William McGehee


William McGehee Poems

1. Whisper 10/7/2011
2. My Sparrow 10/7/2011
3. Sunset 10/7/2011
4. My Venus 10/7/2011
5. Children 10/7/2011
6. You Asked 10/7/2011
7. Christmas Poem 10/7/2011
8. Hyacinths Rolling 10/7/2011
9. The Poem That Speaks Of Nothing 10/7/2011
10. Tell Me 10/7/2011
11. Cleats 10/7/2011
12. Cafe Snowy Night 10/7/2011
13. I Sit Here Writing All Alone 10/7/2011
14. I Wish That You May Keep 10/7/2011
15. Between 10/7/2011
16. Robin 10/7/2011
17. Beside Her In The Morning 10/7/2011
18. Angel 10/7/2011
19. Morning Rain 10/7/2011
20. Quiet Reader 10/7/2011
21. Red 10/7/2011
22. Argentine Postcard 10/7/2011
23. Tempting, Teasing, Touching 10/7/2011
24. Prayer Candle 10/7/2011
25. Broken 10/7/2011
26. The Fool 10/7/2011
27. Wishing 10/7/2011
28. Window Shopping 10/7/2011
29. The Astronomer 10/7/2011
30. A Doubt About Me 10/7/2011
31. On His Death 10/7/2011
32. The Song Of Dusk And Dawn, Nature’s Sonata 10/7/2011
33. They 10/7/2011
34. I Saw Her Crying 10/7/2011
35. It Seems Untrue 10/8/2011
36. The Other Day 10/8/2011
37. Love As The Seasons 10/8/2011
38. Tired Soul 10/8/2011
39. Lonly (Stars) 12/14/2011
40. Voice Of Noah 2/1/2012

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Best Poem of William McGehee

Black Widow (Blues Song)

Oh baby, I'm asking the question, Why?
Oh baby, where does that heart of yours lie?
It seems like I'm missing the answers you're givin'
It seems like I'm caught in the webs you've been spinning...

Again.

Black widow, invisible thread
Black widow with poisonous tongue
Black widow, you're up in my head
Black widow, my heart has been stung

Black widow, my heart has been stung.

Oh baby, I thought I was free from the pain.
But baby, that's all just a part of your game
It seems like your venom still has me all trippin'
It seems your grip now ...

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Cafe Snowy Night

A swinging tune, a happy mood
Consumes me in this small cafe,
The scent of coffee and of food,
An eerie voice of yesterday.
And now that voice of one long gone
Warms me as if t’were the fire’s light.
The syllables he once has sung
Protect me from the snowy night.

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