Steven Cooke

Rookie (01-04-1958 / Sheffield)

Steven Cooke Poems

41. Kiss Of Darkness 2/17/2013
42. The Bible According To Netto 4/19/2013
43. The Thatcher Years 4/19/2013
44. Five Pillars Of Poetry 4/22/2013
45. Epitaph Of The Dragon 4/22/2013
46. What Lies In Dreams 4/22/2013
47. Thoughts Of A Soldier 6/8/2013
48. A Flawed Prophet 6/19/2013
49. A Sniper'sview Of The Great War 6/15/2012
50. A Soldiers Tale 6/4/2012
51. An English Love 12/12/2011
52. Another Zulu Dawn 12/11/2011
53. The Murder Of Civilisation 1/20/2013
54. After The Battle Ww1 1/19/2013
55. A Whiskey Love 12/13/2011
56. Enslavement Of A Lesser Being 1/17/2012
57. To Whom It May Concern 4/12/2012
58. A Northern Night Out 12/20/2011
59. The Democratic Way 4/27/2012
60. Oh What A Lovely War 10/7/2012
61. The Devil Wears Armani 12/14/2011
62. The Jellyfish Chronicle 4/16/2012
63. Lovers Of A Storm 4/20/2012
64. War Horse 12/10/2011

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War Horse

(In memory of the 3 million horses killed in War)

Taken from Cloven fields,
Where skylark and Grouse Linger.
Into the bowels of a troopship
No scent of Morning Dew, No Bird song
Only sweat and urine,

And the distant sounds of war.
No light, no grass of home, only the whip.
For he is bound for Flanders field
His rider glorious in his regalia, sword in hand
He was his master now, and the horse’s salvation.
Kindness, a quiet word, an apple, their bond complete

His last feed, bathed in a red sun, which
Hovered above the morning mist hiding ...

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Genie In A Gin Bottle

Her lips caress another cigarette
A fading belle looking for love
The smoke veils her face,
For she is, Genie in a gin bottle

Her Make up hiding the past
Silk fingernails hiding the smokers hand
Her wig of blonde hiding the soul beneath
The ladder in her stockings,

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