Gerard Heathcote

Rookie - 7 Points (April 24th / Penzance England)

Gerard Heathcote Poems

1. Loves Union 11/12/2005
2. Lost Jewel 11/12/2005
3. False Goodbye 11/12/2005
4. Forgiveness At St. Levan Church 11/11/2005
5. Where You Are Not At Helford 11/17/2005
6. Rock It Baby 11/28/2005
7. The Red Toothbrush 12/1/2005
8. Mylor In Winter 12/19/2005
9. Minding The Shop 12/23/2005
10. Christmas? Cheers 12/24/2005
11. Mylor In Summer Before Winter 1/11/2006
12. Adrift 2/9/2006
13. Loves Nightmare 6/30/2006
14. Searching 6/30/2006
15. False Dawn 6/30/2006
16. Think Of Me 8/13/2006
17. Marazion Sea Wall 8/19/2006
18. A Healing Hand 10/6/2008
19. A Mirror Tells No Lies 10/14/2007
20. A Lass In Black 11/11/2007
21. A Flower In Winter 12/2/2007
22. In The Morning Of Life: By Thomas Moore 6/30/2006
23. Alone 1/25/2006
24. Dance Class 12/1/2005
25. Accepting The Unacceptable 11/30/2005
26. On Line Dating 11/12/2005
27. Afternoon At Helford 11/12/2005
28. Stolen Mind 11/12/2005
29. Arnie The Cat 2/7/2006
30. Sacred Space 5/10/2006
31. A Broken Heart 11/22/2005

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Best Poem of Gerard Heathcote

A Broken Heart

You broke my heart into a million pieces
With a blunt pick axe that never ceases
Like a stuck record jumps it’s groove
To repeat the blow to somehow prove
That you hold my heart for all our time
So I’m yours forever, what was my crime

The blow feels hard each time it falls
Each day goes by it’s meeting calls
It hits when I think of you and ill prepared
Please from this torment let me be spared
The only hope is for you to see
Our fate together we should be

I’m told that time will sort this out
My heart will hear another shout
I hear it all it’s...

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False Goodbye

You turned my life upside down
Resting on a roadside verge in a heap
Slag and debris left by careless men
Gave me visions as you breathed your last
Into the december air and the dragons teeth

A gloomy winters day before you left
A journey begged be by my side
Cocos diner as my eyes wept to say goodbye

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