Graham Jones


Graham Jones Poems

1. Sadness. 1/24/2006
2. Quid Pro Quo. 1/24/2006
3. The World We Live In. 1/25/2006
4. Peace On Earth. 1/25/2006
5. My Bridge Of Sighs. 1/26/2006
6. Tears In Time. 1/27/2006
7. Sadness 1/31/2006
8. Secrets. 2/3/2006
9. Small Boats Adrift. 3/25/2006
10. A Time To Act. 3/28/2006
11. Bullets And Bombs. 3/28/2006
12. Food For Thought. 3/28/2006
13. I See You Looking. 3/29/2006
14. Breakfast Time 3/29/2006
15. The Stress And The Strife. 3/30/2006
16. Springs Rebirth. 4/12/2006
17. Chained. 4/13/2006
18. The Darkest Hour. 4/14/2006
19. The Final Curtain. 4/19/2006
20. Raven Black. 4/19/2006
21. Passing Through. 4/20/2006
22. Or Am I? 4/13/2006
23. Heartbeat. 4/20/2006
24. Who Am I? 4/21/2006
25. Bottled Out. 4/23/2006
26. The Downs. 4/24/2006
27. Dark Shadows. 2/7/2006
28. Waifs And Strays. 2/7/2006
29. Fields Of Red. 2/16/2006
30. Threads 2/21/2006
31. A Slice Of Natures Best. 2/22/2006
32. In Search Of Refuge. 2/22/2006
33. Streets Of Sadness. 2/23/2006
34. A Soliary Scream. 3/24/2006
35. Blood And Sand. 3/24/2006
36. Lost In Limbo. 3/24/2006
37. Hold Me Close. 3/24/2006
38. Tranquility. 6/16/2006
39. Illusions. 6/16/2006
40. A Tortured Soul. 6/20/2006
Best Poem of Graham Jones

Fear Of The Unknown.

I come now from those foreign places
Unknown to those with hidden faces
Bedecked and different, for them to leer
As one unknown, something to fear

Am I not I that you can see?
What is the fear you see in me?
This faceless one, that makes you quake
I hold no fear its what you make

Deceive yourself if that you may
And cringe from that which spells decay
I hold no terrors in these hands
I am but a vessel to unknown lands

There is nothing to fear but fear itself
Of what, the memory of love or wealth
You will take my hand, make no mistake
A...

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The World We Live In.

How little do we know of this
The world in which we live
The things that go on around us
Are as water through a sieve

The killings and the wars go on
The torture and the pain
Dictators rise and fall like plums
While the bombs they fall like rain

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