Irene C S ClarkHogg


Irene C S ClarkHogg Poems

41. Adam 3/27/2009
42. Twilight Tryst 6/30/2008
43. Ben's Brown Bear 6/30/2008
44. Creating Nothings 5/4/2008
45. ++ Holly Bush 12/8/2009
46. ++ Life Is Fun 12/8/2009
47. Sonnet Cakes 6/30/2008
48. Faretheewell 7/24/2009
49. Lovers ... The 7/24/2009
50. Vales Of The Mind - For C P Sharma 9/2/2009
51. Perpendicular 11/5/2007
52. At The World's Edge 9/24/2006
53. Conversing With Daisy 3/20/2008
54. Those Good Old Days 3/20/2008
55. Nature's Lesson 6/16/2008
56. Broken Heart 6/9/2008
57. A Working Bunny 3/20/2008
58. Dancing With The Clouds 9/24/2006
59. Born A Lady 9/2/2009
60. Twisted Minds 8/7/2009
61. Healing 10/8/2009
62. Storms 5/27/2008
63. Where Are My Children? 5/27/2008
64. Rainbow Man 8/1/2006
65. The Sausage Machines 2/28/2008
66. Twisted Limbs 8/7/2009
67. An Elephant Called Esmerelda 8/14/2006
68. Africa Awakes 2/6/2008
69. Fat Mary 8/7/2009
70. Come Dance 1/1/2009
71. Bon Apetite 1/1/2009
72. Canoodling In 'C' 9/25/2006
73. Blaze Of Glory 3/30/2008
74. Daydreams 3/28/2009
75. The Tiger 2/6/2008
76. * An Unfortunate Vampire 10/19/2009
77. ** Rational 10/8/2009
78. Holocaust 2/9/2008
79. * Geordie Folk 10/19/2009
80. A Mother's Gift 5/4/2008
Best Poem of Irene C S ClarkHogg

A Degenerate Mouse Called Arthur

I have a little mouse called Arthur
Who gnaws away inside my bones
He is armed with sharp incisors
And metal claws on all his toes.

Today was warm, so Arthur rested
Silly me, I thought he slept
Then, just as I felt complacent
From his hidey-hole he crept.

He's gone to stir up his relations
They're scattered all about my frame
Every year his clan increases
I know them, every-one, by name.

Arthur lives high in my neckbone
He scrambles up and down my spine
Neville nests in my right shoulder
On the other perches...

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Rainbow Man

The rainbow is a type of prism,
Or so all the scientists say,
A splitting of light in raindrops
After the storm we had today.


If I sprinkle you with water,
From within this silver bowl
Then ask the sun to shine again
Will I see your soul?

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