Zoe Guillory


Zoe Guillory Poems

1. Shadows On The Water 10/3/2012
2. If I Had A Paintbrush 10/6/2012
3. The Memory Place 10/6/2012
4. The Day The Piano Came 10/6/2012
5. The Serpent 10/6/2012
6. The Vision 10/6/2012
7. Untouchable Paradise 10/6/2012
8. A Boy At The Window 10/6/2012
9. Child Of The Dawn 10/6/2012
10. Stolen Lives 10/6/2012
11. When Memories End 10/6/2012
12. Self Portrait 10/6/2012
13. I Love You 11/13/2012
14. I Am Imperfection 11/13/2012
15. I Still Miss You 11/13/2012
16. Every Day Under The Sun 11/13/2012
17. Hollow 11/13/2012
18. Schizophrenia 11/13/2012
19. The Domino Effect 11/13/2012
20. My Bluejay 12/2/2012
21. Cursed 12/2/2012
22. And I Waited 12/2/2012
23. Christmas Eve 12/2/2012
24. Wasted Away 12/2/2012
25. Image 12/2/2012
26. My Butterfly 12/2/2012
27. Savior 3/31/2013
28. Fallen 3/31/2013
29. Footprints In The Sand 3/31/2013
30. Night And Day 3/31/2013
31. Isolation 3/31/2013
32. Just Another Story 3/31/2013
33. Wishes 3/31/2013
34. A Black Cat Among The Roses 3/31/2013
35. Remember Me 3/31/2013
36. Join The Party 3/31/2013
37. Early Light 3/31/2013
38. A Thought 3/31/2013
39. Broken Water 6/22/2012
40. A Place Called Eden 6/22/2012

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Songs Of September

The leaves faded to orange.
Dappled light at sunset; a spiritual balance.
The fire of Death as is licks up the green.
Faded to orange and fell like hanged men.
And dried to brown.
Fresh earth; the bark of their mothers.
The poverty of the cities of filth.
Dried to brown and crushed like insects.
The trees were left alone.

As the squirrels scurry.
Scurry to gather their life's work
and survive through the soft snow
and the cold hard ground.

The silent crunches of dried leaves;
Death sets beneath the weight of the wind.
The heat of love had ...

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A Place Called Eden

There was a paradise that ruled long ago.
Quiet.
Peaceful.
More beautiful than the human eye can ever perceive;
untainted by humans,
this Place called Eden.

This Garden was eternal, life-giving,
as perfect as the Heavens brought to Earth.

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