Cailey Martin

Cailey Martin Poems

1. The Tinsel Tree 8/30/2015
2. Reflecting On Mirror Lake 8/30/2015
3. I Was Going To Write A Poem 8/30/2015
4. If Monet Had Seen What I Have Seen 8/30/2015
5. Knee-Highs 8/30/2015
6. Moon Bells 8/30/2015
7. In Decision 8/30/2015
8. A Brief & Secular Prayer To This Immaculate Moment 8/30/2015
9. A Confession 9/13/2015
10. Divine Rumor 1/15/2016
11. Salty Suspension 8/30/2015
12. Regarding Chips And Swatches 8/30/2015
13. (love) Letter To The Sun's Expiry 8/30/2015
14. Toy People 8/30/2015
15. When You Were Under 8/30/2015
16. Sidewalk Dilemmas 8/30/2015
17. A Sonnet For Lasting Through The Night 9/2/2015
18. Lipstick 8/30/2015

Comments about Cailey Martin

  • Fabrizio Frosini Fabrizio Frosini (8/30/2015 8:44:00 AM)

    I've read all your first 12 poems posted here.. and it is a ''LIKE''. Yes, you're a real poet, Cailey. WELCOME!

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Best Poem of Cailey Martin


Girl sits in front of a
Pink and white vanity,
Feeling vain
But rather plain
At the same time
Brushes her hair
Brushes her teeth
But she doesn't like what she sees 
So she puts lipstick on the mirror,
Not on in the mirror but 
On the mirror,
Painting glass a deep smooth 
Crimson shade of shade
Slow strokes
Creamy blend
Rounding corners and trying not to
Have an accident.
Cars on the freeway,
Switching lanes.
Creamblend cream blend
Cream blend.
Lipstick on the mirror now,
Mirror smiling bright and rosy
While girl ...

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The Tinsel Tree

As the last segments of shimmering
life-fog light slip beneath
the oaken skyline, an anxious gust hurries
to fill the aftermath. With a

jolt, wearied limbs contemplate
motion—knobby, woody arms futile
in their resistance to change. Two hundred
thousand flags raise, proclaiming defeat,

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