Ruth Walters


Ruth Walters Poems

481. A Certain Loss 4/7/2014
482. Pimple 1/6/2014
483. Cuts 3/22/2014
484. Mrs Mollinson 2/14/2013
485. Mars V Venus 4/6/2014
486. An Unworthy Soul.... 3/13/2012
487. Sea Monster 9/30/2012
488. Ms Haversham 7/1/2018
489. A Matter Of Tax 5/13/2015
490. Time 5/30/2013
491. No Football 6/18/2012
492. Lemon Cake 12/29/2011
493. 1 A Lump Of Old Metal 7/18/2012
494. Sieving And Seizing 3/19/2014
495. A Small Grey Box 10/13/2011
496. A Dolls Eye View 8/5/2012
497. My Mother's Hands 5/26/2012
498. A Cold Bed 10/11/2012
499. A Little Hot Gossip 9/20/2012
500. Balls 6/11/2013
501. The Butterflies 5/4/2013
502. Problem Solving 2/23/2013
503. If I Were A Flower 5/12/2011
504. Bones 1/8/2013

Comments about Ruth Walters

  • Karen Sinclair (7/5/2012 2:53:00 AM)

    No awkwardness just sheer smooth reality and\or humour leaves the pages of Ruth Walters...A Great Poet! and a rarity in woman as she is really funny when she wants to be...

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  • Danny H (8/6/2009 12:23:00 AM)

    Your an amazing poetess :)
    Your poetry is brought alive in front of the face,
    and shows all the possible colors.

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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