Stanley Collymore

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Stanley Collymore Poems

1. Genuine Love 6/3/2013
2. You Inspire Me Very Much 6/3/2013
3. The Artless Charmer 6/4/2013
4. Being With You 6/4/2013
5. Cause And Effect 6/4/2013
6. The Illogicality Of Commonsense 6/4/2013
7. Electronic Love 6/4/2013
8. Femininity Unbounded 6/4/2013
9. Challenge 6/4/2013
10. Think Positively 6/4/2013
11. Different And Proud Of It! 6/4/2013
12. A Foreseen Tragedy 6/4/2013
13. The Inner Me 6/4/2013
14. Always There 6/4/2013
15. A New Awakening 6/4/2013
16. Future Trend 6/4/2013
17. An Unsurpassed Lady! 6/4/2013
18. Christine – The Classic Woman 6/4/2013
19. Your Decision! 6/4/2013
20. Rene – Portrait Of A Black Beauty 6/4/2013
21. You’re Out Of Line! 6/4/2013
22. English Magistrates 6/5/2013
23. The Violator 6/6/2013
24. Soul Presence 6/6/2013
25. A Fit Of Madness 6/6/2013
26. Do Me A Favour And Permanently Get Lost! 6/6/2013
27. A Core Issue 6/6/2013
28. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad – Iconic And Truly Inspirational! 6/11/2013
29. A Declaration Of Love 6/15/2013
30. The Epitome Of Rectitude 5/30/2013
31. The Luxury Of Hindsight! 5/31/2013
32. Carry On Killing! 6/1/2013
33. Kenneth G. Doughlin 6/1/2013
34. An Analysis On Being Used 6/1/2013
35. A Good Mix 6/1/2013
36. I Want Nothing Else, Really! 6/1/2013
37. Be Flexible 6/15/2013
38. Lasting Effects 6/15/2013
39. Emotions 6/15/2013
40. Slipping Away 6/15/2013
Best Poem of Stanley Collymore

Fair Weather Friend

By Stanley Collymore

Your friendship means the world to me and will remain
Unalterably as solid as any friendship could possibly
Be, unless of course unwittingly or deliberately
You get yourself into any difficulty that’s
Likely to prove uncomfortable or
Embarrassing for me; in which
Case I reserve the right to unilaterally
Change my mind, then either flow with the
Tide of those who condemn and despise
You or simply sit uneasily on the
Fence of time, waiting for an
Outcome before deciding
Which way I should
Jump, as any ...

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Carry On Killing!

By Stanley Collymore

We need a war:
as we have no answers of any kind for the
repeated failures and full-scale collapse
of the economy, which we've
persistently botched up with such
stunning regularity through our
exceptional mediocrity; so

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