James Jarrett

Freshman - 552 Points (1963 / California)

James Jarrett Poems

1. The Ballad Of Jayne, A Poem To My Wife 7/20/2008
2. Prophet 7/20/2008
3. Forest Statue Of Love 7/20/2008
4. One 7/20/2008
5. Lunch Poem #27 7/20/2008
6. Man 7/20/2008
7. Alright Boy 10/26/2008
8. Golden Child 1/10/2009
9. Love Gone 1/11/2009
10. Fighting Age 10/4/2009
11. The Plowshare 10/11/2009
12. Evelynn 9/20/2010
13. Open Letter 10/13/2010
14. Rip Little Brer 1/23/2011
15. Picking Wild Berries 6/5/2011
16. The Tree 10/8/2009
17. Shaylyn Roberts 7/25/2011
18. The Hearth 11/5/2011
19. Cold River 5/16/2009
20. Still Trying 12/31/2012
21. Freedom In The World 1/1/2013
22. Descent 1/1/2013
23. Revolution 1/3/2013
24. Such Is The Day 1/4/2013
25. Squab For Mom 1/7/2013
26. Such A Girl 1/11/2013
27. Dinner For Two 1/12/2013
28. Comitmment 2/15/2013
29. My Sweet Child 2/16/2013
30. Life Going By 2/16/2013
31. The Wait Has Been Killing Me 3/6/2013
32. Holding Out For St. Paddy's Day 3/13/2013
33. Retroactive Abortion 4/9/2013
34. Requeim For The Internet 6/14/2013
35. American Horizon 6/14/2013
36. Moonrise 6/14/2013
37. Wanton Lust 8/16/2013
38. Inside Your Head 8/19/2013
39. Addiction 8/7/2013
40. Hope 9/24/2013
Best Poem of James Jarrett

Absence Of The Sun

In the absence of the sun
I can see the darkness in the human heart,
the silouhetted evil that lies within the soul

Within the confines of the misty gloom,
roam the fettered wraiths
of secret passion

Lustful, wanton desire, the id essential,
haunts the etheral domain,
cloaked in shimmering gossamer veils

Half realized creatures of the dark
stalk with soundless echoes
the dim corridors of the soul

Unbound, unchained,
the foul, corrupt spirits of dark secret thoughts
wander freely

In the absence of the sun
I am afraid to ...

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Lunch Poem #1

Shades of black and dusky grey
Like wind whipped, whispering leaves
Cloud my memory dull and dim
chasing all but fleeting ghosts away

I know that somewhere deep within
The twisted labyrnith of my brain
There lies a place of green and light
Of peace behind the pain

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