Roy Storey

Rookie (10 september 1939)

Roy Storey Poems

1. The Barley. 2/20/2006
2. Summer Morn. 6/26/2006
3. Intra Muros. 7/1/2006
4. Cup. 7/1/2006
5. Bangkok. 7/6/2006
6. The Gift. 7/8/2006
7. In The Heat Of A Summers Day. 7/8/2006
8. Danceing Shadows. 7/18/2006
9. Thialand. 7/18/2006
10. Nights. 7/19/2006
11. To Say Goodbye. 7/26/2006
12. Time. 7/30/2006
13. Smile. { For My Friend Kwan.} 7/30/2006
14. Smoke. 8/1/2006
15. Old Man. 8/4/2006
16. Kwan Yin. 8/5/2006
17. Only One Night. 7/17/2006
18. {1}at The End. [ For Bet. ] 8/27/2006
19. Once More. 9/30/2006
20. Move Away. 10/6/2006
21. Taking It Easy. 10/12/2006
22. Hellowmass. 10/19/2006
23. Sawatdee Chan. 2/27/2006
24. Rain. 3/29/2006
25. No Sound. 4/4/2006
26. Pool. 4/10/2006
27. Isaan. 4/22/2006
28. Season. 4/22/2006
29. Writing. 4/30/2006
30. Olympiad. 5/2/2006
31. So Long A Go. 4/15/2006
32. When The Wind. 5/7/2006
33. The Moon. 5/13/2006
34. Warwick 5/18/2006
35. Image. 5/18/2006
36. Morning. 5/26/2006
37. Love And Hope. 5/26/2006
38. Searching. 6/1/2006
39. Udon Thani. 6/4/2006
40. Songkian. 6/4/2006

Comments about Roy Storey

  • Caroteke (1/25/2018 2:47:00 AM)

    Cool and craey

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  • Melissa Coventry (4/3/2008 7:11:00 AM)

    Your style of writing is enchanting to the reader, the simplicity and flow to all your poems and the use of so few words to convey such deep and strong themes is the essence of a good poet, a wonderful poet! You have the skill of 'less is more' and many fellow poets on Poemhunter admire that.

    Take care,
    Mel xx

Best Poem of Roy Storey

A Day Begins

Sitting on a balcony
over looking the city
gray lifeless, out to sea
the first rays of light.
Cut across the water
lighting the out lines
of the building pink
turning red to gold
light
as a day begins.

Read the full of A Day Begins

Calling.

Calling, calling on the wind
drifting down the river
high up in the trees.
Carryed by the butterfies
with the birds, and bees.
Some call it love
others harmony
it passes everyday
between you and me.

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