Ted Sheridan


Ted Sheridan Poems

521. Short Timer 11/26/2008
522. My Wife Left Me On Mother's Day, Guess I'M All Grown Up 5/11/2008
523. A Fear And Loathing Of Spotted Owls/In Memory Of Hunter S. Thompson Who Could Fire Off A Good Book In One Shot... 2/16/2008
524. My Father's Chain Of Command/ He Took No Prisoners 7/15/2007
525. An End To War 12/11/2007
526. Bad Parenting Is Habit Forming 12/12/2007
527. Dad's Little Birthday Girl Is All Grown Up. 4/26/2008
528. Driving My Mother's Old Retired Car 4/20/2008
529. Where Are Today's Political Poets And Pro-Fishing Activist At? 3/17/2008
530. The Power Of Prayer When Applied To The Theory Of Relativity 6/24/2007
531. Iraq Is No Vietnam 5/21/2007
532. Commuted Sentences Of Whoa 2/23/2007
533. The Case Of The Beamed Up Man In Apt 11b 9/15/2007
534. Wisdom 1/29/2009
535. Light Years Of Verse 9/21/2008
536. We'Re All Just Ordinary Geniuses 7/9/2007
537. And To Think I Once Called Her Princess 10/14/2007
538. The Aesthetic Faculties Of An American Icon 7/11/2007
539. Bad Sushi 7/11/2007
540. It Is A Good Day To Die Said The Old Man To The Sky 7/20/2007
541. O' That One Miracle Might Fall-Pt In A Series Of Poems Leading To My Death 9/30/2007
542. Rules Of Grammar And Nakedness Concealed Behind The A And The T 10/6/2007
543. A Healthy Diet 11/7/2007
544. Can'T See My Princess For The Trees 6/13/2007
545. 1948 Seems Like Yesterday 11/26/2008
546. *dylan’s Windmills/Camelot Blowing In The Wind 5/1/2010
547. He Gave His Life For Freedom 7/16/2007
548. Women Who Love Peanut Butter 12/28/2007
549. Missing In Action 2/18/2007
550. Asking For A Stiff Drink 7/23/2008
551. Bottled At The Source 6/25/2007
552. Expecting Everything That Comes Out Of His Head To Be F 'In Brilliant 8/30/2007
553. Blessed Friend 7/18/2008
554. Bbw And Canasta 5/3/2007
555. The More We Learn The Less We Know For Sure 1/12/2008
556. *scrambled 8/20/2010
557. 1967 Critiqued After All These Years 12/11/2007
558. A Slave To A Knave 7/21/2007
559. Deep Depression And The Lack Of Any Yearning 7/21/2007
560. Ez 7/20/2008

Comments about Ted Sheridan

  • Emancipation Planz (5/21/2013 3:26:00 AM)

    R.I.P. Ted Sheridan... you were a wonderful poet (and mentor / encourager) to me... and when you told me after Hxx passed that *you were not much longer for this world yourself*... your brain was a goody... and sorely missed you will be by me... within within is wit... and fondly I remember it now... till the *next meeting* within the aroha... remembrances...

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  • p.a. noushad p.a. noushad (10/24/2008 3:21:00 AM)

    your poems nerrate the natural truth.

  • Amanda Lukas (4/9/2008 9:24:00 AM)

    A master of the art of sarcasm and wit, with pieces that both stir and charm the senses.

  • Ivan Donn Carswell (10/25/2007 12:54:00 PM)

    Ted Sheridan's redeeming virtues like his writing talent are real, not virtual. He stepped free of poetic mediocrity through a singular style and unique turn of phrase - all without pretention or ostentation. What you see is what you get - real observations, wit, wisdom and an inimitable verve. Rock on Ted! Regards, Ivan

  • Subbaraman N V (10/25/2007 1:08:00 AM)

    Fantastic! Deep thoughts and meaningful messages. Society needs such poets. Go strong, dear Ted!

  • Anna Russell (8/30/2007 5:08:00 PM)

    Ahh...like a pint of ice cold Guiness in the middle of a heatwave. Or new shoes. Well, I might be exaggerating about that last one, but still, he a damned good poet - and a damned fine man to boot.
    Hugs
    Anna xxx

  • Joseph Daly (8/10/2007 4:47:00 AM)

    It is said that first impressions can be decieving. I came late to Ted's writing because I was off-line for a while.

    Tara's comment says it all really.

    For me personally, I find a warmth to Ted's poems. They have a modern approach and yet are overflowing with emotion. His talent seems to be natural, but this is not meant to blind one to the fact that Ted is disciplined in his approach.

    Rarely have I seen sloppiness in Ted's works: his structures are fitting and no words seem to be wasted or put there for reasons of pretention.

  • Cheryl Lynn Moyer-peele Cheryl Lynn Moyer-peele (7/14/2007 11:22:00 AM)

    Ted -

    Keep rocking the boat baby! ....And if that dog with his head on his paws ever starts his revolution, tell him I'm in!

    Another fan - Cheryl Moyer

  • Tara very irritated with PH injustice (6/3/2007 8:57:00 AM)

    I love to read this mans work. Straight from the hip. Blunt. Poetic. Engaging. Erudite. Miss him, miss out. Perfect poet. And I wasn't even going for alliteration, just admiration. t x

Best Poem of Ted Sheridan

*a Devoted Gardener Of Love And Beauty

I looked upon her beauty as a flower
I hesitated to pinch her from her stem
Instead I planted myself next to her
Where I too have flourished in a sense…..

Dedicated to my wife

2008 ©TS

Read the full of *a Devoted Gardener Of Love And Beauty

Verbose Gibberish

It is the virtue of civility
that holds me in check
and keeps me from exposing
my privates
to just anyone
It is the decorousness of my youth
in direct proportion to my longevity
which protects me from revealing
my secret sauces

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