Ruth Walters


Ruth Walters Poems

1. The Greys 1/15/2012
2. Twin Souls 2/11/2012
3. A Lost Friend..... 5/27/2012
4. Sleeping 5/31/2012
5. Fishing 5/31/2012
6. Sunrise 6/8/2012
7. Striking 6/16/2012
8. Morning Streets 6/16/2012
9. Potty Plant Love 6/16/2012
10. Lonely 6/18/2012
11. A Memory Of Childhood............ 6/19/2012
12. Pay Back.... 6/19/2012
13. I Know She Lies 6/20/2012
14. Nobody Ever..... 6/22/2012
15. Identity Theft 6/22/2012
16. Telepathy 6/26/2012
17. A Recipe 7/9/2012
18. The Put Down...... 7/9/2012
19. The Frame 7/11/2012
20. A Frame 7/11/2012
21. A Burial 7/12/2012
22. On The Shelf 8/12/2012
23. Tear Away 8/18/2012
24. Infestations 8/20/2012
25. The Forgotten (Especially For Karen) 8/21/2012
26. Nobody Spoke (For Karen) 8/21/2012
27. No Shoes (For Karen) 8/21/2012
28. Computer Suitor 8/24/2012
29. Letting It All Hang Out! 8/24/2012
30. A View Of The Queue............... 8/24/2012
31. Never Empty 8/24/2012
32. Asking Angels 8/24/2012
33. Emily 8/24/2012
34. Pick Me 8/24/2012
35. Kissy, Kissy 8/24/2012
36. Psychopomp 8/24/2012
37. The Rat 8/24/2012
38. This Thing Of Darkness 8/24/2012
39. Tracing Raindrops 8/25/2012
40. Once Upon A Summer's Day...... 8/25/2012
Best Poem of Ruth Walters

Bones

The toe bone's connected to
lush grass, early mornings, bird song

The heel bone's connected to you,
how you look when you're ahead

The foot bone's connected to determination,
how you keep going when all is crumbling

The leg bone's connected to your fears,
your wobbles, how you need support

The knee bone's connected to your knee jerk
reactions to this crazy world

The thigh bone's connected to your inner strength
that helps you take control

The back-bone's connected to work,
hard work, hard work, sheer hard work

The neck ...

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Band On The Roof

Out of their offices people came running,
men in dark suits and ladies in Macs.
Some of them stumbling, some of them screaming,
some of them clapping and some holding back.


Running towards the block where it came from,
high on a rooftop, as if from the Gods.
The Beatles were playing our favourite music,

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