Martin O'Neill

Rookie - 15 Points (20-06-1958 / Solihull, Birmingham, England)

Martin O'Neill Poems

1. Meeting 1/6/2009
2. One Pointing Away, Three Back 1/19/2009
3. Stainless 2/21/2012
4. Quickness 2/20/2012
5. Tanka On The Beach (Gold Rush) 3/2/2012
6. Game On 9/6/2013
7. Fame! 3/8/2012
8. Ding Dong Merrily Don'T Cry 1/6/2009
9. Respect 1/6/2009
10. Droplets 1/6/2009
11. Four A's Pavanne Pour L'Innocence Mort. 1/6/2009
12. Catch 22 If You Can 1/6/2009
13. Tracks 9/3/2008
14. The Queen Will See You Now 1/6/2009
15. Unfortunate Events 1/12/2009
16. Forensics 8/14/2008
17. The Other Side Of Town 3/4/2009
18. Metric Feet 1/19/2009
19. The Wind Is Waiting... 3/4/2009
20. Internether 1/6/2009
21. How? 2/7/2012
22. Kevin The Crocodile 2/16/2012
23. Frame 3/7/2012
24. Sunk 2/20/2012
25. Today I Am Wearing Mostly Yellow 2/23/2012
26. Breakfast Musings 2/21/2012
27. Sign Language 1/19/2009
28. The Girl With The Pushchair 3/4/2009
29. War At Christmas 3/4/2009
30. Hell And Stuff 5/25/2012
31. Complications 3/7/2012
32. Well? 3/15/2012
33. Strobe Insomnia 2/21/2012
34. Celebrity Hack 2/16/2012
35. Belsen 2/8/2012
36. Playtime For Teachers? 1/19/2009
37. Suits 8/1/2008
38. Model Appearance 1/12/2009
39. Desert Blooms 1/16/2009
40. Just For You 8/7/2008

Comments about Martin O'Neill

  • lottie Harris (4/6/2012 1:22:00 AM)

    of course you can use my konky word i like the word peculloid too :)

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  • Jacqui Thewless Jacqui Thewless (7/13/2009 8:37:00 PM)

    I'd appreciate some biographical details about this poet.

Best Poem of Martin O'Neill

What Price Literacy?

An extraordinary time you have waited
Quiet, in no kind of rush
You must be pleased now that it's over
Your time in the African bush

The grass stalks that rippled around you
The animals passing you by
The fierce yellow sun beating down
From the blue of your African sky.

When you finally burst into flower,
In blossoms of yellow and red
The eight year old girl who unearthed you
Couldn't read the notice that said

Achtung! Minen!

Read the full of What Price Literacy?

Half Past A Headache

Uncork the bottle and pour me a drink
A long one
A strong one
I don't want to think

Ethanol, methanol, I really don't care,
Don't store it
Just pour it
Let's shave the dog's hair

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