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Aerodrome Poems

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Premium Member CLASSIFIED PART TWO
We turned off before reaching Kings Lynn and headed down a road that would take us to Henderson Aerodrome a local flying school, we were waved through the main gate and headed onto the main runway and pulled up by...Read More
Categories: aerodrome, science fiction,
Form: Prose



Dangerous Green
The town that I was born in was a small and ‘one horse’ place,
where no one held a secret and we knew each other’s face.
Nothing seemed to ever change but then we seen the myth explode
when a mining company opened...Read More
Categories: aerodrome, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Unsayable Experience

Painstakingly I gathered shrapnel from grandpa’s fields, 
sold them to the metal man who came on horse & cart.
Alas, disaster struck...the sixpence, fruit of my hard work,
slipped through my fingers, forever lost in the soil!
A young entrepreneur’s euphoria evaporated into...Read More
Categories: aerodrome, childhood,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I Am Not Alone I Got Jesus
I am not alone, I got Jesus
on the phone, on the phone He's on my phone

I am not alone, I got Jesus
He's in my home, in my home He is my home

If I travel in my mine, He's my roam
On...Read More
Categories: aerodrome, appreciation, assonance, blessing, creation, dedication, devotion, jesus,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Unquotable quotes: Olympic Antics - XXXIII
Unquotable quotes: Olympic Antics – XXXIII

Why do Judo-kas bother to wear anything at all since all they do is to try their very best to undress one another before hugging themselves on the mat?
Wrestlers at least take up perverse porn...Read More
Categories: aerodrome, character, dedication, humorous, international, sports, strength, word
Form: Epigram



Premium Member David The Gnome - The Narrative Style
~David The Gnome~ 
(Rhyming Couplets) 


Hello there dearie, my name is David the Gnome 
And this is my home, Sweet Home 
And you're most welcome to roam 
Around, and read each and all of my poems 

My library as you...Read More
Categories: aerodrome, beautiful, books, character, children,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Skydive
The excitement starts
The second I wake up
I have the biggest smile ever
Today I am jumping
Today I will fly

My stomach has butterflies
A tea and I’m ready to go
To the skydiving hanger
To my chariot with wings

The tiny aerodrome 
Welcomes me home once...Read More
Categories: aerodrome, adventure, courage, crazy, inspirational, joy, paradise, sky,
Form: Free verse
The Parachute Drop
Swaying
undulating
like bouquets from heaven
so gently descending
in white waves
the flowers of youth came down.

They kissed the tall trees
and church spires
as they made for the village green
and the roads
and back gardens seen
on the way 
to the aerodrome

It was blue sky above us
white...Read More
Categories: aerodrome, war,
Form: Free verse
Postcript from Palestine
Dust descending
fills my ears and nose:
small stones loosened from the soft rock
bleed our faces and our arms......

the smell of this cellar
the drought of this cellar
the echoing sound of this cellar
the rumble of this cellar
the body that lies in our arms

Why...Read More
Categories: aerodrome, political,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Road Less Travelled
On the walls of an old rickety shed
  are names of sojourners who've passed this way;
now my wandering boot does older tread
  where I passed on a long forgotten day.
Winding a road less travelled to the sea
 ...Read More
Categories: aerodrome, nostalgia, youth,
Form: Sonnet



WHITE CRANES
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Categories: aerodrome, bird,
Form: Haiku
The Aerodrome of Stowe Maries
Stow Maries.

  

Wings of war like paper butterflies

once floated down upon this grassy plain

war machines of moments gone

honeysuckle and wild rose

now cling to silent buildings

empty shells of ghostly past

listen and hear within the broken walls

voices of those who came

to...Read More
Categories: aerodrome, losswar, war,
Form: I do not know?