Aaron Marchant

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Summer friends now fall away with autumn leaves
Yet I, the last man standing,
will stay faithful to our covenant of kinder days.
I still see the warm smiles of summer eyes
Sunset At Sunrise
The light is fading on this life
only a flicker now remains
Instinct tries to stoke the fire
but reason wants to damp the flames
A Canterbury Retail
Our motives may not be religious,
yet still we make our pilgrimages
And following a sat-nav star,
we pack like sardines in the car
Working Week
Once again, we resume our role in the theatre
of stoic, vapid conversation and waterless tears
A polite dance around anything of substance or emotion
The thin wage packet at the end of the month,
Lovers Leap
Did I hold you a little too close? Kiss you a little too tenderly?
You looked at me bemused and inquisitive, then smiled confidently.
I had blown my cover. Shown my hand,
and lost you in a moment of unguarded sincerity.


Adrian Flett 28 September 2018
Kipling will be proud, 'my son'
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Adrian Flett 26 September 2018
What deep and lyrical lines of Soliloquy, I read the poem over and over
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Ruta Mohapatra 26 September 2018
Some of Aaron's poems are really beautiful. Enjoyed reading them. They are like a breath of fresh air. This poet will go a long way.
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