Sean Godley

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

Sean Godley Poems

121. Foolish Wisdom 5/8/2006
122. Our Flames 4/1/2007
123. The Solace Of The Night 4/1/2007
124. Commitment 4/1/2007
125. Fragments Of The Future 5/4/2007
126. Mist 5/9/2007
127. The Paths 5/10/2007
128. The Drinking 5/11/2007
129. The Shapes Of Mist Portent A Lesser Woe 5/12/2007
130. Articles Indefinite 4/6/2008
131. Earthen Dream 4/2/2007
132. The Beautiful Alone 4/2/2007
133. Amnesian Dreams 5/11/2007
134. A True Welcome Within All Eyes 7/11/2007
135. The Skyline 7/12/2007
136. Unwritten Graffiti 7/12/2007
137. Shadow Of Direction 10/11/2007
138. The Light That Through The Body Grows 10/13/2007
139. A Wisdom We Shan'T Know 5/13/2007
140. The Mind Unchipped 5/25/2006
141. Pyromania 5/12/2006
142. Death Is Blind 5/4/2006
143. Sixty Summers 4/11/2006
144. According To The Morning Light 5/28/2006
145. Aphelion 7/4/2006
146. Beneath Old Roads And Pavement Paths 5/28/2006
147. Hibernation 5/26/2006
148. Poverty's Liberty 5/23/2006
149. Prague 4/6/2008
150. The Kiss That Lead To The Broken Heart 12/5/2006
151. Those Sworn In Blood To Live Wild And Die Young 7/6/2006
152. The Constant Soul 5/9/2006
153. Lights Of Hope 7/6/2006
154. Satan's Unicorns 7/6/2006
155. Blue Bones 4/15/2006
156. Stark Branches 4/11/2006
157. Feeling Silence Saved For Starlit Night 5/2/2007
158. Breathe Until There Is No Breath To Take 4/2/2007
159. The Sober-Moonlit Road 4/20/2007
160. October 10/22/2006
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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Sixty Summers

when pollen perfumes with the wind
the rooms and chests of fleeting loom
may meet it sweetly frowning twinned
of weeks unstirred to tap the push
of putrid petals made to shush
the crying child inside the womb
and darker yet some sixty summers gone
it made the youngsters shrill with fun
a will rekindling back my whiles

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