Mark Heathcote

Gold Star - 18,841 Points [none] (22/03/66 / Manchester)

Mark Heathcote Poems

1. To Seed The Steps Of Heaven 8/21/2011
2. The Garden 8/21/2011
3. The Rose And The Bumble Bee… 8/21/2011
4. Pale White Beauty 8/21/2011
5. Candle-Wax-Sky 8/21/2011
6. The Lord Of Catchers-Can 8/21/2011
7. The Music Of One's Love 8/21/2011
8. Nicknames For Aislinn 8/21/2011
9. Divergent Rivers 8/21/2011
10. Schizophrenics 8/21/2011
11. That’s What They At The Asylum Now Say 8/24/2011
12. The Bell Of Knutsford’s Many Throng 8/24/2011
13. Little Bug… 8/24/2011
14. Hang Me A Door With Gables Bright! 8/24/2011
15. Language Is The Kingdom 8/24/2011
16. To Err Is Human ‘songstresses’. 2/3/2012
17. Flightless Angels Shall Fervently Stare 2/3/2012
18. Once They Spall-Sparkled Like Foxglove! 2/3/2012
19. The Night Runs In Fear Of The Dreamer 2/3/2012
20. The Oohs And Oh’s... Of A Winter Rose 2/3/2012
21. Even The Cuckoo Has To Find Its Layer... 2/3/2012
22. No Louder Than The Snoring Tigers Lolling Tongue! 2/3/2012
23. Haiku 2/3/2012
24. Cemetery Walks… 2/3/2012
25. Love Kept Her For A Teacup 2/3/2012
26. Lord My Love Don’t You Know…? 2/3/2012
27. Minted And Crowned 2/3/2012
28. Where The Moonlight And I Repine 2/3/2012
29. Harvey’s: Lullaby… 2/3/2012
30. The Path Of A Six Year Old Believer! 2/3/2012
31. The Truth About Ruth… 2/3/2012
32. What Was She Doing, There? 2/3/2012
33. Think Again! 2/3/2012
34. The Poet's Trinity 2/3/2012
35. Why Did The Star Dust Dance 2/3/2012
36. Where; Did All The Wood Garlic—go? 2/3/2012
37. The Physical Scent Of Life Has Gone… 2/7/2012
38. Over New; Greens Seas Drip-Fed 2/8/2012
39. Asexual 2/16/2012
40. The Jarring Of A Mid Night's Dew 2/16/2012
Best Poem of Mark Heathcote

River Street Urchins

River street urchins
The gutters are swelling
[Waiting] for the sky—you, I
To reach—the storm drains of joy.
Before we go
Before we let go.
We too will rain

River street urchins
Before we go
Before we let go.
We too will rain
River street urchins

Paupers oh, so giving, don't you know.
We'll queue in the streets
And pray to be free
Till we go
Before we let go.
We too will rain
On every official bank holiday parade:

Till we're free till we're free
Till we're free till we're free
Till we're free to go
We'll never ...

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Pellucid blue-eyes, whoever told you to-be-wise?
Whoever said you could dream beyond the
Moon, lit, monolithic, midnight-skies
Drink-the-midnight-curtain of sleep
Into the waking hours
Where dreams can sublimely, creep
Around like a carnivorous green-flower
Like a sun spider sunning on a rock
Like a worm in the pippin of an eye

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