Patrick J. McCormack

Patrick J. McCormack Poems

1. Georges Head -Kilkee 2/6/2012
2. The Olympian Mode 2/6/2012
3. Sonia - '96 2/6/2012
4. The Garden In Spring 2/6/2012
5. The Garden In Winter. 2/6/2012

Comments about Patrick J. McCormack

  • Alicia Patti Alicia Patti (2/6/2012 12:10:00 PM)

    My favorite line: 'and sing among fully plumed branches' A pleasant read. No chopped lines. The poet's pain shivers here. Nicely done.

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Best Poem of Patrick J. McCormack

The Garden In Winter.

Stripped bare of past Autumnal glory
the fruit trees stand
with the cold of Winters season visited upon them

Migrant birds from far away
no longer gather to eat their fill
and sing among fully plumed branches

Just a single ragged robin dishevelled from rain and wind
now reigns alone in this his silent domain
as the garden lies wrapped in Winters sleep.

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