Benjamin Markham Poems
- March When March came it brought the cold Your palm held my ...
- As The Rain Fell You left your hand hanging out of the ...
- 11/04/07 My patience came to the party fashionably ...
- Patience I brushed my teeth 'till they bled last night as ...
- The Ark I had a thought about how the world should be About ...
- The Lavender I walked through a meadow across a salty ...
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I had a thought about how the world should be
About Power -
I ran my fingers through my hair
I counted every strand -
Only to find, hidden
A bald Spot
From which years of neglect
Was there no colour left
We shook hands as we met, our palms
This day was supposed to be celebrated
they said -
All I could think of was Mary, and
the way she held my stare.
I waved to the shore as
the envelope of the Tide
recipricated against the rocks,
I knocked on each door, Slowly
they trickled out -
We ate together, We ...