Thomas Duncky


Thomas Duncky Poems

1. To Those I Love 3/24/2011
2. Maybe 2/3/2012
3. The Rise Of The Giant (A Poem For Africa) 2/3/2012
4. Zarmina 5/10/2012
5. From The Roots Of A Brahman (Siddhartha) 5/10/2012
6. We, Whose Voice Is Less 5/10/2012
7. A Love Lost In Vain 5/10/2012
8. When The Bells Toll For Me 8/20/2013
9. I Alone 8/25/2013
10. Rage 9/8/2013
11. Too Long In The Dungeons 9/8/2013
12. Fragments Of My Heart 9/17/2013
13. Time To End These Blues 9/17/2013
14. My Morning Dew 9/17/2013
15. By And By 9/21/2013
16. If You Wish Me Hell 9/21/2013
17. And To Myself I Speak The Truth 9/21/2013
18. Behold Silver's Got A Gun 9/21/2013
19. Fragments: A Journey Through Nine Lives (Part I) 9/21/2013
20. The Prodigal So Far Gone 9/21/2013
21. I’ll Take You To The Ghetto 9/21/2013
22. Days Like These 9/21/2013
23. The Day Light Will Illuminate My Soul 9/21/2013
24. O Shameful Country Men (Rise And Fight) 1/22/2014
25. Should I Crown You Now? 1/22/2014
26. Summon Me High Virtues! 1/22/2014
27. Time Polarity 1/22/2014
28. Of Vengeance And Forgiviness 1/22/2014
29. Alone On A Cold Winter’s Night! 1/22/2014
30. Listen Now ‘fore I Die 1/22/2014
31. The Dithery Asylum Seeker (Farewell) 3/10/2014
32. To A Lady I Love To Look Upon 3/10/2014
33. Must I Follow You Again? 3/10/2014
34. Epigram On Ghetto Christmas! 3/10/2014
35. Stunned Again 3/22/2014
36. Is There A Place? 3/31/2014
37. O Leech 3/31/2014
38. If This Be The Best Of Our Times 10/8/2013
39. Remembering Your Gentle Touch 10/16/2013
40. When I See The Sun 10/16/2013

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Woman Of Stone

Her legend so untold
Through her life many have walked
As her true story doth unfold
“from our timid fears love weans us” once she wrote.
As if there is gold between her legs she walks.
Been here and there with bigger folks
On special occasions bald she talks.
Like dust she always rises
Higher and higher she flies
Until she finds out why the caged bird sings
She is an angel by virtue of being who she is and not what she is
A mother for the motherless
A scholar so priceless
Like Master Shakespeare she walks in the aisle of bards with great respect.
A ...

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Emancipate Yourself

Fly high in the sky like a falcon.
Then beautify the atmosphere like a butterfly.
Come down to earth little angel and see,
the mountains, the valleys, the lakes and seas.

Sing soft like a bird in the morning,
and not like a woman in mourning.
Smile all day and never shade a tear,
for that is cowardly fear.

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