Irene C S ClarkHogg


Irene C S ClarkHogg Poems

41. Numbers Are Slippery 1/1/2009
42. Adam 3/27/2009
43. Daydreams 3/28/2009
44. Sausage Machines 3/28/2009
45. God Is A Man 3/28/2009
46. God Is A Woman 3/28/2009
47. Facial Adornment 5/9/2009
48. God Didn'T Visit Here 5/9/2009
49. Welcoming Spring 5/9/2009
50. Faretheewell 7/24/2009
51. Lovers ... The 7/24/2009
52. Small Bombs 7/24/2009
53. Fat Mary 8/7/2009
54. Twisted Mirror 8/7/2009
55. Twisted Limbs 8/7/2009
56. Twisted Minds 8/7/2009
57. Twisted Tower 8/7/2009
58. Born A Lady 9/2/2009
59. Vales Of The Mind - For C P Sharma 9/2/2009
60. ++ Crossroads 12/8/2009
61. ++ Holly Bush 12/8/2009
62. ++ Life Is Fun 12/8/2009
63. Sentinel 8/10/2006
64. Cyborg 8/15/2006
65. What Is Time? 7/9/2007
66. Obliterated 7/9/2007
67. The Portal 7/12/2007
68. Imminence 7/12/2007
69. Healing 10/8/2009
70. ** Warning - Haiku 10/8/2009
71. * Germaine Greer & The Feminists 10/19/2009
72. * An Unfortunate Vampire 10/19/2009
73. * Tears Of Rain 10/19/2009
74. Rainbow Man 8/1/2006
75. An Elephant Called Esmerelda 8/14/2006
76. Shadowland 5/4/2008
77. The Tiger 2/6/2008
78. Storms 5/27/2008
79. ** Rational 10/8/2009
80. * Geordie Folk 10/19/2009
Best Poem of Irene C S ClarkHogg

Holocaust

Holocaust.


Iron pipes that pierce the skyline.
Concrete, white against the blue.
Office blocks, now cold and empty,
No sun-streaked glass to mar the view.


Empty eyes that gaze unseeing
On a vista stark and bare.
No dogs to foul the empty pavements.
No birdsong on the morning air.


In an alley filled with rubble,
A rust encrusted laundry van,
Filled with shrouds, no longer needed
By the creatures they called man.


But hope is born, for time must pass.
In reformed tarmac, a blade of grass.

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Canoodling In 'C'

Colin Curry came acourting
Comely Countess Caroline
Craving cuddles, cool caresses
Choosing creepers,
Colin climbs.

'Come on ' chortled cheerful cherubs
Carved clasping crumpled crimson curtains
Colin clutched cold crumbling casements

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