Robert James Smith

Veteran Poet - 1,489 Points (New York)

Robert James Smith Poems

1. Locked 5/25/2015
2. Mother 5/25/2015
3. Played With Fire 5/25/2015
4. The Bravest Step 5/31/2015
5. Broken Sailor 6/1/2015
6. Seasoned Love 6/4/2015
7. Train (A Love Story) 6/13/2015
8. Gloppity Glue (Children's Story) 7/17/2015
9. Undying Love 7/17/2015
10. Buttercup 7/17/2015
11. The Soldier 7/23/2015
12. Visions 8/2/2015
13. The Hellhound 9/1/2015
14. The Missing Piece 9/11/2015
15. Be Honest 10/6/2015
16. Imagine The Monkeys 10/6/2015
17. Deeper 10/16/2015
18. Alone And Alive 10/24/2015
19. Recovery 10/30/2015
20. Pacific 11/6/2015
21. Disorder 11/16/2015
22. Demon Seed 11/17/2015
23. The Dream (Part 2) 11/29/2015
24. The Voice 2/1/2016
25. Inner Free 2/19/2016
26. Farther Chair 5/25/2015
27. Falling Knife 5/25/2015
28. Love-Lution 5/25/2015
29. Perspective 5/25/2015
30. The World War 5/25/2015
31. Follow 12/23/2016
32. The Word 2/27/2017
33. Reaching Back 6/13/2017
34. Worthy 8/14/2017
35. Who Are You? 11/27/2016
36. The Idea 10/21/2016
37. The Secret Room 5/25/2015
38. This Old Man 5/25/2015
39. Complacent 9/17/2015
40. The Dream 10/4/2015

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Best Poem of Robert James Smith

I Stole This Poem

I stole this poem, yes I did
It isn't mine to publish
But every word I write myself
On paper reads like rubbish.

This gem says all I want and more
It shines my beacon bright
It's everything I would have said
If I knew how to write.

Women, gold and accolades
May rain down from the sky
I deserve to taste these things
Just once before I die.

I stole this poem, yes I did
To my eternal shame
I pierce my conscience with my pen
And sign my bloody name.


(Inspired by 'STEAL THIS POEM' by Brian Mayo)

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The World War

raging roaring rolling waves
white knuckles rise above the shelf
crash upon the palisades
the ocean fights the land herself

blow by blow the hammers smash
a face of stone to grains of sand
persistence and the gift of time
the ocean shall defeat the land

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