Scott Hastie

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Scott Hastie is a successful British born poet and writer, who has been has been commercially published in the UK for over twenty years now. He currently has seven titles in print, including a novel and four collections of poetry. In recent years, the spiritual tone in his maturing poetic voice is starting to draw increasing acclaim from a worldwide audience, especially in the U.S. India & the Middle East.

Scheduled for global release, in both e & print editions this September, Angel Voices is by far his most substantial collection of poetry to date, featuring over 40 brand new poems never before seen, either in print or on the net. This title builds much more on the mature ... more »

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  • Carol Zielinski (8/7/2014 6:19:00 AM)

    So lovely to see your wonderful poems here Scott!

  • Micki Peluso (7/1/2014 9:58:00 PM)

    Scott Hastie is an up and coming poet with great depth of sensuality and meter within his many wonderful wsorks of poetry.I'm always excited when he has a new peice of work out because I know in advance that I'll love it.

  • Laura Bailey (6/26/2014 6:38:00 AM)

    Thank you Scott for letting me know that some of your poems are now here.
    Congratulations on all of the great writing!

  • Sudakshina Bhattacharjee Sudakshina Bhattacharjee (6/25/2014 9:08:00 AM)

    It is wonderful to see your poems here, Scott. Well done to you!

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Best Poem of Scott Hastie

Despite What We Imagine

Despite what we imagine
In our sometime pain,
Beset either by aching anticipation
Or subsequent loss,
Lovers are never found by chance.

So tell that to the trees,
Who've seen it all
Countless times before
And can only stand apart
In the meadow of life
And wait
For us to dream again,
Like some broken hearted waif
On a grimy street,
For whom only the predatory
Are likely to stop.

For not even fool's comfort
Can cling on there
To inhibit notes of caution
That would otherwise trim our wings,
Spoil any such dividend. ...

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