Robert Sheridan


Robert Sheridan Poems

1. Goodbye 1/30/2008
2. A Chance To See 1/30/2008
3. Fog And Mirrors 1/30/2008
4. Ghost 1/30/2008
5. Rogue 1/30/2008
6. Storm Upon The Dunes 1/30/2008
7. Posse 1/30/2008
8. Beyond The See 1/31/2008
9. Comma’ Sutra 1/31/2008
10. Constant Sorrow 1/31/2008
11. Country Pub 1/31/2008
12. Distancing 1/31/2008
13. Distorted 1/31/2008
14. In The Shadows 1/31/2008
15. Listen To The Flowing River 1/31/2008
16. Metropolis 1/31/2008
17. Scorched 1/31/2008
18. Sin-Energy 1/31/2008
19. Softly 1/31/2008
20. Solitude 1/31/2008
21. Surge 1/31/2008
22. Swing 1/31/2008
23. The Milky Way 1/31/2008
24. The Morn 1/31/2008
25. View From A Porch 1/31/2008
26. Whaler’s Lament 1/31/2008
27. Whaler’s Widow’s Lament 1/31/2008
28. Wooden Animals 1/31/2008
29. Wrap 1/31/2008
30. You’re The One 1/31/2008
31. Picket’s Charge 2/1/2008
32. The Jersey Shore Shark Attacks 2/1/2008
33. Grip 2/1/2008
34. The Ravin’ Lunatic 2/1/2008
35. Passion 2/1/2008
36. Tripping The Light 2/1/2008
37. Do Not Drop 1/31/2008
38. No New Order Of Things 1/31/2008
39. One Eye Blind 1/31/2008
40. One Sweet Dream 1/31/2008

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  • Jamie Vanecek (10/11/2009 5:31:00 PM)

    What poem did Robert Sheridan write with the verse Why don't you come into my garden, I would like my roses to look at you

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Best Poem of Robert Sheridan

The Luck Of The Irish

A famine, then its aftermath
Happened between ’45 & ‘51
Caused initially by a spud blight
One potato, two potato, three potato more.

Primary food source sacrificed
Deadly effect on the Irish population
Famine related diseases – over one million died
One potato, two potato, three potato more.

Another one million living headed for other shores
Culture & origins changed forever
Long-term negative effects on Irish traditions
One potato, two potato, three potato more.

First came dependency, then subdivisions
Followed by starvation & ...

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A Chance To See

Born to me a vision from afar
You emerged from a longing
Awakened as from a deep dream
A vision of my world renewed

Taken by the light in your smile
Could never go back, the past reconciled
You reached out with your hand
No obstacle to discourage you

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