Ross DixPeek

Rookie (10 July 1970 / Salisbury, Rhodesia)

Ross DixPeek Poems

1. The Ghost 6/12/2009
2. The Hunter And The Hunted 6/12/2009
3. The Fishing Trip 6/12/2009
4. The Philosophers! 6/12/2009
5. Sweet Nessie! 6/12/2009
6. The Castle 6/12/2009
7. The Soldier 6/12/2009
8. Sweet Sanity Lost! 6/12/2009
9. The Death Of Nanking,1937 6/12/2009
10. Finally, This Is Cricket! 6/12/2009
11. What Looks Back At Me? 6/12/2009
12. The Politician 6/12/2009
13. The Face In The Mirror 6/12/2009
14. The Door 6/12/2009
15. The Dawn! 6/14/2009
16. Ireland On A Sunny Day! 6/17/2009
17. I Grieve! 6/19/2009
18. Lost At Sea! 7/12/2009
19. What Does It Take To Be Nice? 8/15/2009
20. The Stretcher-Bearers 8/22/2009
21. Contact! (A War Poem) 6/12/2009
22. No Such Thing As Democracy! 8/29/2009
23. Saved By A Woman’s Love! 9/11/2009
24. Sublimation 360 9/22/2009
25. Rwandan Elegy 9/23/2009
26. Here Comes The Rain! 9/19/2009
27. The Land Of My Heart, Rhodesia! 9/21/2009
28. Aces High! 6/12/2009
29. The Actress 6/12/2009
30. The Real Weapons Of Mass Destruction! 6/12/2009
31. Never Give Up! 5/14/2009
32. An Ode To The Autistic Child 6/12/2009
33. Boys Flinging Mud-Pies! 9/24/2009
34. The Immigrant’s Lament 6/12/2009
35. The White African 6/12/2009
36. The Springbok (A Rugby Poem) 8/22/2009
37. Consumerism, Merely Another God! 8/23/2009
38. The Wedding Ring! 9/25/2009
39. The Boxer 6/12/2009
40. “hollywood Vows” (Satirical Poem) 6/12/2009

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“hollywood Vows” (Satirical Poem)

“Hollywood Vows” (Satirical Poem)

by
Ross Dix-Peek



I promise never to love you,
Nor ever to hold you,
If this so-called “marriage” does last but a week
Believe me, that shall be quite a feat,
I promise never to cherish you
And always to be untrue,
For you I shall not care,
For you I cannot bear,
Hate and disdain is all I can offer
And vile vanity all I can proffer,
I promise only “Mammon” to adore
And for you I shall only but abhor,
When life is good and fair
I shall then still be there,
But when I black clouds do ...

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The Ghost

The Ghost

By
Ross Dix-Peek


A white sliver of light
Diaphanous and so bright
Heralds the arrival

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