david lessard

Rookie - 2 Points (september fourteenth, nineteen forty-one / gardner, massachusetts)

david lessard Poems

1. Sometimes 5/24/2009
2. Do With Me, What You Will 5/24/2009
3. Cross-Country Skier 5/24/2009
4. For What And For Whom? 6/3/2009
5. Spring 6/3/2009
6. Summer 6/3/2009
7. Goodbye Autumn 6/3/2009
8. The Winter Of '88... 6/4/2009
9. I'M Going To The Grand Canyon 6/4/2009
10. Arizonal Central 6/9/2009
11. My Second Home 6/9/2009
12. No Roses Blooming... 6/9/2009
13. When Icicles Last In My Dooryard Formed 6/9/2009
14. Unconcerned 6/9/2009
15. There's A Devil In My Blood 6/9/2009
16. There Are Tears 6/9/2009
17. A Little While 6/9/2009
18. Hideaway 6/10/2009
19. Do You Love Me? 6/11/2009
20. A Hundred Poems 6/11/2009
21. The Pain That Never Goes Away 6/11/2009
22. I Can'T Change 6/11/2009
23. Silence Is The Sharpest Sword Of All... 6/11/2009
24. The Battle That Rages On 6/11/2009
25. Before Death Comes 6/11/2009
26. What Is A Word For Sorrow? 6/12/2009
27. Nothing Remains The Same... 6/12/2009
28. I Ain'T No Cowboy 6/12/2009
29. Armchair Traveler (With Apoligies To Robert W. Service) 6/12/2009
30. If You Knew How 6/12/2009
31. Love, Come To Me 6/12/2009
32. In Dreams 6/12/2009
33. Secret Admirer 6/12/2009
34. Now There's Only Me 6/12/2009
35. Seasons Of Life 6/12/2009
36. I Can Imagine You 6/12/2009
37. Unanswered Questions 6/12/2009
38. Contented 6/12/2009
39. Under The Blooming Maple Trees 6/12/2009
40. At Times Like These 6/12/2009
Best Poem of david lessard

A Remembrance Of My Father

I saw you as you were,
Not as the person I last viewed -
You were handsome, strong and good,
Movie star looks and a great smile.

The body that died that day
Was small and shrunken...
Withered and skeleton appearing.
Nothing like you were.

You didn't want me around,
You wanted to die alone...
And I granted you, your wish...
Leaving you dying solitarily.

I said I'd see you next
Up there...and you nodded.
You'll be as I remember you,
Full of vigor and strength.

I may not know you right off,
Nor you, me...
But who's to say....

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Sometimes

Sometimes she loves me,
sometimes she don't...
Sometimes we make love,
most times we won't...
Sometimes I laugh,
some days I cry...
Some nights are lonely..
but I make it by.

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