Gil Tee

Gil Tee Poems

1. Stayin' Alive 3/25/2009
2. These Eyes 3/26/2009
3. Man Of Letters 3/27/2009
4. Philippa's Song (Daddy Says) 3/27/2009
5. Song: Who Has Given Me This Sweet? 3/27/2009
6. Midwives Of Death 3/29/2009
7. Lucky In Love (Song For Bill) 4/4/2009
8. The Days Are Far Too Long 4/6/2009
9. Nothing But Defeat 4/6/2009
10. Easter 4/9/2009
11. Oh Caroline 4/13/2009
12. Alternative Career Plan 4/15/2009
13. Man Of Flesh 4/20/2009
14. Girl, Why Don'T You? 4/21/2009
15. That Old Moon 4/23/2009
16. Another One Bites The Dust 5/16/2009
17. My Mp's A Banker 5/20/2009
18. Trouble With The Ten Commandments 5/27/2009
19. Dancing Star 5/31/2009
20. Another Song To Sing 6/10/2009
21. Another Song To Sing (Second Draft) 6/12/2009
22. Anyone Can Die 6/27/2009
23. Oh! How You Arrest Me 7/28/2009
24. O Captain! My Captain! (Or Terry's Twilight) 2/13/2010
25. Travails Of My Aunt 3/14/2010
26. Last Call To Auntie Ivy 4/1/2010
27. Message In A Bottle 5/21/2010
28. Bird Of Paradise 5/21/2010
29. Broken 10/6/2009
30. Black Dog 10/14/2009
31. Mother Came Too 4/4/2009
32. Date With An Angel (Song For Becky) 3/27/2009
33. Karolina, With A K (Memo To Mum) 5/25/2009
34. This Present Crisis 4/18/2009
35. Hard Rain Coming 4/2/2009
36. Land Of Plenty 9/16/2009

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Land Of Plenty

There are people all around the world,
Starving and forgotten,
And apples on the ground, dew-pearled,
Left lying to go rotten.

You must have seen them on TV
And wondered who the hell’s to blame.
It could be you - or even me -
The world keeps turning just the same.

The losers in the human race
Accuse us in the Hall of Shame;
A land of plenty in disgrace,
Unworthy of the world’s acclaim.

Perhaps it’s time to make a stand
Against the kind of life we lead.
What good’s the money in your hand
When there are hungry mouths to feed? ...

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These Eyes

These eyes have looked on beauty
And have cried;
Such sights no man should see
They have descried;
But they have looked too long, ay me!
And died.

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