Alistair Graham

Veteran Poet - 1,190 Points (Belfast)

Alistair Graham Poems

1. Timepiece 1/7/2014
2. Un-Beloved 1/7/2014
3. Birth Wrong 1/7/2014
4. Post No Bills 1/7/2014
5. Your Place 1/7/2014
6. Voice Message 1/7/2014
7. Knock On The Door 3/16/2014
8. Abc 4/4/2015
9. After The Golden Thread 4/4/2015
10. Bedside Matters 4/4/2015
11. Business, As Usual 4/4/2015
12. Chat-Up Mop 4/4/2015
13. Clown Face 4/4/2015
14. He Didn’t Dare 4/4/2015
15. He Laughs 4/4/2015
16. Poet Fan 4/4/2015
17. Soup Of The Day 4/4/2015
18. Text Message 4/4/2015
19. The New Forest (A Twist On Ogden Nash’s Twist On Joyce Kilmer’s Poem, Trees) 4/4/2015
20. Men Know 4/4/2015
21. Dreamless (Inspiration From A Painting By Rosaleen Davey In The Irish Writers Centre, Dublin) 4/4/2015
22. Pay Slip 4/4/2015
23. Poetry Shelf 4/4/2015
24. The Creggan White Hare 4/4/2015
25. The Time Of Your Life 4/4/2015
26. Too Big 4/4/2015
27. Unaltered State Of Consciousness 4/4/2015
28. Move On 4/5/2015
29. Café Climate 4/5/2015
30. Convenient Affair 4/5/2015
31. Meddle Winner 4/5/2015
32. Manna Mania 4/5/2015
33. The Chippy 4/5/2015
34. Hiding From Humanity 11/22/2015
35. Like A Copper Coin 6/17/2017
36. I'm Your Granny, Mr 6/17/2017
37. Blood Test 6/17/2017
38. Choir Boy 6/17/2017
39. Hedge Their Bets 6/17/2017
40. A Thing 6/17/2017

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Best Poem of Alistair Graham

Black Death

That of God in every man, can you see it?
Pull back the yellow stained curtains;
chisel out the crusted mess from your eyes

collect the stinking garments, bring them to the fire
scramble over the self-erected barricades
begin the journey to the land that bears fruit

The scales and blinkers will spring away
and down, like giant hale stones descending
onto a drum, stretched with lambskin.

Skin, bloodied and scarred by searing juices on lit coals -
a sour breath from mouths sucking on vinegar sponges -
a congregation of Protestant and Catholic ...

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Keep Your Head On

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The shirt for tomorrow
hangs over the dinning room chair;

a headless man, arms by his side
waiting for morning.

Fill him up with poached eggs

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