Sally Plumb Plumb

Gold Star - 8,240 Points (23 9 1940 / Haverhill Suffolk England)

Sally Plumb Plumb Poems

121. First Love 2/9/2019
122. Eddie Moon Shanks (Memorian) 2/10/2019
123. Emptiness 2/11/2019
124. Education 2/12/2019
125. Faith (2) 2/13/2019
126. Half 1/6/2019
127. Mind Game 1/7/2019
128. Shower Power (Kids Stuff) 1/8/2019
129. Off The Wall 1/9/2019
130. Grande Dame 1/3/2019
131. Fever 2/15/2019
132. Joseph 2/18/2019
133. Kabul 2/20/2019
134. Patrol 2/20/2019
135. Final Quarter 2/22/2019
136. Have The Supplies Arrived? 2/22/2019
137. Combat 2/24/2019
138. Absolution 2/24/2019
139. Street Fighter. 2/26/2019
140. Abandoment 2/26/2019
141. Solitaire 2/27/2019
142. Nursery Time.(Kids Stuff) 2/27/2019
143. Criticism 2/28/2019
144. Forgetmenot 3/1/2019
145. Unfinished Mourning 3/2/2019
146. Bloiwing Wild 3/3/2019
147. Autumn 3/11/2019
148. Roundelay 3/12/2019
149. Girlfriends 3/5/2019
150. The Slink 3/7/2019
151. Puddle. (Kids Stuff) 3/18/2019
152. Divorce 3/22/2019
153. Invasion 3/25/2019
154. The Wasp (Kids Stuff) 3/27/2019
155. Foxy. (Kids Stuff) 3/29/2019
156. Croft Row 4/2/2019
157. Advice 4/14/2019
158. Upset 4/17/2019
159. Starcrossed 4/24/2019
160. Touche' 4/26/2019

Comments about Sally Plumb Plumb

  • Prabir Gayen Prabir Gayen (12/14/2018 12:09:00 AM)

    Very versatile thinker........

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  • Terry Dawson (1/17/2016 2:06:00 AM)

    An Emily Dickenson for our times, perhaps?

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  • David Shoestring David Shoestring (3/26/2014 3:20:00 AM)

    Hi Sally,
    I chose a poem of yours at random - 1957 -
    “…kohl-eyed,
    black lashed
    Saturday morning spenders”
    ‘Good God’ I thought …were you there? ’
    Straight back to the ‘Riviera’ and ‘Elasona’ coffee bars and the local ‘Plaza’ on Saturday nights.
    Another couple - ‘Aunt Rose’ you say is kid’s stuff - we were all kids at one time and ‘Seagull’ - how often we fail to notice the things we frequently see. Great work.

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  • Allan Farran Allan Farran (1/13/2012 5:35:00 AM)

    Yes the universety of life of which I am one also gd to read your poems. I hav been writing poetry myself for about 20 years untill recently didnt know they were any good. Now I realise and now it flows.

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  • Ramesh Rai Ramesh Rai (10/14/2011 4:50:00 AM)

    Most Respected Madam,
    I have posted few poems, if possible please read once my poem bcoz your comments shall be more valuable than my poems
    with kind regards
    ramesh rai
    rkrai100@gmail.com

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  • Silly Artist (9/18/2011 2:23:00 PM)

    great work sally. and thank you 4 commenting on my page. you are truly a great woman!

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  • The 4am Poet Worm (7/12/2010 6:40:00 PM)

    strange how the small poems have the biggest effect.....scattering words around the rim of my mind :)

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  • The 4am Poet Worm (6/2/2010 6:17:00 PM)

    wow so many poems which is your favourite? ... please read my birthday song..

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  • Jerry Hughes (12/13/2009 2:16:00 AM)

    University of life? Join the club. Cheers, Jerry

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Best Poem of Sally Plumb Plumb

A Humorous Death

Distance stretches
to the horizon,
over the edge
is the distance down.
I am over
Falling slow as a feather.

My past passes me,
painfully.
It is a long way,
the bottom.
In the mortuary of mind
lay my ancestors
arms open and calling.
The dying left in me
will not speed its entirity
towards the inevitable.

>> <<

My ancestors are laughing now.
Applauding joyfully,
glad that I am released
from the restrictions of being.

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Pretty

You are like
a poem.
Patterned around
your face
like memories
laced together
with strings of petals
are my kisses
for you.
Lightly I look
into your eyes
crying those kisses
because
I miss you.

Sally Plumb

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