Chris Lane


Chris Lane Poems

1. Mary 1/8/2007
2. Man Clancy_Down Under 1/24/2007
3. Shakespearean Validation. 2/14/2007
4. Poetesses Of Ireland 4/6/2007
5. Down By The Ocean. 4/18/2007
6. Casting Shadows In Debris Field 4/24/2007
7. Carraig Clíona 5/4/2007
8. Numismatic Haul. 5 Francs 6/16/2007
9. Solstice Time 6/21/2007
10. Two-Pronged Love Attack 6/24/2007
11. Inverness Ridge 7/19/2007
12. Omen 7/29/2007
13. Chattahoochee - With Dancing Dryads 9/14/2007
14. Your Heat Signature (Liberty And Release) 9/23/2007
15. Cyberscribe, Dear 11/24/2007
16. Even The Truth 12/9/2007
17. On Your Sixteenth 1/6/2008
18. Santa Came Early Last Christmas 1/12/2008
19. Roswell Legend. Roswell New Mexico 2/1/2008
20. Unnecessary Confession 2/8/2008
21. Birthday Call 2/10/2008
22. To A Goddess After The Lunar Eclipse 2/23/2008
23. Nuacht 3/19/2008
24. Student Potter 3/21/2008
25. Duke In The Wind. 5/4/2008
26. Mother In Time 5/11/2008
27. The Bride Is Beautiful But She Is Married To Another Man. 5/24/2008
28. Gaza Blackouts 5/29/2008
29. Found Freedom 6/1/2008
30. Olive 6/15/2008
31. Data Base 7/4/2008
32. It Is Better For A Long Haired Blind Man To Have A Hair Cut Now Rather Than Later 7/10/2008
33. Tenzin Gyatso - The Dalai Lama Suggests 7/26/2008
34. Extraordinary Rendition - The Truth Shall Set You Free. 8/8/2008
35. Boomerang Back - Historical Artifact 238 Years Later 8/23/2008
36. What Happens In Vegas Stays In Vegas! 8/24/2008
37. Ramadan Crescent Moon 9/3/2008
38. Altair Voyager The Twin Hulled Oil Tanker 9/9/2008
39. Earth Day Someday Yesterday 5/20/2007
40. Your Completeness. 4/9/2008
Best Poem of Chris Lane

Alien Love

Alien Love
Sent from above
Characteristically,
Inherent Perfection.

What could be better?
In this brutal hot weather,
Other than, an encounter with:
Inter-dimensional love.

Strange phenomena
May come and go.
Like fast moving lights
In the night, I’ve known.

Like seeds I’ve sown:
So, so far from home
Have grown;
Alien Love.

Read the full of Alien Love

Man Clancy_Down Under

There was a man from kinsale
Who wished never to sail,
'Till one day - starvation ravaged his lands
With this he threw up his hands.

Sceach by his side on an ocean wide.
Granuawale, cut freely
The three mast schooner
The wind blew her sooner

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