Matthew Hyatt

Rookie (03/3/1988-\ / Salem, OR)

Matthew Hyatt Poems

1. Web 4/26/2005
2. O'Whats His Name 3/26/2005
3. Obsess 2/18/2005
4. Circus Act 7/28/2007
5. Just Breath 7/28/2007
6. Untitled And Undated 7/28/2007
7. Two Faces To A One-Sided Coin 7/28/2007
8. The Toll Of An Iron Fist. 1/19/2006
9. X's For Eyes. 7/28/2007
10. As I Lay Dying 7/28/2007
11. A Bullet Sounds The Same In Every Language 7/28/2007
12. Sanctuary 2/22/2005
13. I Disappear 4/26/2005
14. Waiting 7/28/2007
15. The Blame 3/26/2005
16. Masks Of Truth 3/26/2005
17. The Secret Of Life 4/17/2005
18. The One False Truth 2/18/2005
19. My Series Of Unfortunate Events 3/18/2005
20. Beautiful Letdown 3/18/2005
21. Majesty Turned Murderer 3/12/2005
22. Sea Of Faces 2/22/2005
23. Ink-Eyes 2/22/2005
24. Anticipated Dread 2/22/2005
25. Thanks For The Pain 4/17/2005

Comments about Matthew Hyatt

  • Kim McInnis (3/13/2005 4:25:00 PM)

    Matthew shows incredible insight and talent in his poems. His imagery is dark but also reflective and uplifting; he has good rhythm and a gift for rhymes. Poems best read while listening to A Flock of Seagulls, particularily the song 'Nightmares'. I can't wait to see what he comes up with next.
    Your biggest fan,
    Kim McInnis

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Best Poem of Matthew Hyatt

Sea Of Faces

Ten million people each with their problems
Why should anyone care?
They would only stop to gawk or stare
I see the city lights all around me
Everythings obscured
The pain I have cannot be cured
All alone in an ocean of beating hearts
No time to visit crowded streets and marts
Lost in a sea of faces

No television shows or holidays can save me
I am a man no one needs to see
My fate has been sealed for many years
My body decays and answers fears
My cancer is total and eats at my brain
Before long I shall not be sane.
To my distress, I have no ...

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Web

I used to believe
I used to try
I used to believe I could fly
I never thought he would leave

Now I spin a web of the past
A web of what shall last
The emotion that comes every dawn
The heartbreak that he's gone

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