Mathew Lewis

Rookie - 0 Points (07 March 1987 / Cape Town)

Mathew Lewis Poems

1. Requiem For The Masses 5/10/2006
2. Stand Up For Death 5/13/2006
3. Let Us Fight 5/16/2006
4. Darkness Gives Into Light 5/19/2006
5. Flesh Death 5/19/2006
6. No Mans Land 5/19/2006
7. Power 5/19/2006
8. I'M 5/26/2006
9. What Am I? (Sonnet #2) 5/26/2006
10. Full Of Dark Intentions (Sonnet #3) 5/26/2006
11. False Belonging 5/30/2006
12. To Let Live 5/30/2006
13. Variations 6/3/2006
14. Trying To Live Up To The Greats 6/3/2006
15. You Miserable Fruit 7/31/2006
16. Self Destruction 8/3/2006
17. Rain 8/17/2006
18. I Float Like An Ethereal Being Through Time And Space (Silence Can Be A Sound Too) 9/5/2006
19. Existence Antithesis 11/4/2006
20. Scar 11/4/2006
21. Never Being Blinded 11/4/2006
22. Tantamount To A Confession 11/4/2006
23. The Whisper In The Wind 11/4/2006
24. Unconditionally Ok 11/4/2006
25. For Mathew When I Might Find Him 4/23/2007
26. For A Love Never Realised 5/8/2007
27. Eulogy 5/8/2007
28. The Heart Never Goes On Holiday 10/20/2007
29. The Devil Of Small Things 5/11/2008
30. I Missed You 5/25/2008
31. No Time For Tea 5/25/2008
32. Unworded 5/25/2008
33. Heavy 6/3/2008
34. In So Far As I Have None 6/4/2008
35. You'Re The Truth 6/4/2008
36. In Sincerity 6/13/2008
37. Haunt Me 7/3/2008
38. Love's Greatest Tragedy And Its Truth 7/3/2008
39. Treasue Me Moment, Treasure Me Dream 7/14/2008
40. The Cliche And I 7/14/2008

Comments about Mathew Lewis

  • Salir Airosa (9/11/2006 10:51:00 PM)

    This is one amazing poet; whether it be rhyme and rhythm or freeverse, he continues to astound and hold his readers in suspence and awe. Read his poetry, and you'll be drawn into it in a way you can't resist.

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Best Poem of Mathew Lewis

A Sonnet Of Insanity (Sonnet #1)

A moment of insanity,
Stupidity and savagery,
A move against humanity
And all that is reality.

All that's left is gravity,
Maybe some profanity,
All my life a cavity,
A trip down the imaginary,

All of this perplexity
Brought on by society,
Nought to do but quietly
Reclude into sobriety.

And maybe someday there will be
A clearer path for me to see.

Read the full of A Sonnet Of Insanity (Sonnet #1)

Requiem For The Masses

An old man watches from an allyway
As a hooker walks by.
She wishes it didn't have to be this way
But nobody else tries.
A young boy watches from an empty window
As his soul slowly dies.
No one told him it would be this hard
No one was there when he cried.

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