Mark Heathcote

Gold Star - 18,152 Points [none] (22/03/66 / Manchester)

Mark Heathcote Poems

361. Daybreak 2/16/2012
362. Daylight Love 2/3/2013
363. Days Swiftly Passing 2/16/2012
364. Dear Old Dead July 8/5/2014
365. Death - Mischievously, Cheekily, Asked 7/3/2013
366. Death And Renewal 3/7/2016
367. Death By Electrocardiogram 2/11/2013
368. Death Is All Of This? 4/29/2013
369. Death Is Just Shadow Rung Out Of Bloom 1/27/2016
370. Deaths Figure Sentries A Look That Could Kill 1/22/2015
371. Decanter The Wine 8/7/2014
372. Declaration 11/7/2013
373. Decorum 7/9/2013
374. Deeds That’ll Replenish Evils Recompense 1/16/2014
375. Deliverance 10/27/2015
376. Deserts That Have Never Cried 10/7/2013
377. Did A Tear Make This Ocean? 5/9/2013
378. Did It Prevent Your Sun Kissed Dreams? 7/30/2012
379. Did The Ground Fall From Your Wings 11/2/2013
380. Did You Dig A Ship Canal With Frankenstein's Tools? 1/3/2015
381. Different Flight Paths 3/31/2016
382. Digging In His Vault Of Loam 11/25/2012
383. Dim The Light 4/13/2014
384. Dirty Unicorn 1/7/2016
385. Disappointment 7/10/2013
386. Disappointment… 10/31/2012
387. Discrimination 5/8/2014
388. Disillusionment 7/9/2016
389. Disordered Attachment 12/14/2013
390. Divergent Rivers 8/21/2011
391. Divination 9/10/2012
392. Divinity Of Sorts 4/12/2016
393. Divisions Of Vanity 2/16/2012
394. Do Any Of Them Have A Different Benefactor? 11/19/2015
395. Do I Just Follow And Pretend… 12/1/2013
396. Do I Warrant Any Faith In My Wings? 9/12/2015
397. Do The British Take Their Brollies? 2/16/2012
398. Do You Love Me As You Say? 4/13/2014
399. Do You Recall Charcoal Rubbings? 11/18/2015
400. Do You Remember All Your Histories? 1/3/2015
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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Pale White Beauty

Soft as the moonlight, glinting
Through a veil of silken snow
Your pale white beauty, maudlin?
My hearts beat speaking in overflow…
You with your dark hair roving?
Oh ivory shouldered, queen
There where the barn owl, sleeping?
So quietly calm and serene
There where the raven is feeding?

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