Biography of Tim Sully
I am a medically retired former civil servant. I graduated in law but hated every minute of it. My talents seem vast and varied though as yet I seem master of none.
My poems reflect my myriad moods. The content and meter are as varied as the language and sentiment. I can be cynical one moment, tender the next. If nothing else, I am at least spontaneous and honest in what I write.
I really couldn't say whether I think my poetry is good or not, though I suppose I must like it else I wouldn't make it readily available. I hope other people like it too, or at the very least find it worthy of critique.
Tim Sully's Works:
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Tim Sully Poems
Do Chairs Have Feelings Too?
Is a chair aware of the derriere there? Does it care that you take up its space? Does it ever purport to offer support As you stick your rear in its face?
Thanks For Nothing
I saw your car He was there, in the passenger seat Complete with sunglasses And a crooked smile
For Who's Benefit?
My nerves scream as I trudge Through the drudgery Of the scatter’d files of no-souls land. Carnage at the counter
I Can'T Sleep
I can’t sleep ‘Cos all the sheep That help me doze Have gone on strike
My hat It’s not all that But it sits on me quite nicely Though I couldn’t say precisely
It’s not all that
But it sits on me quite nicely
Though I couldn’t say precisely
Why I like it so much
It’s a fairly simple millenary object
A hand me down from my late aunt May
A vintage model from ‘85
(That’s the year by the way-