Gabhriel Londe Poems
|1.||A Real Crazy Person||8/24/2013|
|2.||No Safe Words||8/28/2013|
|5.||I See You||9/6/2013|
|6.||Walk The Yard||9/14/2013|
|7.||When Boog Went Bust||2/7/2014|
|8.||Osage Beach (Here We Come)||6/28/2012|
|9.||An Evening In Some Poet's Den (A Title Poem)||2/7/2014|
|10.||All Of It||2/7/2014|
|11.||Life Is Tough Everywhere||2/7/2014|
|12.||The Free-Form Poet's Sedoka||2/7/2014|
|13.||A Fight Well Fought Is Not Always Won||6/27/2012|
|14.||It Is Night||6/28/2012|
|15.||Resentment As The End||6/28/2012|
|16.||At A Writer's Workshop||6/28/2012|
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At A Writer's Workshop
The stained dark beige walls stare at me.
They think they know me,
So they start to close in
To get a better look,
And I tell them to back off.
They don't know me,
No one in this room knows me,
But they think I am a poet.
I might be,
But I'm not even sure that I am.
What makes them so sure
That my front can be trusted?
If I hit the arrogant, foolish girl next to me
Over the head with her stack of half-used notebooks,
Will they then see me as something
Closer to who I am?
There are some poets
That would do ...
Resentment As The End
When they had rid themselves of their first scapegoat
To send their problems away with it,
It came back as the demon Azazel.
If a goat, in its resentment, could do that,
What worse things could humans become?
What could this world create?
Someday, we will find out,