Anthony Dawson

Rookie (01/08/1970 / Camperdown, Sydney)

Anthony Dawson Poems

41. Early Morning 4/29/2005

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  • Anton K Anton K (11/9/2015 10:32:00 AM)

    Don't listen to Ashley Olson - you are a very fine poet.

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  • Ashley Olson (4/29/2005 12:11:00 PM)

    Your poem Early Morning was interesting. It took me a couple of times to read it to understand it. However your type of writing style is just not my type. In my eyes your poem was alright.

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Early Morning

Early morning changes my colour,
Weakens my magnet for you to escape into sleep
I asked the girl in the corridor if she was a
Morning bird, she smiled then floated into the
Lacquered afternoon
So easy for her
Does she know of her boyfriends addiction?

The sea has tempted me from Europe
I can't abide by words; they are forever changing,
Working towards a plot for some insane script.

The funeral of a small town
Don't send flowers
Donate them to guilt
Innocence once held power
Now, not even a memory can realise the coup.

Her eyes ...

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I'M A Liar

I’m a liar at least once a day,

a liar who confesses in some small way.

Richest pickings to fall upon,

sailing could never be smooth in truth.

Blood as thick as ice and mind as hard as tundra ice,

sometimes melted to become a tear.

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