Rod Morris

Rookie - 171 Points (14-09-1934 / Auckland, New Zealand)

Rod Morris Poems

1. Remember 5/22/2011
2. Our Birdbath 12/25/2011
3. Secrets Of Life 12/25/2011
4. Memories From Way Back When 12/27/2011
5. Growing Up 12/27/2011
6. Bush Magic 8/15/2012
7. Best Of Friends 8/15/2012
8. Been There Done That 8/15/2012
9. Seasons 8/15/2012
10. A Friend In Need 8/15/2012
11. More Or Less 8/15/2012
12. Morning Glory 8/15/2012
13. Paradise Not Lost 8/15/2012
14. Smiles 8/15/2012
15. Storm Scene 8/15/2012
16. Times Change 8/15/2012
17. Trade Made 8/15/2012
18. Two's Better 8/15/2012
19. Unwealthy 8/15/2012
20. West Coast Memories 8/15/2012
21. Night And Day 8/15/2012
22. Imagination 8/15/2012
23. One Fatherless 8/15/2012
24. Colours Of Life 8/15/2012
25. Tranquillity 8/15/2012
26. Smitten 8/30/2012
27. Destination Sea 9/9/2012
28. Life's An Itch - Scratch It 9/14/2012
29. Nature's Wavelength 9/17/2012
30. Birds 9/18/2012
31. Fire Gazing 9/23/2012
32. Why 9/25/2012
33. Confusion And Delusion 10/18/2012
34. Recreation 10/23/2012
35. Fowl Play 11/2/2012
36. It Dawned On Me 11/4/2012
37. Elixir Of Rhythm 11/7/2012
38. You 11/11/2012
39. But Wait There's More 11/21/2012
40. Dreams 9/22/2013

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Best Poem of Rod Morris

Chance Encounter

You can spend a lifetime searching
For the person that is self,
I'm so happy that I met me
While I still retained my health.
When I look into the mirror
I'm faced with crinkly laughter lines,
Bought about by my family,
Friends and boundless happy times.
It would be great if everyone
Could step out upon these trails,
For they will find peace of mind
Unbridled laughter seldom fails.

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Journeys Of The Mind

Have you ever looked into a fire, with coals of orange red?
Have you gone on flights of fancy, with the thoughts within your head?

Have you ever lain upon the grass, and watched the clouds float by?
Have you imagined shapes and visions, as you sculpt with your minds eye?

Have you ever stood on mountains high, with a sea of cloud below?
Have you thought that you were gazing at great fields of powdered snow?

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