Glenn Bagshaw

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Glenn Bagshaw Poems

41. School Days 8/12/2006
42. Hallowe'En Treat 8/23/2006
43. Buddha Reported On Cnn Today That Life Is Suffering 8/24/2006
44. Still In The Picture 8/31/2006
45. In Days Of Old.... 4/4/2007
46. Speckulation 4/6/2007
47. Reforestation? Yes! ! (Almost A Triolet) 4/19/2007
48. Words Are Birds- Or A Good Drink 4/29/2007
49. All The World's A Stage 5/1/2007
50. Herrick Celebrates His Garden-With Some Regret 5/6/2007
51. The Tsuanmi-Reconsidered 5/18/2007
52. Herrick Gives A Eulogy 5/29/2007
53. Daddy Taught Him Often 5/31/2007
54. Join The Army And See The After-World-Triolet 6/2/2007
55. Short Cut To Summer-Triolet 6/11/2007
56. Burned Out 7/23/2007
57. Departure At Dawn 7/23/2007
58. First Attempt At Climbing A Mountain 9/23/2007
59. Herrick, The Gardener-Poet, Confronts Autumn 10/10/2007
60. Herrick Picks His Poesy 10/21/2009
61. Herrick Muses While Pruning 10/21/2009
62. The Storm In Herrick's Garden 10/21/2009
63. Real Doesn'T Break-You Do! 9/25/2006
64. What She Did While High 9/25/2006
65. Never Gone (Triolet) 10/9/2006
66. Shine On Harvest Moon Up Where I Die 10/24/2006
67. I Love You, Big Brother! ! ! (Triolet) 11/5/2006
68. Purely Fired Up 12/7/2006
69. Childhood Photo 12/8/2006
70. The Straw Motel Of Christmas 12/11/2006
71. Here At The Evening Sky 12/25/2006
72. Hallowe'En 10/30/2009
73. The New View With Each Language 1/4/2010
74. Rubiyat 1/9/2010
75. The Rubiyat 1/9/2010
76. Post-Eden: The Thicket Of Mutability And Mortality 2/16/2010
77. Triolet: At Midnight 2/17/2010
78. Triolet: What She Said At The Corner 2/25/2010
79. A Grandfather Clock Speaks 10/29/2005
80. For Dawn-Founder Of A Poetry Workshop Internet Site 1/3/2007

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Famous Lines From Love Poems Made Into Couplets...

Shall I compare thee to a summer's day? (Shakespeare)
You're hot in spots and then you fade away....

Whoever loved who loved not at 'first' sight (Marlowe)
or even 'worst', depending on the light?

O my Luve's like a red, red rose (Burns)
And tu-lips lie beneath her nose!

How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. (E. B. Browning)
But years' own math subtracts your charms away!

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I'Ll Clearly Disappear

I’m in my great-grandmother's old photo album
from ninety years ago, and I seem much the same.
Sure, I'm gloss-finished, black and white, and yes, some frayed.
Yet not so bad for my age. Looking much like her,
it's almost that I'm not just myself as the flow
of generations are now gathered, like the seas.
Much the same in one life, as photos make childhood
quicken once again. One picture's an aperture
to these past worlds. Once more boats sound in harbour's night.

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