Dean Meredith


Dean Meredith Poems

121. Hide And Seek 8/1/2014
122. Not The One 8/1/2014
123. The Very Last 10/29/2012
124. Ten Past Four 10/29/2012
125. No Bother 11/3/2012
126. Fireflies 3/4/2014
127. Forever When 4/16/2014
128. Deliver Me 4/24/2014
129. Me Being Me 4/25/2014
130. I'D Like To Meet Your Dragon 9/2/2014
131. Something About You 9/2/2014
132. Performance Artiste 9/7/2014
133. Hemlock And Honey 9/9/2014
134. Christmas Snacks 9/17/2014
135. Dear Daughter 9/22/2014
136. So Short 9/28/2014
137. No Complaints Here 9/28/2014
138. Ernestly Dreaming 9/29/2014
139. Out To Pasture 10/4/2014
140. Green Fields 10/5/2014
141. The Slow Burn 10/5/2014
142. Lovely Things 10/9/2014
143. Pearl In The Sky 10/18/2014
144. Psycho Part 1 10/19/2014
145. Herr Doktor 10/19/2014
146. Two And A Half Zen 11/2/2014
147. Outside Out 11/2/2014
148. Ode To A Girl With Perfect Lips 11/5/2014
149. How To Spot A Pervert 11/8/2014
150. My Angel 11/8/2014
151. That Rabbit 11/25/2014
152. Sweet Relief 12/6/2014
153. The Girl With X-Ray Eyes 4/30/2014
154. Open Source V1.0 4/12/2015
155. No Time To Spare 4/27/2015
156. The Mandalay Horse 4/27/2015
157. I Don’t Know 5/19/2015
158. No Place Like Rome 5/19/2015
159. Shooters 6/7/2015
160. Clean Sheets 7/3/2015
Best Poem of Dean Meredith

Stray Cat Café

On a dreary day too poor for a name,
He dragged himself down to the little café,
Flat white and a paper, always the same,
He fumbled for coins and something to say,
His hand struck silver, but his mind no gold,
The coffee machine frothed a mocking hiss,
His soft fingers touched the counter so cold,
And there she was, a sunny shining miss,
All glowing with life and lighter than air,
Pink lemonade cheeks and strawberry lips,
A chef’s hat hiding her blonde wistful hair,
Uniform jealously guarding her hips,
As soon as she smiled, his fears departed, ...

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Stray Cat Café

On a dreary day too poor for a name,
He dragged himself down to the little café,
Flat white and a paper, always the same,
He fumbled for coins and something to say,
His hand struck silver, but his mind no gold,
The coffee machine frothed a mocking hiss,
His soft fingers touched the counter so cold,
And there she was, a sunny shining miss,
All glowing with life and lighter than air,

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