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Poem: Lisa

By: John Grey 

within the quote
you’re irrespective of the meaning
that wields it
giving the finger
to the history of English Literature
as taught to you by… 78 more words

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Poem for the Bed

By: John Grey

The bed beguiles
even when not in action.

Its very anticipation of bodies
is an impression in itself.

The blanket is turned down. 84 more words

Poetry

Poem - Deaf Man by John Grey

DEAF MAN

I have a hard time
imagining where the sound went.
It was here
when I was twelve.
But today, it’s nowhere to be heard. 107 more words

Poetry

Poetry by John Grey: Cabin Fever and Eat Away

CABIN FEVER

He wakes up hung over

though he hasn’t been drinking –

unless winter is a hundred proof

because he’s already had more

than enough of the cold and snow. 383 more words

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Two Poems

by John Grey

THE CURIOUS CASE OF ALL WHO CAME BEFORE

Having finally found the right woman,
all the wrong ones seem like total misfits. 285 more words

Poetry

Emma

In a man’s deep eyes, how empty the craters.
Heart, give me the exact moment. All other times fall flat.
The first drop confused you. You survived. 221 more words

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The Other Person

It’s not the street lamp
but its fragile voice,
nor the sidewalk,
just the winds it broadcasts.
A woman has no better place to be. 232 more words

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