Mary Nagy

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I write what I feel..... I hope you feel what I write.

:) Thanks so much for reading them.

Mary Nagy Poems

Father And Son

You're standing in the doorway.
Your workday is all done.
He waits to see you everyday,
this boy that is your son.

A Husband's Love (Written By Todd Nagy)

Once upon a time
when we were young
you caught my eye
like a ball to a glove.

A Family Divided

Once more we talk about it.
How sad it's all become.
No matter how we look at it
this family is not one.

~~losing Me~~

The darkness of the pit
is swallowing you in.
I see you looking at me
with that evil, twisted grin.

Family Picture?

What is a family picture?
Is it all for real?
Are the people that you see
pretending they don't feel?

Mary Nagy Comments

Lori Boulard 23 January 2006

In lieu of commenting on every single one of your poems, I will just say it here: Mary, you are the unofficial documentor of everyday life's beauties here on PH, and I must say I've seen your work progress from sweet to downright excellent. Your comments on poems and the Forum add so much to the group; we are lucky to have you here! Sincerely, Lori

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Joseph Daly 30 December 2005

Mary's works show an amazing intelligence in operation. Her ability to transcend the mundane (such as peeling eggs) and present the reader with something that potrays the untypical, is truely awesome. Mary came to this site with passable pieces, that maintained a skilled method. She quickly rummaged through other writer and saw that there was no need for conservatism and now writes some of the best free verse around. Her humility (especially on the Forum) is only matched by the respect that she has gained from her colleagues on PoemHunter.

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Uriah Hamilton 19 November 2005

Mary, you write with honesty and kindness, you invite people to know you! You will never know how grateful I am to know you!

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Jackson Kilroy 10 October 2005

I just read all of Mary's poems, and then read them again. Yep, they're still awesome.

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Faith Elizabeth Brigham 08 October 2005

Mary-I have been reading your work as well and think you have such a great way with words. There is a lot of stuff out there parading as poetry that I haven't much praise for but your work is different. Your poetry is refreshingly unique and very well-written. You are a true poet!

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Christopher Smith 20 June 2020

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Mary Nagy 27 November 2018

Hello! I’m from Michigan. My nationality is 50% Polish and 50% a mix of English/Irish/French! I hope you’ve found a poem or two that you’ve enjoyed! Thank you for reading my poetry!

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Skylar Watsons 29 October 2018

does anyone know where is she from

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Jhudi 20 October 2018

Does anyone know what her nationality is? Thank you!

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