Greg Gaul


Greg Gaul Poems

1. The Seventh Wave 3/11/2018
2. Show Pony 3/11/2018
3. Dance Secrets 3/11/2018
4. Talking Sands 3/11/2018
5. Ebenezer's Stone Statues 3/11/2018
6. Teensy Things 3/15/2018
7. On The Hamster Wheel 3/15/2018
8. Droplet 3/15/2018
9. Can Do 3/15/2018
10. Hidden Voting Travesty 3/16/2018
11. Deadline 3/17/2018
12. Not My Thoughts 3/20/2018
13. Throne Jesting 3/22/2018
14. Da Loveliness 4/2/2018
15. Ah, Golfslangadang 3/8/2018
16. Find My Truth 3/8/2018
17. Plastic Islands Adrift 3/11/2018
18. Sisters Jellyfish 4/2/2018
19. Native Peoples Say 4/10/2018
20. Mindless Brook 4/10/2018
21. Eve's Injustice 4/10/2018
22. Parker's Snap Left 4/10/2018
23. Cracked Buddha 11/28/2018
24. Tempest Deep 11/28/2018
25. Hear The Tree 11/28/2018
26. Present Tense 11/28/2018
27. Amusing Musing 11/28/2018
28. Poetic Justice 11/28/2018
29. Judgment Lightly Ajar 11/28/2018
30. Total Kibosh 11/28/2018
31. Karmic Delights 11/29/2018
32. Final Word 11/29/2018
33. One Light Town 11/29/2018
34. Tempest Bright 11/29/2018
35. Saving Lost Causes 11/29/2018
36. Borrowed Time 3/8/2018
37. Magic Cat 3/8/2018
38. First Glance 4/10/2018
39. Howdy Doody Conversation 3/11/2018
40. No Love Poem 4/2/2018

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Magic Cat

This is a tale I don't expect you'll believe,
I'll start at the end, so not to deceive.

It's the strangest story you're likely to hear,
Korat my cat, speaks really quite clear.

At times, he'd take his heroic cat pose
And stare at me as if he already knows.

He'd climb up my shoulder close to my ear,
Always would do it without any fear.

Using his raspy low voice to distinctively say,
"There's danger right here, get out of the way".

"Gas, get out"- "Fire, go hide"-
"Bad people in here"- I'd quickly ...

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Plastic Islands Adrift

So where's our lauded critical thinking, wisdom of the ages,
When far at sea unbridled plastic pollution rages?

Two large patches of plastic debris
Are circling in the North Pacific sea.

The greatest minds of our day can't solve our drifting affliction,
Nor can they plan to rid us of our destructive plastic addiction.

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