GRANT FRASER

Freshman - 780 Points (JUNE 7 1964 / ABERDEEN)

GRANT FRASER Poems

1. **** Weather 8/14/2014
2. ****vilisation 6/6/2014
3. 10 Million 7/30/2013
4. 16th Dec. 12/16/2013
5. 170 1/8/2014
6. 2 And A Half *'s 2/2/2014
7. 24th Dec.2014 12/24/2014
8. 3 Cheap Poems 4/20/2013
9. 5.35. Digital Green 4/13/2013
10. 7.6.64 3/5/2014
11. 73 12/21/2014
12. 9.53pm. 11/27/2013
13. 9.58. Pm Thought... 5/6/2014
14. A Stain... 8/22/2014
15. A Crayon 5/28/2014
16. A Days Work 7/31/2013
17. A Drink... 4/1/2014
18. A Flash - Bulb! 1/7/2014
19. A Following... 12/6/2013
20. A Kind Of Prayer 11/1/2013
21. A Late Bird... 5/7/2014
22. A New Kind Of Carpet Called 'Poets Eyesore' (Ex. Hinterlands) 5/12/2013
23. A Poem A Day Keeps The Madness Away 11/28/2013
24. A Small Stab At Pain 3/28/2013
25. A Whiff! 9/4/2014
26. Abducted By Ecstasy & Fear 4/7/2013
27. After Washing A Dish... 1/8/2015
28. Ah! Uselessness... 11/26/2013
29. Alien Bread 2/19/2015
30. Alive (For Aftab Alam) 4/23/2013
31. Amateur Photography 12/8/2013
32. Amphibitheatre 3/31/2014
33. An Auld Bed 2/2/2014
34. Another Stab At The Light 4/20/2013
35. Ask... 3/4/2014
36. Assuming Shape 3/26/2013
37. At Zero 7/3/2013
38. Auchterless (Elegy For George Brown) 4/23/2014
39. Back To Nowhere... 3/21/2014
40. Back To The... 11/10/2014
Best Poem of GRANT FRASER

Before Night Falls...

I can't quite describe
the way they dragged
those sacks
of weightless carcasses
around, their floppy crevices,
hairy dead vaginal lips
&
shrunken penises,

a mass of dislocated
body parts and taut faces,
confounded genitalia!

yet to run back again,
and thrust your entire
self against it,
the dead grainy B&W
dead film of time,
always close beside us,
like your brain,
and the gaping hole
in your head,
lying there like a cold
blue omellete,
on the grass, beside you...

as if one could feed or feel
a ...

Read the full of Before Night Falls...

Most Usual...

The obvious man
in his obvious shoes,
in his obvious home,
pours over his obviously
questioning mind,

It's so obvious, isn't it?
that i will protect my whole
sense of self with an obviously

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