Mary Nagy

Rookie (11-08-1970)

Mary Nagy Poems

41. The Ring 2/25/2005
42. The Numbers On A Clock Don'T Go To The Hands... They Wait For Them. 1/4/2007
43. Timeline Of Pain 9/16/2005
44. Keep The Faith 2/18/2005
45. God Gives What You Give 2/18/2005
46. Chirty 8/26/2005
47. Love Is A Verb 3/11/2005
48. Mom's Cold, Dead, Stare 2/18/2005
49. Five Young Children 2/20/2005
50. Polar Opposites 8/13/2005
51. Keep Trying 2/25/2005
52. Just Like Her 2/28/2005
53. Our House 2/18/2005
54. Happy Birthday Denis! You Are Wonderful! 1/7/2006
55. When I Was......... 10/6/2005
56. Playing The Race Card 9/4/2005
57. Playing The Game Of Life 9/8/2005
58. The World's Become So Cynical 9/8/2005
59. Envisioning Forever 9/10/2005
60. He Was Questioning Her Gender 2/15/2006
61. His Trip To The Moon 8/26/2005
62. The Joyride 9/9/2005
63. I Wouldn'T Trade Those Mornings 10/3/2005
64. The Woman I Once Was 3/7/2005
65. ''United Earth'' 10/23/2005
66. I Beg You 5/9/2005
67. If 2/18/2005
68. Woodland Paradise 4/19/2005
69. Why Am I So Selfish? 5/9/2005
70. Fishing Fun 2/16/2005
71. My Skin Finally Fits! 1/26/2006
72. Please Forgive This Truly Rotten Person 11/7/2005
73. The Pain Of Young People 5/2/2005
74. Life's Simple Treasures 12/27/2005
75. ''I Call The Credit Card! '' 11/15/2005
76. Dingleberry 2/24/2005
77. Vacation Is Over 8/29/2005
78. Cover Your Crack If You Want Me To Take You Seriously! 1/4/2007
79. Let's Pay The Parents! 4/27/2006
80. Should I Look For God Or Should He Look For Me? 2/5/2006

Comments about Mary Nagy

  • Theodora Onken (8/10/2005 7:38:00 PM)

    I just love your work. Please continue to write!

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  • David Gerardino (6/30/2005 11:14:00 PM)

    mary, iv written about 5 new poems, and im wondering what you think of them.........

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  • Ronberge . (5/17/2005 12:17:00 PM)

    Bonjour Mary,

    Just a quick word to say: I like your poetry!

    Bonne route!

    Ronberge.

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  • Michael Findlay (4/29/2005 8:50:00 AM)

    Thank you for your message. Your a very good poet yoursef and hope i will be able to learn from you one day.

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  • Janice M Pickett (3/20/2005 5:38:00 PM)

    Mary you are indeed a great poet. I love your work and have included you as a friend. I hope that is alright with you.

    Hugs
    Janice M Pickett

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  • Lare Austin (3/20/2005 10:44:00 AM)

    Hi Mary...'Have You Ever Wondered' is haunting...sends chills up the back just wondering indeed...very well written...

    Lare

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  • Lare Austin (3/20/2005 10:41:00 AM)

    Hi Mary...I've been reading some of your poetry from your page...I must say you are a very talented poet...I see styles and phrases and measures that I am quite enveyous of...I especially liked your poem 'The Woman I Once Was'...remindes me of a quote from Mark Twain...'The older I get the better I used to be...'...

    Just me, Lare

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  • Seán O' Muiriosa (3/18/2005 4:18:00 PM)

    Thank you very much for your lovely comments on my poetry. Your a quite a poet yourself. Keep writing : -)

    Warm regards,
    John

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Best Poem of Mary Nagy

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.

He hopes you will go fishing.
He hopes you'll shoot the gun.
He just wants to be with you,
this boy that is your son.

He is your spitting image.
To him you are ''The One''.
He hopes to be just like you,
this boy that is your son.

You show him what a man is.
You teach as you have fun.
You are admired as well as loved
by this boy that is your son.

You've got a friend forever.
Until the world is done....

Read the full of Father And Son

Pop-Up Paranoia

Is it pop-up paranoia
or can they read my mind?
Each time I simply think something
on my screen I'm sure to find.

I wonder how they know it.
Am I sending out some ~waves~?
Can I try to stop the pop-ups?
It seems nothing really saves.

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