Stephen Wylie

Freshman - 518 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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Daffodils Revisited

I wandered lonely as a cloud,
Into the kitchen where I saw
My flowers looking none too proud;
Especially my daffodils.
In their little pot they sag
Upon the crowded window sill.

Sufficient water they've not had,
Nor potting out into more dirt.

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