Peter Vealey

Rookie - 500 Points [STILLMAN.] (16th March 1952. / Hertfordshire)

Peter Vealey Poems

1. Befores 8/13/2007
2. Today? 11/26/2007
3. Black Leaves. 1/24/2008
4. 'Halcyon Days'. 6/2/2008
5. Friday's Dues. 11/10/2008
6. Thrust The Slack. 11/21/2008
7. Attention Turning. 11/25/2008
8. Sobering Thoughts. 12/8/2008
9. Sentimental Amnesty(A Dream) . 1/12/2009
10. Repose. 3/10/2009
11. Protrusions And Orifices. 9/25/2009
12. Dry. 10/5/2009
13. Border Years. 11/20/2009
14. Observations Part 1. 1/18/2010
15. Delusion Of Time. 3/29/2010
16. Ragged And Wise. 5/25/2011
17. How Cool The Amber Of The Day. 11/2/2012
18. Rare Meat. 11/16/2012
19. I Saw The Leaves. 11/27/2012
20. Seashells. 5/19/2015
21. Silence. 5/19/2015
22. Middle-England Blues. 5/19/2015
23. As If Nothing Had Happened. 3/13/2016
24. Observations On Winter. 3/20/2016
25. Precious Petals. 3/20/2016
26. Rural Tales Of Hippy Oblivion. 3/21/2016
27. I'm Anonymous 3/27/2016
28. Peter Pan 3/27/2016
29. The Language Of Disassociation 3/28/2016
30. The Embodiment Of Wrong 3/28/2016
31. The Changeover. 3/28/2016
32. The Worthless Vanity Of War 3/29/2016
33. Where This Started. 3/29/2016
34. Be Nuclear 3/29/2016
35. Stop The Ego. 3/29/2016
36. On Death. 4/3/2016
37. My Child 4/3/2016
38. The Moment. 12/6/2014
39. Different Roads. 12/15/2014
40. The Arrogance Of Humanity. 11/30/2012
Best Poem of Peter Vealey

Winter Jig.

There`s a low winters` moon
Just above the tree line.
There`s a low winters` moon
Just over the horizon.
It`s maybe the Sun,
But who can say?
All I know is winters` here again.
Looks so pure n` beautiful.
Snow over fields and
Dark days.
There`s a low winter moon
And its`just above the sea.
It maybe the Sun,
But who can say?
All I know is winters` stark n`
Freezing.
And all we do is look out and
Say is
What a beautiful day,
To be inside.
There`s a low winters` moon
And it looks like sheer beauty.

Read the full of Winter Jig.

'Halcyon Days'.

I`ve thought about those halycon days.
So carefree, yet so empty.
Tried to feel the pain of others.
For that outdated notion
Of us all being 'brothers'.
Oh yep!
Humanity.
Cried so hard to set you all free
Of the shackles,

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