Treasure Island

Stephen Wylie

(Glasgow)

Poems of Stephen Wylie

1. A Guilty Pleasure 8/26/2013
2. An Uphill Drive to Copt Oak 8/26/2013
3. Attenborough Nature Park 8/26/2013
4. Daffodils Revisited 8/26/2013
5. Darkness Lessens 2/20/2014
6. Getting High 8/26/2013
7. Jimi Hendrix 8/26/2013
8. Lost in Cleverness 5/30/2014
9. Pan Semi-Sapiens 1/31/2014
10. Recall 8/26/2013
11. Regularity is Required 8/26/2013
12. Sanity and Insanity 8/26/2013
13. Smoking in the Rain 8/26/2013
14. Spring Is Late 8/26/2013
15. Swans of the Grand Union Canal 8/26/2013
16. Taking Literature a Bit Seriously 2/15/2014
17. Taking the Cemetery Short-cut on a Damp Day 8/19/2013
18. Tea and Harmony 8/26/2013
19. The Aged Smoker 8/26/2013
20. The Holy Spirit 8/26/2013

The Red Planet

The planet's red,
And very dead;
It's air so thin
It's barely there.
The nights are cold
And so's the day;
Yet howling storms
Sometimes unfold
And blow the dust away.

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