Thomas Vaughan Jones


Thomas Vaughan Jones Poems

41. Menagerie De Trois. A Tale Of Tragedy And Star Crossed Lovers 2/10/2014
42. Preferences 2/8/2014
43. The Drunken Spree Of Ritchie Flanagan 2/2/2014
44. A Nonet Sonnet 4/3/2014
45. Satanic Verse 4/19/2014
46. Irreverence 4/9/2014
47. Poetry Is- - - 4/12/2014
48. The Beginning 7/31/2015
49. Tiger, Tiger, Sparkling Bright. 1/19/2014
50. The Omen 1/16/2014
51. A Great And Glorious Adventure 1/23/2014
52. Kung Hey Fat Choy 2/1/2014
53. Love Is A Many Splendoured Thing 2/14/2014
54. When I Am With You 2/15/2014
55. Too Late 2/12/2014
56. Valentine 2/12/2014
57. Growing Old 3/3/2014
58. Sonnet Fever 2/24/2014
59. Balancing Act 2/5/2014
60. Bukowski, And Me. 1/25/2014
61. Tales From A Passing Cloud 1/26/2014
62. After The Grief, The Gratitude 1/17/2014
63. Good Night Jack 3/27/2014
64. Spring Song 2/23/2014
65. Poor Old William (Wordsworth) 2/23/2014
66. An Old Man's Sonnet 1/18/2014
67. Oh! To Be In April! 2/14/2015
68. The Beast 4/15/2014
69. The Leprechauns Lament 1/30/2014
70. Reflections From An Old Man’s Diary 2/4/2014
71. Attention. Elvis Alert. 2/4/2014
72. I Married A Somnambulist 2/25/2014
73. Didactically Firing Blanks 3/4/2014
74. Re-Union 3/9/2014
75. After Six Beers 1/16/2014
76. A Chapter Of Accidents 1/16/2014
77. The Last Love Song 1/15/2014
78. Autumnal 1/29/2014
79. Leaf Fall 2/20/2014
80. A Brief Note For My Surgeons 4/5/2014

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Is There Anybody Out There

Space! The final frontier
where stars are simply signposts to a place,
where, we are told, a paradise awaits.
Open to all who live within God’s grace.

But is He there? That Sentient Entity!
Does He exist? Or is He just asleep?
Does He no longer hold a watchful eye,
or does He take delight when strong men weep?

The World is screaming, torn by war and blight.
White collared men place all the blame on Man,
for God is Love, and love is blinding light.
But Love lies bleeding in His Master plan.

Should any say that Man must have his ...

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A Chapter Of Accidents

I was looking in the gutter when I saw this little note,
So I picked it up and read it, and somebody had wrote;
'You'll never get to Heaven if you keep on looking down.'
So I straightened up my shoulders; then I gave a little frown.
For as I raised my head up to look into the sky,
A dirty little birdie dropped a hot-shot in my eye.
It stung; more than a little, but I struggled with my hurt
and I bravely kept on walking; then I stood in doggy dirt.
I slipped, and then I skidded, and

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