Doom and Gloom

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Doom and Gloom Poems

1. Regret 9/3/2010
2. Day And Night 8/6/2008
3. Insubstantial 2/20/2007
4. Indomitable 3/6/2007
5. Insipid 2/26/2007
6. I Dream Of Conquest 2/26/2007
7. Slight Change 2/21/2007
8. Together 2/21/2007
9. Evolution 4/10/2007
10. Final Call 2/23/2007
11. Solemnity 2/22/2007
12. Contagion 2/23/2007
13. Pulse 2/23/2007
14. Individual Focus 2/21/2007
15. Sandman 2/21/2007
16. Tale Of Future Past 2/21/2007
17. Possession 2/26/2007
18. To Whom It May Concern 2/21/2007
19. Comfortable 2/22/2007
20. Good Vs Evil 3/6/2007
21. Bruised & Burnt 2/22/2007
22. Alone 7/27/2007
23. Moonchild Dreamer 4/23/2007
24. City Of Doom 2/26/2007
25. Remembrance 2/21/2007
26. Without Company 2/22/2007
27. Old Hag 2/21/2007
28. Choices 2/21/2007
29. Broken 2/26/2007
30. How Can I Tell Her? 2/22/2007
31. Black And White 2/26/2007
32. Betrayal 2/20/2007

Comments about Doom and Gloom

  • Quench Thirst (9/11/2007 3:39:00 AM)

    I just happened onto your poems by accident and I think they are excellent. They get the message in a flowing, rhyming, easily read manner. As soon as I read the first one I liked it, then the next was equally good and so on. Thankyou for posting these.

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  • Shar Thompson (7/10/2007 10:48:00 AM)

    Passion and poison… could be a lethal combination.

  • Marvin Brato (6/26/2007 11:40:00 PM)

    I thingk it should be GLOOM AND DOOM! It must be the cause before the effect, right? Anyway, I salute to your talent bro.

  • Francois Hoon (6/11/2007 1:43:00 PM)

    You are such a good writer, don't let your poetry be limited by your name
    Blessings, Francois

  • Francois Hoon (6/11/2007 2:38:00 AM)

    You definately have a talent like few in the world my friend, but I'm worried about your soul. It cannot just be that you imagine these things you are writing. I think you must be experiencing them to be able to express it so vividly. May you find peace...

    'For what does it profit a man if he gains the whole world, and loses his own soul? '
    Mark 8: 36

  • Mo. (6/2/2007 1:07:00 PM)

    Keep It Up! !

  • Young And Smart (5/8/2007 10:01:00 PM)

    Your poems are excellent. They're a great combination of grief and pain... I haven't really picked a favorite out of all of your poems, they're all to equal on the 'greatness' scale. Once again, excellent work, and keep producing such lovely poems.

  • Teresa Sykes (4/19/2007 2:24:00 PM)

    I like your poems.......there great........pain and sadness is a great combination

  • Lilith Rose Reitenbach (4/2/2007 1:49:00 AM)

    Such sadness...such pain...such dark greatness...

  • Andrew Michaels (3/28/2007 2:19:00 AM)

    As silent sheds silence I swear
    The less my weary heart must share
    I have the worst of fears it seems
    That man pines for his past extremes

    the pale color of man
    andrew michaels

    I appreciate your work, it is both doom and gloom,
    I shall read more of your material... best wishes, AM

Best Poem of Doom and Gloom

Betrayal

Good day to thee my worthless friend, I see you’ve shown your full intent
While others rally to defend, no one knows where you went
Hello to thee my part time chum, I see you fled the dragons lair
While former friends die one by one, they turn for help but you're not there
Greetings to thee my life long mate, we trusted you with all our hearts
We remembered you in final thoughts, as we watched ourselves get ripped apart
Goodbye to you fair-weather friend, was good until you turned and fled
Think of us from time to time, the ones you loved then left for dead

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Insubstantial

Be still my heart, that postures and postulates
Stop to dream, to wish and care
Desist your thumps and thuds that aggravate
Flesh and blood, no romance there
Be gone, old heart which flounders and fails
Give me love so I can live
No more hurt from old time tales
Nothing left for me to give
Enough, dear heart, that breaks and tears

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