Category Archives: Garret Poetry

Approaching Thunder


  As the sky grows weary and the slow clouds laden with rain rumble ever closer to where we wait for the last bus unprotected from the coming storm a brief flash and for a moment the world is bright … Continue reading

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Endurance


Throbbing engines engaged with wheels After the straight smoking brake squeals On thunder road the battle done Man and machine fighting as one Demons of speed foot to the floor Excited the crowd calls for more Thrusting forward ripping through … Continue reading

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Hint of Love


  Texte: Your voice skipped and paused like a pencil                                                             … Continue reading

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Turn Out the Light


Texte: What yo’ gwine t’ do when de lamp burn down                                                 What Yo’ Gwine T’ Do? By … Continue reading

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Surreal Reality


Today began inside a mist My thoughts they seem the same Just out of focus and surreal As pride outwits the shame So long upon a waiting list With ev’ry day the same And now at last I truly feel … Continue reading

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Reasons under the Moon


Every day I ask you why You love a man like me No reason will I understand Yet glad of it I be Because I love you completely With my mind, with my soul The essence of me is thus … Continue reading

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Evening Breeze


Texte: wind in the chimes pulls music – Morning in May by Rosalind Brackenbury The air is cooling on the evening breeze A cold beer in the hand a man at ease He sits alone amid the failing light His … Continue reading

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Timelords’ Clerihew


  They call him Doctor but who When in his Tardis he flew Like a shooting star tripping through time While his fashion sense is a crime His nemesis they call the Master Through time he goes but much faster … Continue reading

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Seasonal Work


Empty Watching the sea As the sun breaks the dawn Waiting for the tourists to come Summer Cool breeze The children gone Old-timers seeing peace In the quietness of evenings Autumn Distant Sinews frozen While waves batter the shore Crashing … Continue reading

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Shadows of Dawn


Each morning she walks Through trees that surround the park In silence she gathers up The dew covered wisps Of mist that mingle with thoughts Amid the shadows of dawn Her spirit wanders From here to there and returns Once … Continue reading

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