Paul Gerard Reed


Paul Gerard Reed Poems

441. Geranium 11/11/2014
442. Two Blackbirds 5/27/2014
443. Mountain Stream 4/2/2014
444. I Am In The World 2/16/2014
445. Aira Force 2/6/2014
446. Happiness Is Just Around The Corner 2/9/2014
447. How Long Is A January? 2/4/2014
448. Satnav For Beginners 1/31/2014
449. Ten Years 1/31/2014
450. Newcastle Central Station 1/13/2014
451. Roker Pier 1/7/2014
452. Wide Open Skies -new- 10/16/2017
453. Six Blue Tits 3/22/2015
454. Never Hold The Phone Like That 2/4/2014
455. The Start Of The Day 3/4/2014
456. Train Ride 2/9/2014
457. Frozen Fields 4/3/2014
458. The Kingdom Of The Rabbit 10/15/2014
459. Upstairs Downstairs 6/23/2014
460. A Day At The Races 12/23/2014
461. Bedposts 1/1/2015
462. Woodhorn 2/14/2015
463. Vapour Trail Sky 1/25/2015
464. A Summer Rose 7/4/2014
465. Costa Rica 6/15/2014
466. Jamaica Inn 4/29/2014
467. Faded Photographs 4/26/2014
468. Rear Window (Starring James Stewart) 3/17/2014
469. A Safe Place 2/20/2015
470. Dreams 2/16/2015
471. Ammonite 2/4/2015
472. My Old Guitar 1/26/2015
473. Bring The Autumn On 8/22/2016
474. The Old House 1/30/2015
475. The Sore Toe 12/23/2014
476. Traffic Jam 2/14/2014
477. Call To Arms 12/22/2013
478. Trow Quarry 1/7/2014
479. A March Morning 3/18/2014
480. Leave Sorrow Behind 7/10/2014
Best Poem of Paul Gerard Reed

Evening Breeze

When the evening breeze
Ruffled the leaves in the half-light
I felt the greatness in the air,
Just standing there;
The quietness absorbed all thoughts
And carried me away to another place
A place where everything was all right
With no need for night;
And in that moment I knew
That everything that had happened,
Or was going to be,
Was down to me, just me;
The breeze carried the sorrow away
Into the clouds that slid over the trees,
Unexpectedly;
And left me alone

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Roker Pier

You lay there, waiting for us
In the tranquil sun-sparkled water
Sleepy and embedded
In your stoney hauteur
Sunday morning spilling over you
In all of it's glory
Ice creams and coffee
And a chat and a story
or two:

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