Mary Mc Creath

Veteran Poet - 1,540 Points (Glasgow, Scotland)

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  • ''I am old now and I can tell you, I would not change my place with anyone.''
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  • ''Light illuminates. It changes flat shadows into three-dimensional objects and brings them to life for all to see.''
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  • ''Today you smiled, were full of joy at prospects of tomorrow. Now you lie so still, absent, From all you wanted to do, or be. Yet present as you lived to
    Me.''
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  • ''The empty sky was deaf unto my plea. That emptiness descended now on me.''
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  • ''To see who we truly are and come to know that each of us is part of every star.''
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  • ''What stirs life into you, moves you to dance and sway?''
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  • ''Seeing is a place of light and darkness of revelation and vanishing of revelation of knowing and unknowing.''
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  • ''Go gently into that bright light dear brother.Embrace it with your closing eyes.''
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Best Poem of Mary Mc Creath

The Refugees

Not one, but thousands flee a land of pain and woe
Each searches desperately for a place to go
To find a haven without terror or distress
To find a place of safety
And begin again to rest

At night and in day
Away from bullets, bombs and fears
That is their heartfelt quest
Amid panic, loneliness and tears.

Yet their onward journey ends for many in despair
Dead and dying people, children…does anybody care?

Drowned in some unfriendly ocean are hundreds in a day
Others suffer suffocation in concealment on their way.

Hid in lorries, vans and ...

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Being - Absence

You were there
So was I
We said 'Hello'
We said 'goodbye'
In between
Where were you
In between
Where was I

Written in 1978

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