Stephen Wylie

Rookie - 424 Points (Glasgow)

Stephen Wylie Poems

1. To Robert Frost 8/26/2013
2. Getting High 8/26/2013
3. Regularity Is Required 8/26/2013
4. An Uphill Drive To Copt Oak 8/26/2013
5. Unearthly Glow 8/26/2013
6. The Weight Of The World 8/26/2013
7. Attenborough Nature Park 8/26/2013
8. The Aged Smoker 8/26/2013
9. The Holy Spirit 8/26/2013
10. Swans Of The Grand Union Canal 8/26/2013
11. Too Sensitive By Far 8/26/2013
12. Sanity And Insanity 8/26/2013
13. Smoking In The Rain 8/26/2013
14. Recall 8/26/2013
15. Pan Semi-Sapiens 1/31/2014
16. Taking Literature A Bit Seriously 2/15/2014
17. Lost In Cleverness 5/30/2014
18. Weltmeisterschaft (Poem Is In English!) 7/22/2014
19. Daffodils Revisited 8/26/2013
20. The Red Planet 8/26/2013
21. Spring Is Late 8/26/2013
22. World Cup Fever Till The End Of The World 6/22/2014
23. Villanelle From Hell 4/26/2014
24. Ebola 11/23/2014
25. Winter In High Latitudes 2/15/2014
26. Tea And Harmony 8/26/2013
27. Taking The Cemetery Short-Cut On A Damp Day 8/19/2013
28. A Guilty Pleasure 8/26/2013
29. Darkness Lessens 2/20/2014
30. Jimi Hendrix 8/26/2013
Best Poem of Stephen Wylie

Jimi Hendrix

There are two times in history,
Before Hendrix and after.
In a time of dull conformity,
Jimi came and set us free:
Banishing the black and grey,
The discipline that overstayed
World War Two's necessity.
He blew the war's cobwebs away,
Restored the colours we had lost,
In a glowing rock glasnost;
Helped us articulate our dreams,
Reduced the flow of silent screams.

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Too Sensitive By Far

I stagger off the sweltering bus,
And enter blessed shade.
Its cool brings soothing respite
From the searing glare.

It seems not very long ago,
That this whole land was frozen.
Yet now we suffer from the heat,
And its companion pollen.

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