Paul Butters


Paul Butters Poems

401. Liverpool 3/1/2008
402. Droplet 3/1/2008
403. Poet Tree 5/9/2008
404. Hello Reader! 1/15/2007
405. Alien Abduction 8/10/2009
406. Writer's Block 1/25/2015
407. The Impetuousness Of Youth 2/28/2009
408. Television 2/14/2009
409. Leeds United 3/27/2010
410. Jacob Gamble: My Great-Nephew (Clerihew) 1/17/2015
411. Clerihew (Clerihew) 3/8/2015
412. The Jeremy Kyle Show (A British Phenomenon) 4/18/2008
413. Good Health 6/8/2008
414. Frenetic Genetics 4/26/2008
415. Tarantula 3/13/2011

Comments about Paul Butters

  • Paul Butters Paul Butters (11/14/2011 1:25:00 PM)

    Rachel Ann Butler liked 'A Kiss' and 'Inspiration' but reports commenting would not work for her. So here they are.

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  • Christine Kerr (2/14/2009 9:10:00 AM)

    I have really enjoyed reading your poems Their straight to the point and with a little humour about them, would love for you to let me know when you publish more of them. Thankyou for sharing

  • Tara very irritated with PH injustice (6/9/2008 2:56:00 AM)

    This will be the first comment of many on a charming, insightful, eloquent poet. t x

Best Poem of Paul Butters

Tarantula

The spider weaves his wicked web,
A spinning fury, ‘bove my head.
He hangs, a menacing fist of fur.
Of any movement he’s aware.
A “Deadly Sixty” that’s for sure.
His ven’mous bite just has no cure.
Tarant’la terror, oh so true,
How to escape him, haven’t a clue.

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Game Of Never

Life-Death Forgotten, Never Was;
Time, matter whirling, empty space.
Love, merely hunger, drives us on;
Self, ever lonely, rots apace.
God, faintly ruling, far away,
Sees sinful, lusty liars pray.
Vague faceless ocean,
Blackest Light;
Nothing tells us what is Right.

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