Gary Diamond

Rookie (04-10-1984 / Portsmouth, UK)

Gary Diamond Poems

1. Coping 2/24/2008
2. Pain And Pain Again 2/24/2008
3. Existance 2/24/2008
4. Deserve 2/24/2008
5. Broken Toys 2/24/2008
6. I'M All Out Of Words 2/24/2008
7. Running Sideways Up The Slope 2/24/2008
8. He Who Laughs Last Is Early For The Next Joke 2/24/2008
9. Cry 2/24/2008
10. Final Decisions, Last Stands & The Truth 2/24/2008
11. Simple Iii 2/24/2008
12. Better Than The Knife 2/24/2008
13. What I Believe, No One Else Seems To 2/24/2008
14. What I Do Best 2/24/2008
15. Giving Up 2/24/2008
16. Blind Vs Blind 2/24/2008
17. Such A Man (Tribute To Bukowski) 2/24/2008
18. The Theory Of Death 2/24/2008
19. Surely As A Rocket 2/24/2008
20. Routine 2/24/2008
21. God's In The Shadows 2/24/2008
22. Whiskey 2/24/2008
23. People's Trances 2/24/2008
24. Content With Nothing 2/24/2008
25. The Covers 2/24/2008
26. Party 2/24/2008
27. I Need You 2/24/2008
28. The Gentleman Is Dead 2/24/2008
29. Fashion 2/24/2008
30. Bottles And Mirrors 2/24/2008
31. Playing Cards 2/24/2008
32. Inside This Mind 2/24/2008
33. Big Rant 2/24/2008
34. 70 Grand And Counting 2/24/2008
35. Yes Yes Yes 2/24/2008
36. Some Mornings 2/24/2008
37. Queue 2/24/2008
38. Refuge 2/24/2008
39. The Soul 2/24/2008
40. The 'Miracle' Of Christmas 2/24/2008
Best Poem of Gary Diamond

Trust No One

This
Is good advice.

If you trust
Too much too early
Prepare to be raped entirely.

Oh we've been there.
Well and truth, been there.
Got away sometimes
Formed a better plan
Made more sense of it all.

You're fucking wide.
Your fucking wife is a whore.
She just jumped on you like a predator
Bore you kids may be.
But she just sat on you
Because you were the best thing about at the time
Now she roams free
And because you are so weak
She'll wear down her chances
And circle right back to you
You will let her
Because you have ...

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Broken Toys

We wear out.
We slowly start to die.
We're born to it.
We'd love to change it.
Dream to.
It's not to be.

They say the taking part is what matters, no matter what the outcome.
So I tried really hard for several years and still did worse than those that

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