Barry Middleton


Barry Middleton Poems

281. Girl On The Sidewalk 2/14/2016
282. Rain On The Bayou 2/14/2016
283. In Lavender 2/14/2016
284. The Bear 2/14/2016
285. Forgotten Snow 2/14/2016
286. Ephemeron 2/15/2016
287. Surreal Landscape 2/15/2016
288. Final Landscape 2/15/2016
289. Nuclear 2/15/2016
290. The Essence 2/15/2016
291. Night Beach 2/16/2016
292. Winter 2/11/2016
293. Before All 2/16/2016
294. Rituals 2/16/2016
295. Shower Of Rain 2/16/2016
296. Musician 2/16/2016
297. Order 2/16/2016
298. Sixth Letter From Zeno 2/16/2016
299. Memory Of Dust 2/16/2016
300. Rain Kisses In The Eyes Of Fire 2/16/2016
301. Sun Angel 2/16/2016
302. Lost Muse 2/17/2016
303. Obstacles To Ecstasy 2/17/2016
304. Annual Prayer To The Raintree 2/17/2016
305. Light And Darkness 2/17/2016
306. Every Woman 2/17/2016
307. A Shining On Dew 2/17/2016
308. In A Lost Crowd 2/17/2016
309. Strangest Lover 2/17/2016
310. We 2/19/2016
311. Plant A New Tree 2/19/2016
312. Wet Afternoon 2/19/2016
313. Unlearned 2/19/2016
314. Answer Forty Seven 2/19/2016
315. Four Haiku 2/19/2016
316. Harmonium 2/20/2016
317. Midnight Landscape 2/20/2016
318. For A Lost Lover 2/20/2016
319. Waiting For The Storm 2/20/2016
320. The Cusp Of Uncertainty 2/20/2016
Best Poem of Barry Middleton

Letter To Myself

I wish that I had written you
when I was young and strong and wise
I knew that I would never die
I'd face the world without disguise

but as I pen this note to you
I have grown old and tired and weak
but I recall that hopeful youth
it is to you that I must speak

I can but say what I was told
to quietly sit and watch the crowd
and see the good and evil there
and think before I speak aloud

and though I wrote it long ago
I would not take my own advice
and that has put me on this path
with wishing that I had thought twice

I've come to ...

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Pantomime And Song

did you ever hear a pantomime
yes that may seem impossible
but music plays within my mind

saints and sinners gather there
and it may seem improbable
the devil sneers and sits upon a chair

on His throne the God of Love

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