Sacha Hayes O'Grady

Sacha Hayes O'Grady Poems

1. If I Should Wake Up And Be Old 1/10/2013
2. Who Profits While The People Pay 3/1/2013
3. Persephone 3/2/2013
4. A Fragment 3/2/2013
5. A Lamentation 3/9/2013
6. The Solitary Rose 3/10/2013
7. The Constellations Keep Their Time 8/13/2013
8. Amid The Awful Multitude 12/7/2013
9. How Cruel This World In Which We Live 12/7/2013
10. The Clouds Amass 1/18/2014
11. To The Muses 9/13/2014
12. To Be Remembered For An Age 10/20/2015
13. An Anchorite By The Sea 11/8/2015
14. While On My Walk I Saw A Rose -new- 11/20/2015
15. To A Homeless Person 2/21/2013
16. Farewell Forever 10/20/2014
17. On The Loss Of A Loved One 10/4/2014
18. All Mortal Creatures Pass Away 3/1/2013
19. To A Friend 1/11/2013
20. Beneath The Dome Of Ancient Night 1/11/2013
21. The Spider Knits Its Silver Web 12/7/2013
Best Poem of Sacha Hayes O'Grady

The Spider Knits Its Silver Web

The spider knits its silver web,
In hope to seize a falling star,
While all the while the moon does ebb,
Still gazing at it from afar.

For yet I think a stronger thread
Do you and I together weave,
How when apart, my spirit’s fled,
Half of my heart, I hate to leave.

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A Lamentation

The endless streets are filled with drones,
Chattering on their mobile phones,
Who talk, and yet have naught to say,
Twittering all their lives away,
Like beings without flame of thought,
A petty web of dimness caught
Are they, and all their fellow ilk,
Who swallow so much corporate bilk,
Like flocks to a new religion,

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