Robert Dummett


Robert Dummett Poems

1. On First Looking Onto Wintry Fields 6/1/2006
2. Invincible 6/1/2006
3. The Great Leveller 6/1/2006
4. Eye Of The Furnace 6/1/2006
5. Desert Night 6/1/2006
6. Curses And Cries 10/4/2006
7. Broken Flame 12/3/2007
8. A Tide Of Thought 12/17/2007
9. A Penny For The Guy 12/18/2007
10. Nature's Lance 2/11/2008
11. Lest We Forget 4/8/2010
12. In The Pocket Of Poverty 5/15/2011
13. A Vision To Hold 5/19/2011
14. The Balance 6/2/2011
15. Memory Recall 6/4/2011
16. Pillow Talk 6/7/2011
17. The Unveiling 8/17/2013
18. Called To The Bar 8/25/2013
19. A Rude Awakening 3/1/2014
20. Judgment Day 3/1/2014
21. Desert Land 3/8/2014
22. Early Morning 3/29/2014
23. The Black Horse Cometh 4/2/2014
24. Such Solemn Service 4/6/2014
25. Flight From The Fall 5/15/2014
26. Carenage 9/11/2014
27. A Trini Christmas 12/22/2014
28. No Stone Unturned 12/27/2016
29. Brass Monkey 4/28/2017
30. The Cover Up 10/5/2017
31. In Bondage Of Biblical Idols 11/27/2017
32. When Christmas Comes 12/17/2017
33. Halcyon Days 12/19/2017
34. Ballerino Barons Of The Sky 12/27/2017
35. New Year's Blank Pages 1/8/2018
36. On Returning To Shore 2/2/2018
37. Those Solar Days 2/27/2018
38. No Escape 3/4/2018
39. On The Rocks 9/7/2013
40. Lord Of The Dance 6/29/2013

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When Darkness Falls

The moon slides peeling the orange sun.
Seaward seagulls sign a truce of silence,
But cricket has not read the script
And bowls a babble to bats leaving crease
Running out for the night,
Frog, prince of the slime and puffed up like a
Pharisee notes the pitch, pulls no bull,
Hops and tosses a beamer in bass.
The beach buttons up its khaki suit
And sands the galvanize sea smooth,
Save for lover's slaps upon rocky heads;
The lighthouse stands as proud as a phallus-
To ships a friendly flasher,
To buoys a phosphorous professor,
A blast from a ...

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Unpaid Bills Of Humanity

Heaven has but hell to vanquish;
Earth is stiff without a care,
And, like shrivelled shrubs the homeless
Live in heaps of flaking fear.

Draped across paved slabs of cobble,
Chill surroundings though they be,
Leaves of insulating newsprint
Serve the children of the free.

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