Josey Alfred

Silver Star - 3,769 Points [APJ] (23 May 1943 / Alleppy in KERALA)

Josey Alfred Poems

41. Friendshiip 4/4/2017
42. Worlds Apart 5/10/2017
43. A Mortuary 5/12/2017
44. Be Natural 5/14/2017
45. Blessing From Heaven 5/20/2017
46. Cochin Metro 6/17/2017
47. Be With Nature 7/14/2017
48. Willow Wild 8/20/2017
49. Take Me My Love 10/27/2017
50. A Solar Tomb 10/28/2017
51. Eys 11/19/2017
52. Oh! Okie, , Okie 12/12/2017
53. Arrogance 3/25/2018
54. Blood For Sale 4/5/2018
55. Far From The Maddening Crowd 3/19/2015
56. Temptation 3/20/2015
57. Paint Them Not Mad 3/7/2015
58. Old Age Homes 3/29/2015
59. The Fence 4/22/2015
60. A Slave 4/15/2015
61. My Merry Lark 4/22/2015
62. The Park 7/12/2015
63. November 11/18/2017
64. The Waves 3/17/2015
65. Adems Apple 2/14/2016
66. A Nail Too Hard 5/30/2017
67. Sun 3/8/2017
68. Love Has No Pretext 5/23/2016
69. Vultures Are Merry 12/3/2017
70. Nymph 3/7/2015
71. International Workers Day 4/30/2015
72. Life Is A Candle 2/13/2015
73. Jasmine Young 3/2/2015
74. Winter 2/27/2015
75. She Vanished 2/28/2015
76. Beauty 1/20/2016
77. Lady Lark 11/28/2017
78. Each Child Is Like A Brook 6/9/2017
79. The Rib 8/7/2017
80. Dusty Gold 3/1/2015

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Quick Sand




You think that by your own merit,
You scaled the worldly seats of height!
If so you fool, your mind is blind,
And is an outcast, from fairyland.

Parents worked hard, to fend and feed,
To help you reach, top seats refined.
You dump them now, for they need help,
For you want to enjoy, your world.

You think that they just did their role,
Why do they fret and feel so sore?
Why should I care, “forget the lore”
My wife, demand a fancy car.

I work too hard to keep lifestyle!
I...

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Lament Of A Mother

Could you not speak, just for a while?
Just for a while, just you and me.
I am your mum, call once a while.
I feel lonely, forlorn infirm.

My world has gone silent and mute!
Inane vacuum fill now this flute!
Tell me what ails your tender heart,
And tell me, elusive pain that hurt.

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