Charles Hancock


Charles Hancock Poems

41. Beguiled 3/18/2013
42. Habitual Darkness 4/6/2013
43. Faded Glory 4/10/2013
44. The Oasis 4/18/2013
45. If I... 5/2/2013
46. Manufactured Reality 5/23/2013
47. Run Away With Me 8/26/2013
48. Out Of The Blue 9/18/2013
49. A Thousand 11/23/2013
50. Whiskey Or Cyanide 7/21/2013
51. Sighs Matters 7/29/2013
52. Soliloquy By The Sea 12/7/2013
53. The Sacred Art Of Tranquility 1/22/2014
54. Cold Twilight 1/28/2014
55. Polaroid 2/3/2014
56. Little Boy Blue 2/11/2014
57. The Vamp 12/28/2013
58. Hell In Heels 3/11/2014
59. March Madness 3/29/2014
60. The Crossing 6/2/2014
61. Life Of A Social Butterfly 6/4/2014
62. Obama-Nation 6/20/2014
63. Licorice Whips And Wet Lips 7/1/2014
64. Rebel Yell 7/10/2014
65. Dixie Cup 7/14/2014
66. Love Nouveau 4/30/2014
67. Creation 9/4/2014
68. September 9/16/2014
69. Love Potion 9/24/2014
70. The Storm 10/17/2014
71. The Poppy Field 11/12/2014
72. Midnight Blue 11/27/2014
73. Old Hopes And New Shoes 12/18/2014
74. The Fickle Finger Of Fate 5/10/2015
75. Middle Aged Man 5/10/2015
76. Granddad 6/9/2015
77. A Loving Cup 6/9/2015
78. His Mind 6/17/2015
79. Red Flower 8/14/2015
80. Karaoke 12/11/2015
Best Poem of Charles Hancock

Remember Me

On that pleasant spring morning,
when the birds are out and performing
and the sun's rays are warming

Remember me

On that sultry summer night
after the thunderstorm yielded its might
and the moon is revealing a little light

Remember me

On that crisp autumn day
when you have time to whittle away
and the leaves are an intense color buffet

Remember me

On that raw winter twilight
when the sun is inching out of sight
and you're ready to call it a night

Remember me

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My Morning

An audible disturbance reverberated in the wee hours
Lurching out of bed, my eyes squinting and my body weary
Oh joy, the railroad is needing me on this morning dreary

Fumbling with the phone in the dark, I dropped it twice
Clearing my throat, I answered it, sounding barely alive
The caller mumbled something at oh-four-thirty-five

Shuffling to the sink to slosh cold water on my face

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