Roy Storey (10 september 1939)
Biography of Roy Storey
Roy Storey Poems
A Day Begins
Sitting on a balcony over looking the city gray lifeless, out to sea the first rays of light.
A day will come i will not rise. Or wipe the sleep out of my eyes.
It is the time for moving. To a better time down the road,
She smiled her elmond eyes turned at the edge. A warm glow, came from her.
A book, a book a wonderful book Robin hood and old frier Tuck. All in lincan green
A Life Worthwhile.
Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile. From grand houses
A Poets Dream.
In the dark city streets no love did i find.
And A Day
I am looking for a sliver dawn, blue skys where the land flows on for ever.
It is not a kiss it is the heart. It is not the poem but the rhyme.
(1) Untill. (For Bet August 2006 To 200...
The sun is still shining down english country lanes. Life changes the past
Gently the wind blows amanda i can not feel the wind or the sun. Another day is done amanda with no place to run.
Between the apex of the rising. And setting.
1knights. (For A M 2 4 2008)
Knights with ladys fair. Sunlight shining in there hair.
Will you ever walk in England. Will you ever, talk in England.
The wind changes
as it runs
over the water,
peace to rage
the peace before
Of a new day
a summer morn.