Terry Donovan (12/6/41 to? / Amersham, Buckinghamshire)
Terry Donovan Poems
An Angel Has To Do What An Angel Has To ...
He walked away into the night, His knuckles swollen from the fight, A smile beneath his swollen eye, Much satisfaction in his sigh.
Why Dogs Always Smell Each Others' Bums
Once upon a time I'm told When strange things happened in the world of old An extraordinary meeting took place Of dogs from all round the global face.
Autumn Leaves Its Scar
When I walk ankle-deep in autumn leaves, Head down and collar up against the rain,
A sixties sight I always liked to see, Those British motorbikes parked side by side While bikers packed inside the Busy Bee, The rendezvous of everybody's ride.
Take My Hand
Come, take my hand and let us walk awhile, Away from all the hustle-bustle here, Let's talk and walk a quiet country mile To where the air and what we think is clear.
I saw an angel with a broken wing I saw an angel cry I mended it with bits of string And told her she could fly.
Never Trust A Lobster
Never trust a lobster, He may have a charming smile But underneath he's ruthless And saves everything to file.
Who But You
I picture in my mind my ideal girl, I picture in my mind the girl for me, The sort that ought to set my heart awhirl The sort that ought to set my spirits free.
The Oxfam Shop book section Had the usual array, Ancient road maps, Jeffrey Archer, Three copies of the Guinness Book of Records
Ashes To Ashes
When Cuthbert was cremated she was sad But taking home his ashes she was glad For in a way she'd always have him there His company forever she would share.
Single Dad The kids grew up without a mum around, I had to play a double roll instead;
The best of friends are those you never meet
Who Heals The Healer?
Who heals the healer? Who understands That even with her healing hands She's only human after all
Now Go To Sleep, My Little One
The sun's gone down, the day is done, Now go to sleep, my little one.
Alarm bell rings
Sun greets open eyes
Sleep was clover
Now it’s over
Time to wake and rise.
Now I’m off e-