/24/2012
22. A Lifetime In Your Hands 3/25/2012
23. No Soul To Sell 4/3/2012
24. Untitled (Strength And Weakness) 4/7/2012
25. Quotation! 4/7/2012
26. Paintings By Fliss Iii My Friend The Artist. 4/13/2012
27. My Walk Ii: Spring 4/13/2012
28. Cruelty 4/16/2012
29. Lovers Hands 4/25/2012
30. Sleep Of The Innocents 4/25/2012
31. Listen! 5/3/2012
32. Rain 5/28/2012
33. Bed 5/28/2012
34. Friend 7/8/2012
35. Tower Of Souls 7/24/2012
36. Trees And Dreams 7/28/2012
37. Words 2/19/2012
38. Sold 2/20/2012
39. Time 3/3/2012
40. Attraction/Distraction 3/5/2012

Comments about Robert Green

  • Shahzia Batool Shahzia Batool (8/19/2012 10:45:00 PM)

    Robert Green 's page is like a magazine supplement, many light & gentle poems are there to cater different minds & tastes...he writes about various topics n themes, but in a lucid diction, easy to get involved in...he has acquired tradition and that's why he composes in rhyme-patterns...it's always a light pleasure to visit this page...

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Best Poem of Robert Green

Don't Fear The Reaper

Don't fear the Reaper
Another sleep only deeper
Your toil is done
No more midday sun. 

Laid to rest
With the worst and the best
Some may say good riddance 
I shrug with indifference. 

My headstone epitaph written
Of times when I was love smitten
Once youthful as a kitten
Now just dust and hidden. 

Don't fear the Reaper 
He's just your last mortality taker
I still toss and I turn
Maybe it would have been better to burn. 

Read the full of Don't Fear The Reaper

Poets Words

The poets words,
Of the heart
For a love, lost!
On deaf ears
They tumble
From lips that tremble
Passion spoken
Lost on the wind
Who heeds not his cry

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