Michael Witkowski

Rookie (14 July 1973 / Berent)

Michael Witkowski Poems

1. Brief Tsunami Hymn-Elegy 1/3/2005
2. Hannover Medical School 1/9/2005
3. North-East-Baths 1/9/2005
4. River Mine 1/16/2005
5. May Hay 1/16/2005
6. Switch 3/15/2005
7. Jeopardy In The Water 1/6/2005
8. Colchester Castle I Read 1/14/2005
9. Diary, Excuse Me! 2/21/2005
10. Dubh Abhainn Blackburn 1/9/2005
11. Meaning 12/30/2004
12. Phone Rustle 12/20/2004
13. No Meaninggist Mindsoul Is Mine - Prelude To It 1/3/2005
14. Epistle To The Hound Of Baskerville 1/3/2005
15. Stonecone 3/22/2005
16. Here And There 2/16/2005
17. Sunny Vow 2/12/2005
18. The Slushy Fate Of Cheese With The Mantis 5/30/2005
19. A Paper Chain 1/4/2005
20. Simple Minds 1/6/2005
21. Shower Webs 1/7/2005
22. Lasting 12/30/2004
23. Sense 1/18/2005
24. Fachinger Brew 1/19/2005
25. Send Me 1/19/2005
26. Shakesy Centosonett You And Me 2/11/2005
27. Beardy Sulks 1/21/2005
28. Kendrick Spotted Itha... 2/21/2005
29. Miss Shlabee's Pores 1/31/2005
30. Fire 2/12/2005
31. Orders Muddled Up 1/18/2005
32. Distance Back 12/30/2004
33. Disentangle 12/20/2004
34. Ondulated Promise Poem 3/8/2005
35. Empty Inventory 1/14/2005
36. Laurel Path 1/11/2005
37. Trample 1/11/2005
38. Cells Go Up In Smoke 1/12/2005
39. Molly 1/12/2005
40. Skittles & Liquorice 1/12/2005
Best Poem of Michael Witkowski

Undocked Ship

Have you ever felt it-a
tingle that rises someplace
in your belly and only to set
your lower regions ablaze
surges through mark and spine
and crowds your face-

ask the medic what it means
all vessels push blood anon
at the speed of light
Alarm! Alarm! some indigestible
shock pulverised the system
run run run away is the answer

i came for joy and to see familiar faces, bask
in their smiles, cuddle in their words, and dance
at the same time- feel my body move with the rhythm,
shake off despair but in vain- a low mood will change ...

Read the full of Undocked Ship

Brief Tsunami Hymn-Elegy

Travellers round
the history
Touch the dandelion
with your left finger
And convey the seed
Onto the putrid palm
tree.
Lancets hang on the palm
Glisten in exuberating air

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