S.A. Blair

Rookie - 0 Points (15th October 1975 / Belfast)

S.A. Blair Poems

1. A Politician To A Historian Of The Heart 2/1/2009
2. Gas 2/1/2009
3. For The Angels 2/9/2009
4. Cosa Nostra 2/9/2009
5. The Bee's Knees (Or Ode To A Plastic Man) 2/16/2009
6. This New Trouble 2/18/2009
7. Prism 2/18/2009
8. The Peddler 3/15/2009
9. Dear Diary 3/15/2009
10. My View 12/16/2008
11. Haiku Flu 3/15/2009
12. Latin Twist (Or, Guilt To Dance To) 3/15/2009
13. Enmity 3/17/2009
14. Mr. Writer 3/25/2009
15. Impotent Immaculate 6/10/2009
16. A Whisper Of Winter 9/8/2009
17. What If I Die Here? 1/23/2012
18. My New Telescope 12/16/2008
19. Ode To Mornington Crescent 6/10/2009
20. Theft By Homophone 1/19/2009
21. Bookcase 3/15/2009
22. Haiku Of The Turning Tide 3/15/2009
23. Pentagon 2/9/2009

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Pentagon

Five Rigid sides,
Intransigent construction,
No room to give,
All fall down.

Five pointed structure,
Immovable is brittle,
Chasm in the middle,
All fall down.

Five straight lines,
No room for expansion,
Blow the wind of change,
All fall down.

Five fat fingers,
Grasp a butterfly,
No room for manoeuvre,
Terminal cocoon.

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My View

I remember I had a view. I called it ‘my view’.
I found it once I’d been given that new freedom of latter teenage years.
I turned a corner clipping the apex, clumsily I suppose,
But it felt perfect at the time.
And then, wow! It must have been the beginning of adulthood.
Frenetic processes the result of intense focus slowed and stopped as the pistons followed suit. Only a moment of hesitation, considering driving on, but no.
From standstill, I twisted from the waist to see the way back. P

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