Gary Scott Gebert

Rookie (05/31/62 / Milwaukee, WI)

Gary Scott Gebert Poems

1. Wildflowers 10/2/2004
2. Somebody Else 3/26/2005
3. Teabag 3/26/2005
4. Hummingbird 3/27/2005
5. Hollow 3/26/2005
6. My Last Breath 3/26/2005
7. My Struggle Within 3/26/2005
8. Waterfall 3/18/2005
9. Atlantic Waves 10/20/2004
10. Writer's Block 10/6/2004
11. Numb-Bers 7/22/2005
12. Morning 2/11/2012
13. Collected 2/11/2012
14. Voice 2/11/2012
15. Bath 2/11/2012
16. Lemonade 2/11/2012
17. Winter's Rose 2/14/2012
18. Little Birds 11/2/2013
19. Dust Bunny 2/11/2012
20. For Heather 2/11/2012
21. Snow Angel 2/11/2012
22. A Tearing At The Seams 10/12/2004
23. Raining Blood 10/6/2004
24. Candles 10/12/2004
25. The Dark Cage 10/2/2004
26. Autumn 10/20/2004
27. Belly Dancer 10/20/2004
28. Betraying Signs 10/20/2004
29. Naked 10/2/2004
30. Womb 12/5/2004
31. Marionettes 12/5/2004
32. Achluophobia 12/5/2004
33. Sedated 10/2/2004
34. Dead Flowers 3/18/2005
35. Hangman 10/20/2004
36. Floating To The Surface 10/12/2004
37. A Face In The Crowd 10/12/2004
38. I'M Dying In My Dreams 10/6/2004
39. A Silent Goodbye 10/6/2004
40. Cold Shower 10/2/2004

Comments about Gary Scott Gebert

  • Linda Preston (3/27/2005 3:23:00 PM)

    I have just discovered Gary. He is very, very good. If he's not published he should be.

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  • , , , (12/5/2004 4:29:00 PM)

    I have read much of your work, sir.

    and I have enjoyed so much indeed,
    with special admiration, for the poems,
    A Face In The Crowd and I'm Dying In My Dreams.

    You have, in these pieces, and others that I read,
    a great capacity, to combine
    depth, brilliance and integrity.

    Thank you for the warmed pleasure, I was able to walk away with.

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  • James Grengs (10/20/2004 9:20:00 PM)

    Gary, I love your poems! they're dark, but it's the kind of dark that makes a person think about themself- it's all very good.
    ~James

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Best Poem of Gary Scott Gebert

A Face In The Crowd

At a distance I see you
with a look of distant sorrow
or perhaps my perception of what life is like
to someone with no hope

I study the features of your face
wondering what that gloom is
glistening black hair over your eyes
covering a secret I can feel from my seat

In my head I try to guess who you are
I play the game of discovery
only to forget that it's only a game
in which you play a part unknowingly

Are you happy with your life
perhaps not yet a question you can answer
until it's too late
until you discover want you want will never ...

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Hummingbird

The sun shone today,
leaving a ray of hope on the pillow.
Caressed gently by the warm breeze,
I pretend to sleep.

Lying here next to you,
I listen, hearing your shallow breath.
Content to watch an angel,
slowly emerge from secret dreams.

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