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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

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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

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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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John Grey

HITCHHIKER

The arrival of spring is welcome
but not noteworthy.
I enjoy buds on trees
as much as anyone
and yes, I tingle a little… 190 more words

Be by John Grey

Be seeded.
Be fertilized.
Be watered.
Be furrowed.
Be picked.
Be the conveyance.
Be placed before me
Beautiful? Of course,
they all are.

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