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Poems by Roger Page

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Date PostedPoemTitle# ViewsForm  
02/04/2016 Alone 746 I do not know?
02/03/2016 I Want You So Bad 1818 I do not know?
06/13/2010 Today 2532 Haiku
06/12/2010 The Seasoned Commuter 1071 Rhyme
06/09/2010 Urban Jungle 2722 Rhyme
06/07/2010 A Knight of Passion 1687 Rhyme
06/06/2010 Senses 1166 I do not know?
06/05/2010 The Gardener and the Rabbit 829 Rhyme
06/05/2010 Uncle Sam 1027 Rhyme
06/05/2010 1066 1364 Rhyme
06/05/2010 Lady of the night! 1692 Limerick
06/04/2010 Grandchildren 953 Rhyme
06/04/2010 LIFE 708 Rhyme
06/04/2010 My Armchair Day 862 Rhyme
06/04/2010 Remember 883 Rhyme
06/04/2010 Supermarket Sweep 981 Rhyme
06/04/2010 The Big Issue 998 Rhyme
06/04/2010 Always in my Heart 845 Rhyme
06/04/2010 You 787 Rhyme
06/03/2010 Spare a Thought 869 Rhyme
06/03/2010 My Daily Jog 860 Rhyme
06/01/2010 The Darkness 1093 Rhyme

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Hi, I'm Roger, I live near Cambridge in England in a pretty village. I first started writing in 2009 after being made redundant. I decided to retire early but after 2 years decided it was not for me so started my own company. I consider myself a lucky person and am typical of my star sign "Leo" I write for pleasure and no little of poetry and care not for poetry snobs. Early poets did not use a book of rules just feeling and thoughts put to paper. I love making new friends. Please drop me a message if we have anything in common. Best Wishes Roger