Cory Fox Poems
|41.||Pearls Before Swine||10/1/2010|
|44.||Space For Rent||4/2/2011|
|45.||I Know You'Re Smiling||5/18/2011|
|46.||I Love This Guy||6/19/2011|
|47.||Love Thy Stranger||7/30/2011|
|49.||Through Thick And Thin||11/14/2011|
|50.||Nothing But A Dirty Mirror||3/7/2012|
|51.||Socks And Sandals||10/24/2012|
|55.||My Complete Opinion Of The Ocean||4/6/2011|
|56.||A Box With Your Name||12/19/2010|
|57.||Fragments And Run-On Sentences||9/27/2010|
|59.||Fish Of A Different Color||9/28/2010|
Comments about Cory Fox
Boys and girls, take your places
It's time again, I'm sure you know
To wear your happy faces
Because we all love a good show
Dear ladies and gentlemen,
What's up my sleeves won't fool the wise
But don't you be so blind then
To what a smiling face belies
No cards, no doves, no trap door,
certainly no black and white stick!
How then can you be so sure
That you don't believe in magic?
For everyone crowded here
It seemed beyond reason and rhyme
Why then did none volunteer?
You fell for my act all this time
No will left to control...
Quintet I: 'Blind'
Should gold be had from lead
Forge me a lavish crown
Because it need not be said
What makes the world go round
'Try and fill my cup with empathy,
Or to this starving belly stave, '
What silly beggars rant and rave'
Dust to dust, you can't fight the symmetry, '