Jerry Pike

Rookie - 3 Points (Harrow, London, England)

Jerry Pike Poems

41. Wise Words 5/26/2008
42. Your Green 5/27/2008
43. Levi Tags And Fringes 5/31/2008
44. Mrs Mum 8/20/2008
45. Hymn 8/25/2008
46. He Rides 8/25/2008
47. Deep Within 9/3/2008
48. There Ain'T No One Watchin' 9/7/2008
49. Your Moonlight 9/21/2008
50. Routine 9/28/2008
51. So Here I Am 2/18/2007
52. Another Station 2/18/2007
53. You Bet 2/18/2007
54. Oh Superman 2/18/2007
55. There's A Nestle Down Deep 2/18/2007
56. Swallow 2/18/2007
57. Billy Moon 2/18/2007
58. Jubblies 2/22/2007
59. Imaginations Blind 3/1/2007
60. The Reel Whirled 3/4/2007
61. I Fell Under A Promise 3/31/2007
62. The Alcohol Swamp 4/6/2007
63. Repeats 4/7/2007
64. Faded 4/26/2007
65. Wishes 5/16/2007
66. Brighton 5/29/2007
67. Sea Face 5/29/2007
68. Pretend 6/12/2007
69. Agay 6/13/2007
70. Bracklesham 6/16/2007
71. As And Where And Why 6/18/2007
72. Used To 9/10/2007
73. Sailing 11/16/2007
74. The Shadows 6/20/2011
75. Air Raid 8/9/2007
76. How I Miss Love 2/18/2007
77. I Own The World 2/18/2007
78. Forever And Always 5/30/2008
79. Daffodils 7/28/2008
80. Auction 4/15/2008
Best Poem of Jerry Pike

A Late Bird

A late bird, your song flutters, heart to heart.
I see notes hanging from telephone wires,
then falling softly into the deep grass.
And I lay there, staring out of this world,
into another’s sky, where perhaps you might
be laying, and I ask, who are you?
Over and over, and we drift,
making people out of wishes,
filling skies with cherry blossom
and fancy silken hopes, misplacing spilt dreams,
then throwing a coat down to hide them,
not quite sure who will step on
into the future, and who will sink
out of sight, below that rising heaven.

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Blue Boys

Blue Boys

Frozen in a field of time, grazing grass esteem,
blue boys out to play awhile, Wormwood Scrubs us clean,
smiling for that camera shot, celluloid pretence,
prisoners to Sunday's cool, praying time relents.

Stories when, so long ago, football stole my heart,
every waking weekend friend, crammed into a park,

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