suzan gumush

Rookie - 123 Points (cyprus)

suzan gumush Poems

1. A Halo For A Ring 6/11/2006
2. All Else Doesn'T Matter 6/13/2006
3. A Working Demand 9/23/2006
4. Good Wishes To All 9/24/2006
5. Sharing The Rhyme 9/27/2006
6. Freedom Has Turned Into An Illision 9/27/2006
7. Words Can Lie 9/27/2006
8. The Greed Of Those Bosses 9/27/2006
9. Manipulations Come As A Stir 9/29/2006
10. Man Of Burden 9/29/2006
11. Hammering On My Verses 9/30/2006
12. A Man Of Many Fashions 10/5/2006
13. Lost But Not Empty 10/6/2006
14. A Humourous Thought 10/12/2006
15. Contractions Full Of Nothing 11/17/2006
16. Gossip! 11/17/2006
17. A Turkish Cypriot Dancer 11/17/2006
18. Forgiveness 11/17/2006
19. War! 11/18/2006
20. Sharing Love 11/23/2006
21. Locked Inside A Cage 11/23/2006
22. A Market Full Of Rules 12/1/2006
23. Life Was A Crying Game 12/3/2006
24. Christmas Cheer! 12/20/2006
25. Thoughts Of Nothing 12/22/2006
26. Let It Be Said 1/12/2007
27. Get Ready For World War Three! An Alien Invasion 3/18/2007
28. Structured Existence 6/19/2007
29. Message From Above 10/27/2007
30. Untold Truth 11/12/2007
31. Unlevel Headed Twit! 11/25/2007
32. Life Is A Sham! 12/14/2007
33. Cowgirl Sue 12/20/2007
34. Man Will Become Yesterdays News 1/6/2008
35. A Guide Into Heaven 1/6/2008
36. Lost On This Planet They Call Earth! 1/6/2008
37. No Time 1/15/2008
38. Too Many Speedy Gonzales 10/19/2006
39. Judgement Day Will Rule 10/21/2006
40. Success In A Grade 10/25/2006

Comments about suzan gumush

  • C. P. Sharma C. P. Sharma (8/8/2008 6:19:00 AM)

    I took a brief survey of Suzan’s poetry. Perhaps, it reflects the life as it comes to her in which as Thomas Hardy says, “…happiness is but an occasional episode in the general drama of pain.” Hence, a sense of deep anguish, satire and irony runs throughout her poems with an occasional touch of humor.

    She has wisely used her socio-economic-literary know how in presenting a panoramic view of life enhancing their impact through her superb poetic craftsmanship.

    Although mostly pessimistic, she does not take a defeatist attitude towards life like Milton when he says in ‘Paradise Lost’:

    “What though the field be lost?
    All is not lost; th’ unconquerable will,
    ………………………..”

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  • Egi David Perdana (5/10/2008 4:49:00 AM)

    I love your poems, keep writting, your a amazing friend thanx

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  • Leon Seagal (9/3/2006 5:17:00 PM)

    She must have suffered a lot in the past! I could feel this sharp pain, while I was reading her poems! Only one thing I could say, all the best to good poet and good mother!

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Best Poem of suzan gumush

Broken Children

I've come across many neglected children
They carry a pain
Thats left a mark
An uncured wound
A broken heart
A broken home
Due to parents disappearing
Or out there searching
Always there children they are hurting
Why! ....
Because of greed
Because of need
Because of temptation
Or because of drugs!
These children never did ask to be born
And find there status torn
Ripped apart and shredded!
How selfish can those parents be
All for want and for themselves to repair
The only place they have come to tear
Are the roots of those ...

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All Else Doesn'T Matter

If I hear news of a stabbing
Of all else it would be my son

If I hear news of someone excluded
Of all else it would be my Daughter

If I hear news someone is in debt
Of all else it would be me

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