Ayn Timmerman


Ayn Timmerman Poems

1. Blighted 7/12/2007
2. A Quiet Mind 7/12/2007
3. Step One: 7/13/2007
4. After The Fourth, Nothing Really Happens. 7/13/2007
5. Ecology 7/17/2007
6. Conventions 7/23/2007
7. Feel It, Believe It 7/23/2007
8. Did You Catch It? 7/26/2007
9. Cerulean Blue 7/26/2007
10. Break Loose 7/26/2007
11. Yeah, I Still See It. 7/26/2007
12. Paths 8/3/2007
13. Reverse Genisis 8/3/2007
14. Nukes 8/11/2007
15. The Appeal 1/26/2008
16. Movement 2/1/2008
17. Smells Like Teen Spirit's Dead 2/6/2008
18. Thoughts That Waste Your Time 2/10/2008
19. Poem On Anger 2/24/2008
20. A Park In Paris 3/9/2008
21. Highway Poem 3/29/2008
22. Phobia? 7/12/2007
23. Sometimes I Can Hear The Confusion And Sorrow 7/12/2007
24. G.R. 7/12/2007
25. To The Reader 8/25/2007
26. The Meaning Of The Word 8/31/2007
27. I Been Down So Long 8/31/2007
28. The Horsewoman (For Ellen) 8/18/2007
29. Farm Sketch 8/19/2007
30. The Change (Fall) 8/21/2007
31. An Introvert's Hell 8/24/2007
32. Masses 8/25/2007
33. Extraction 10/19/2007
34. Sheep 8/12/2007
35. Insects 8/15/2007
36. The Death Of A Small Town 10/28/2007
37. Reconstruction 8/11/2007
38. Radio 8/15/2007

Comments about Ayn Timmerman

  • Goldy Locks (10/18/2007 8:40:00 AM)

    Ayn, very glad to have found you. Starting writing poems to entertain yourself? I did/do the same. Keep entertaining. Because you're not only entertaining yourself now. Budding talent. Blossoming poet. Your writing is evocative and charged. Passionate and sensible. May you be blessed with eternal inspiration~!

    best care
    sjg -~-

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Best Poem of Ayn Timmerman

Radio

With a flick of a switch
I discovered the entire
world had jumped without me.

The first station began talking
of solid ground, hope, and
Him.

Trying again, this time
bombings, genocide,
and numbers of dead.

Both stations hours before-
were streaming hit after hit,
wailing of timeless emotions
of love, rage, and addiction.

Now, in its place, testimony
of the existence of heaven and hell,

where before brainless notes
half-heartedly stimulated a numb mind.

Then I moved the switch
to FM and forgot
what I heard just...

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Ecology

I.

The sun has brought
the temperature up to
lukewarm, inviting
rusty-green algae to bloom
and be stirred, dripping
wet on the end of
a stick held in the hands of

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