Mathew Lewis

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

Mathew Lewis Poems

81. Breaking The Boy 11/4/2006
82. Childlike 5/25/2008
83. A Four Wall Room 8/21/2007
84. A Meditation On The Fate Of A Country 4/26/2009
85. Brick Wall Conspiracy 6/4/2008
86. Crash Landing 7/14/2008
87. (being Of Frail Thought) 7/8/2008
88. Cardiac Anthropology 7/8/2008
89. A Cape Town Winter 7/21/2006
90. 2a.M And Nowhere To Go 7/15/2006
91. Because 5/26/2006
92. Watching Someone You Love, Love Someone Else 11/4/2006
93. A Tragedy In Four Parts 11/4/2006
94. Fighting Mere Existence 5/6/2006
95. Cherries 5/10/2006
96. Alone In My Forest One Day 5/16/2006
97. Angel Eyes 7/4/2006
98. A Sonnet Of Insanity (Sonnet #1) 5/26/2006
99. (untitled) 5/10/2006

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


Suffer the pen
That has to write what I say,
Suffer the words
That have to serve my brain,
Suffer the light
Serving the dark
It seems unworthy
Of this task.
Wounds open and bleeding,
Made worse by the day,
Silence will eat me,
And relish my pain.
All of my deamons
Come back again,
These are the words
That I can not say.

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Fighting Mere Existence

A primrose sun hides the greedy streets,
An ugly path trod by many feet,
Where bootless prayers seek the days gone by,
Too young to live, too old to die.

A savage wind cuts the ocean deep,
Appears to make white horses weep,
And ships are but cradles in the sea,
Whipped back and forth but never free.

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