Chris G. Vaillancourt

Rookie - 372 Points (April 5,1959 / Canada)

Chris G. Vaillancourt Poems

1. Still The Morning Light 10/13/2009
2. Gently 10/13/2009
3. Strange That The Shadows Do Not Linger 10/14/2009
4. Forgetting 10/14/2009
5. Itching Like A Diamond Necklace 10/14/2009
6. It Can Still Be A Yellow Sunshine Night 10/14/2009
7. Tiny Apple 10/14/2009
8. I Still Believe In Love And Peace 10/14/2009
9. In The Middle Of The Beast 10/14/2009
10. God Is A Pink Memo 10/14/2009
11. Fruit Of Their Labours 10/14/2009
12. Ruins 10/14/2009
13. The World Is A Bleeding Distance 10/14/2009
14. The Rushing Stream Of Desires 10/14/2009
15. Sweet Gentle Sounds 10/14/2009
16. Soul Walk 10/14/2009
17. It's Six O'Clock In The Morning 10/15/2009
18. The Tree Bark Shoved Into My Heart 10/16/2009
19. Go Softly Into The Darkness Of The Night 10/16/2009
20. Paper Mache And Wood 10/16/2009
21. Long Hair 10/17/2009
22. Circle I Have Drawn 10/18/2009
23. Your Eyes 10/18/2009
24. The Sun And The Moon 10/18/2009
25. The Queen Elizabeth 2nd Gardens 10/18/2009
26. He Turns It Off 10/19/2009
27. Softly And Tenderly 10/19/2009
28. Not Ever 10/21/2009
29. Desire 10/25/2009
30. Coming Into The Bar With Eyes Wide Open 10/26/2009
31. Even The Sky 10/20/2009
32. Enemy Unknown 10/26/2009
33. Last Night 10/27/2009
34. Midnight Train And A Man 11/3/2009
35. Unanswered 11/3/2009
36. Precious Lord Who Offered Himself 11/3/2009
37. Images Of The Sun 11/3/2009
38. Fires Of The Night 11/3/2009
39. Hearing A Voice 11/3/2009
40. Trees 11/3/2009
Best Poem of Chris G. Vaillancourt

A Boy And The Dragons

Shhh. Tell no-one. The dragons are sleeping
like baby lizards in their caves. Breathless from
a day of pillage. Restful after a time of destruction.

Somewhere, on the other side of the hill, a boy
is playing in the woods. Caressing his manhood,
he becomes a symbol of self appreciation.
Be quiet. Don't disturb the boy in his game.
It is his only means of achieving satisfaction.
A reaction would disturb the molecules from
their expected conclusion.

The boy does not realize how close he is
to potential danger. If he awakens the
dragons, he awakens his ...

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The Man In The Room

Emptiness is not a disease.
It's a state of mind.
A perspective.

Cigarette dangling from lips, drink in hand,
television softly blacking out the thoughts.

He sits still as a stone in his tomb.
He never makes a sound.

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