Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)


Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light) Poems

1. The Stranger 1/16/2010
2. Qualified 1/16/2010
3. Clear Day 1/16/2010
4. Sad 1/16/2010
5. Refresh 1/16/2010
6. Flying The Cage 1/16/2010
7. Godspeed 1/16/2010
8. Soon 1/16/2010
9. Socially Acceptable 1/16/2010
10. Thought & Feelings 1/16/2010
11. Of Reflections* 1/18/2010
12. Ode To The Poet* 1/18/2010
13. Driven* 1/18/2010
14. Memory Of A Lover* 1/18/2010
15. The Secret Of The Grail* 1/18/2010
16. Set On A Smaller Stage* 1/18/2010
17. My Love* 1/18/2010
18. Particles Of Dust* 1/19/2010
19. Tribute* 1/19/2010
20. The Four Elements 'Baci Ruh' * 1/19/2010
21. Greeted By Your Smile* 1/19/2010
22. The Taste Of Wine* 1/18/2010
23. Finally Fulfilled* 1/19/2010
24. I Believe 1/19/2010
25. Moment In Time* 1/19/2010
26. Please Forgive Me 1/19/2010
27. Ad Astra* 1/19/2010
28. Walk The True Blue Way* 1/20/2010
29. Faces Of Death* 1/20/2010
30. Memory Deleted 1/20/2010
31. Up-Skilling Phobia 1/20/2010
32. Ravished Vein (Haiku) 1/20/2010
33. Waiting For Healers 1/20/2010
34. A Question Of Taste 1/20/2010
35. The Least That I Could Do? 1/20/2010
36. The Purity Of Love 1/20/2010
37. Love Is 1/21/2010
38. Rainy Morning 1/21/2010
39. The Sun Is Shining 1/21/2010
40. Expectations Of Meeting 1/21/2010
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Maya Angelou: A Phenomenal Woman?

Me thinks much ink
has been spilt
over the poem;
‘Phenomenal Woman’
by Maya Angelou.

Me thinks it is time
I stuck my oar in
had my say;
hopefully in a far
less controversial way.

So I ask all these supposedly
expert men who
read read read her poem;
then see red red red
who is Maya Angelou?

A Phenomenal Woman?

And to a man these reds do not know?

Do they also not know
that it is personal choice;
which poems poets writers we like?
All have differing tastes
all are entitled to their opinion! ...

Read the full of Maya Angelou: A Phenomenal Woman?

Single Red Ribbon


Once there was a ribbon
a single red ribbon
two gold rings threaded.
Upon either end.

Upon a silver tray
were rings placed
with silver scissors

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