Matthew Holloway

Silver Star - 3,472 Points (10 June 1978 / Cheshire, England)

Matthew Holloway Poems

1. Mantra 2 5/2/2011
2. A Play In Writing 4/30/2011
3. Beautifully Unrequited 4/30/2011
4. Mantra 1 4/29/2011
5. The Elusion Of Love 5/8/2011
6. The Unwritten Silence 5/8/2011
7. More Than A Look 5/8/2011
8. To The Girl In The Red Overcoat 5/7/2011
9. The Close Of Day 5/10/2011
10. O Night 5/10/2011
11. Unsuccessfully Waiting 5/11/2011
12. Further More From The Poets Desk 5/12/2011
13. On A Dream About You 5/13/2011
14. The Poets Confession 5/15/2011
15. Your Love Became A Terrible Loss 5/14/2011
16. To Love You 4/26/2011
17. Two Minutes Till Showtime 5/19/2011
18. Matchstick Men 5/26/2011
19. To A Friend 5/26/2011
20. A Lovers Verse 5/27/2011
21. A Quiet Heartbreak 5/23/2011
22. Tale From A Rainy Night 5/31/2011
23. From A Letter To A Friend 5/31/2011
24. A Duel For Love 6/2/2011
25. The Old Man 6/2/2011
26. Value Of The Heart 6/2/2011
27. A Last Love Poem 6/3/2011
28. Old Grey Eyes 6/5/2011
29. Thirty Three Years 6/5/2011
30. The Tear In The Heart 6/5/2011
31. A Poem To Remember 6/6/2011
32. The Poison Of Revenge 6/6/2011
33. A Love Shanty 6/6/2011
34. Confession Of A Rose 6/7/2011
35. The Poetry Groupies 6/7/2011
36. Through The Artists Eyes 6/13/2011
37. To Victorious 6/13/2011
38. She Sang A Mariners Song 6/13/2011
39. Bequeathing A Heart 6/12/2011
40. The Absent Muse 6/9/2011
Best Poem of Matthew Holloway

To Love And A Wedding

To love and a wedding
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I share in the joy of my friends
While the air is filled with songs
To love, to love and a wedding
Blessed are the lives of friends
I share in their smiles quite often
For their humour is a narcotic
It infiltrates almost every thought
Induces many a joyful memory
In an addictive fashion I realise
The excited talk and anticipation
To love, to love and a wedding
Is something private shared
An intimate union of two
Shared with those close and loved
The glasses raised in celebration
The smiles and the laughter
What joy ...

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A Play In Writing

I would write of us
In a play of great romance
Of a love unforeseen
A play without tragedy
No Romeo nor Juliet
But an honest lasting love
We could grow old together
Holidays on the beach
And countless family parties

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