GRANT FRASER

Silver Star - 3,185 Points (JUNE 7 1964 / ABERDEEN)

GRANT FRASER Poems

361. The Real 4/29/2013
362. The Scattering 11/25/2013
363. The Sex 5/17/2014
364. The Thin Veil... 8/17/2016
365. The Yes Dagger 3/19/2013
366. Thirty Five Millimetre 5/1/2014
367. Thought Muscle 6/9/2014
368. Three Hundred And One 11/13/2014
369. Three To Get Ready... 6/17/2015
370. Time Captured 10/14/2013
371. Time Is A Circle... 2/19/2014
372. Time Spans... 3/1/2017
373. Time Upon A Once 4/20/2013
374. Tinned 4/13/2013
375. To The Comic... 8/12/2014
376. To Those Of You... 5/20/2013
377. Today's Picture 8/24/2016
378. Tom Thing (With English Subtitles) 3/27/2013
379. Torch! 3/16/2013
380. Truth 5/27/2013
381. Try Angle Die 4/6/2016
382. Twice 4/16/2013
383. Twix 5/28/2014
384. Two Big One's... 5/1/2014
385. Two In The Bush... 11/10/2014
386. Two Shilling Adventurer 2/7/2016
387. Umbilical 11/22/2013
388. Up And Out 10/14/2013
389. Vapour Shave 5/22/2016
390. Ventilation 9/4/2014
391. Voice Search... 5/14/2014
392. Vroom! 3/28/2013
393. Wallpaper 4/16/2013
394. Wandered Lonely As A Clown... 12/17/2013
395. Warmer Places 4/22/2013
396. Watching Words 12/1/2014
397. We Are In Space... 12/22/2013
398. We Exist On Anything... 2/10/2014
399. We Go Back To Front.... 9/13/2016
400. Wednesday Whatever... 3/30/2016
Best Poem of GRANT FRASER

Before Night Falls...

I can't quite describe
the way they dragged
those sacks
of weightless carcasses
around, their floppy crevices,
hairy dead vaginal lips
&
shrunken penises,

a mass of dislocated
body parts and taut faces,
confounded genitalia!

yet to run back again,
and thrust your entire
self against it,
the dead grainy B&W
dead film of time,
always close beside us,
like your brain,
and the gaping hole
in your head,
lying there like a cold
blue omellete,
on the grass, beside you...

as if one could feed or feel
a ...

Read the full of Before Night Falls...

Most Usual...

The obvious man
in his obvious shoes,
in his obvious home,
pours over his obviously
questioning mind,

It's so obvious, isn't it?
that i will protect my whole
sense of self with an obviously

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