Robert Dummett


Robert Dummett Poems

1. The Great Leveller 6/1/2006
2. Eye Of The Furnace 6/1/2006
3. Desert Night 6/1/2006
4. Curses And Cries 10/4/2006
5. Broken Flame 12/3/2007
6. A Penny For The Guy 12/18/2007
7. Nature's Lance 2/11/2008
8. Lest We Forget 4/8/2010
9. A Rude Awakening 3/1/2014
10. Desert Land 3/8/2014
11. Early Morning 3/29/2014
12. The Black Horse Cometh 4/2/2014
13. Such Solemn Service 4/6/2014
14. Flight From The Fall 5/15/2014
15. Carenage 9/11/2014
16. A Trini Christmas 12/22/2014
17. A Vision To Hold 5/19/2011
18. The Balance 6/2/2011
19. Memory Recall 6/4/2011
20. The Unveiling 8/17/2013
21. When Christmas Comes 12/17/2017
22. Halcyon Days 12/19/2017
23. Ballerino Barons Of The Sky 12/27/2017
24. On Returning To Shore 2/2/2018
25. Those Solar Days 2/27/2018
26. No Escape 3/4/2018
27. Those Dismal Days 8/24/2019
28. Turning Pages Of Life 8/29/2019
29. No Stone Unturned 12/27/2016
30. Counting The Cost Of Sacrifice 9/1/2019
31. Apocalypse 9/12/2019
32. Shadows Of The Reeds 10/20/2019
33. History Revisted 1/13/2020
34. The Cover Up 10/5/2017
35. In Bondage Of Biblical Idols 11/27/2017
36. On The Rocks 9/7/2013
37. Lord Of The Dance 6/29/2013
38. To Daddy....In Loving Memory 1/10/2011
39. Today With Thanks 4/17/2011
40. Sugar Cane 2/23/2014

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  • Radhica Laukaran (9/1/2019 10:10:00 PM)

    Absolutely brilliant

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Best Poem of Robert Dummett

Anaemic Lamps

Midnight. Shadows slip over the horizon
While boats sleep like babes silently as a mime.
Green water wears a charcoal gown
Rubbing ribs gently muttering
In the shallows of sea-shaven stone,
To buoys flashing anaemic lamps.

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The Great Leveller

Silently she stalks the corridors of time,
A piper faceless in a world of mist,
Her chord, a dirge dreaded by mice and men
Rattles shields even of the gods -
Immortality shakes in a change key.
Now, the deaf hears her music -
Sombre, insistent, final;
Her performance holds no encore for her
Audience, and in the dark she reigns supreme,