Sean Godley

Rookie (17/11/1981 / Cavan, Republic of Ireland)

Sean Godley Poems

41. Young Girls Talking 10/4/2006
42. The Backward Roads 4/11/2006
43. Violet Flowers 4/11/2006
44. Whispers From Yesteryear 4/11/2006
45. The Cancer-Mirth 4/12/2006
46. United 93 4/15/2006
47. An Earthen Dream 4/15/2006
48. One Shape 5/4/2006
49. God In The Womb 5/4/2006
50. Torrent Skies 5/4/2006
51. A Grimace At Once Gold Ways The Day Was Spent 5/4/2006
52. A Fathom 5/4/2006
53. Twilight 5/4/2006
54. The Ghost Of Rachmaninoff 5/4/2006
55. The Tearful Twins Inside The Womb 5/4/2006
56. At The Beach 5/7/2006
57. The Words We Wisp Alone 5/7/2006
58. Solitude's Sixth Sense 5/8/2006
59. Stars 5/8/2006
60. Revelation 5/8/2006
61. Nudity 5/8/2006
62. Lost Honesties 5/9/2006
63. A World Without Networks 5/12/2006
64. To The Young 5/12/2006
65. The Scribe 5/12/2006
66. The Joy Of Regret 5/12/2006
67. The Future 5/12/2006
68. Liberty 5/12/2006
69. Subconscious Numbing 5/12/2006
70. Embers 11/7/2006
71. Electric Wind 11/7/2006
72. Where Sunsets Meet 11/7/2006
73. Nostalgia Glows For Joyous Days Now Past 11/14/2006
74. Red Moonlight 11/14/2006
75. Mare 11/14/2006
76. Urban God 11/28/2006
77. Lost Poems 12/4/2006
78. The Honest Depths 12/4/2006
79. Deserted Kiss That Led To The Broken Heart 12/5/2006
80. Wisdom From The Sands 12/6/2006
Best Poem of Sean Godley

Achilles And Cobain

Those sworn in blood to live wild and die young,
And lend their wayward impulse in dry night,
Live on forever in their joys re-sung.

They take no heed of warning eye or tongue,
No spectres, nor the mortal moral, fright
Those sworn in blood to live wild and die young.

Although, too soon, their songs will leave the lung,
Their laughter and unhesitating sight
Live on forever in their joys re-sung.

Their eyes are fire, their hearts and nerves unstrung,
Inside them flows the stars and dancing light,
Those sworn in blood to live wild and die ...

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Dusk

distant stillnesses
the crows and sparrows
screech and scrape across
the sunken sunlight
oblong orange dyes with purple
dying into older black
they shriek and shriek their sure remembrance
sounds they screech and scrape across
the sunken sunlight

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