Paul Gerard Reed


Paul Gerard Reed Poems

161. Glory 10/6/2014
162. Stripes Of Light 10/7/2014
163. Dusty Track 10/15/2014
164. Night Fog 10/15/2014
165. What Became Of The Day 10/15/2014
166. Straight Ahead 10/15/2014
167. Feel The Rain 10/15/2014
168. One More Try 10/15/2014
169. I Won'T Stop 10/15/2014
170. Downtown 10/16/2014
171. A World Away From The Storm 10/19/2014
172. Late Rose 10/20/2014
173. Sky 10/27/2014
174. Hordes Of Faces 10/28/2014
175. Older 10/29/2014
176. Sparkler 11/6/2014
177. Gullane Bents 11/6/2014
178. I Found You 11/7/2014
179. The Final Storm 11/11/2014
180. Our Own Little Worlds 11/16/2014
181. It's Ok 11/17/2014
182. The Invisible Enemy 11/18/2014
183. The Test 11/20/2014
184. Midnight Email 11/21/2014
185. Old Clock 11/23/2014
186. All The People 11/27/2014
187. Departing Day 12/1/2014
188. Goodbye Sweet Day 12/7/2014
189. Harsh Winds 12/7/2014
190. All Of These Things 12/7/2014
191. Kind 12/10/2014
192. Town Hall Clock 12/10/2014
193. These Familiar Walls 12/15/2014
194. Night Sky 12/22/2014
195. A Day At Blyth 12/23/2014
196. Camel's Island 3/23/2015
197. The Cloak Of Night 3/28/2015
198. Hit The Heights 4/7/2015
199. Filey Brigg 4/14/2015
200. Oak Trees 4/16/2015

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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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Summer Has Gone

We trod with muddy shoes
Amongst autumn's new-won hues
As the slate grey sea boiled and churned
Clover and thistle at our feet
Had replaced buttercup sweet
'Alas! the frail Summer has turned'

What hopes we had for tomorrow
Now washed through with sorrow

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