willow moon pearce

Rookie - 16 Points (October 1951 / London, UK)

willow moon pearce Poems

1. The Captive 10/6/2005
2. You Are There At The Back Of My Mind. 3/25/2006
3. Churchyard Sunday. 3/27/2006
4. I Have This Feeling........ 4/10/2006
5. Oh! But A Wish. 3/23/2006
6. South Shore. 1/13/2006
7. Something At The Back Of Your Mind. 2/1/2006
8. Unwrapping Your Present. 2/19/2006
9. Look Back. 3/17/2006
10. One Step Forward, Two Steps Back. 5/17/2006
11. A Brooklyn Building. 5/27/2006
12. Hot, Sticky Sidewalk. 7/17/2006
13. A Story Often Quoted. 5/2/2006
14. Every Day. 9/29/2006
15. Please Do Not Turn Away. 11/17/2006
16. Tired, But Cannot Sleep. 11/23/2006
17. Chemistry Of Love. 2/4/2007
18. A Day In The Life Of Depression (1) 2/18/2007
19. New Blood - Old Sand 8/26/2007
20. Sylvia 3/8/2008
21. 44th 1/24/2009
22. Luna 6/25/2010
23. The Other Side. 9/4/2007
24. Highgate Cemetary - 3pm 12/24/2008
25. Desert Muses. 11/28/2007
26. Christmas 2004 (In Memoriam) 1/1/2006
27. Dying Young. 11/4/2006
28. A Prayer Of Sorts. 9/1/2006
29. It Carries On. 9/14/2006
30. And Counting........ 4/28/2006
31. Simple Thought. 10/1/2006
32. I Have Dreamed........ 5/17/2006
33. In Memorium 3/22/2008
34. I Belong To The Battlefield. 5/15/2011
35. 1: 00 Am Prayer. 1/18/2009
36. I Wonder......... 2/13/2006
37. Invisible Tears 11/4/2005
38. Victorian Graveyard/London 11/7/2005
39. Brighton Beach. 3/16/2006
40. Last Song Of The Whale. 1/18/2006

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  • p.a. noushad p.a. noushad (1/24/2009 2:56:00 AM)

    your ability or power of observing little noticed details is remarkable.

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Best Poem of willow moon pearce

Taught Racism

Children are born blind to hate and bigotry
With their big smiles and loving ways
They are taught ugliness
By unthinking adults and overheard conversation
This makes them use words and terms that for generations
Have caused hate and bitterness
To our fellow man.

Yes, they are taught, not born
To this social cancer.
I once asked a black friend how he would like
To be addressed?
Black, afro-american or just coloured.
No he said - just call me friend.

Read the full of Taught Racism

The Captive

It was complete
A full measure Of ignorance and fear
Compounded from the new
And changes no one could believe

It was strange
Suddenly standing there
Almost a captive audience
Although I was the captive

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