Robert Sheridan

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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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Not Dead

But damned close
Medical science has predetermined
Maybe a flu, maybe an infection
Paragon of salutary well-being
Playing you like a two-dollar fiddle.

Welcome visitors from near and beyond
Sorry, but that’s all the strength I have for today
My heart is throbbing out of phase
Accompanied by an aching neck
Need to recover soon
Or I’ll be carried out on a mortician’s gurney.

Then I thought, maybe I need to wash my hands
With carbolic soap, after writing this prose
Whoops! Too late – here comes the coffin
Covered with lacquer and inlaid with ...

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Fog And Mirrors

Slightest turn towards them
Your hand paints their hand
Passion of hearts, one of steal
Love feelings – no need to hide

No barriers – boundaries defined
Brush body against body, serene
Solely originates, pleasant thoughts
Make an impression, firm stand