Michael Micmac Mccrory
Born on 25 January share Birthdate with Robert (Robbie) Burns.
I have restarted writing poetry after a gap of 30 years.
I am still reading and learning about different styles of writing and am trying to find a style of my own.
Look forward to reading your comments on my poetry
I now reside in London
Have done for 40 years. more »
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Michael Micmac Mccrory Poems
' I missed you '
You’re the centre of attraction Everyone is mesmerised by your eyes
' Having Money is Good For The Soul '
He brought the shears To trim the weeds growing on the grave I brought the tears They flooded out with nothing left to save
'A sonnet for lovers'
‘A sonnet for lovers’ (‘Dedicated to the one I love’) It’s the simple things
Haiku 'Dancing shoes'
'As Happy, Happy, Happy As Can Be'
Bricklayer’s like to keep their spirit levels high Joiner’s and Chippie’s will raise the rafters They do the things that brings them joy Things that give them the laughter’s Their as happy, happy, happy as can be
'Bless you' Haiku Haiku
'A question haiku'
Haiku ‘A question haiku’
'All the beats of my heart'
‘All beats of my heart’ All beats of my heart beat only for you I’m drawn in the purest love
A Poem in Mime
The poetry is in the mime It has the perfect metre
'A lonely Valentine card'
‘A lonely Valentine card' I received my only Valentine card It was lying on the floor
'Because i love you'
‘Because I love you’ I am the nothing man Nothing bothers me
'Camping for pleasure'
‘CAMPING FOR PLEASURE’ FIRST TIME, WE HADN’T EVEN GOT THE TENT OUT THERE WAS THUNDER AND LIGHTENING
There is a barber from Antrim Who is friendly with the reaper grim
A Sonnet for Noireen
I saw you across a crowded room I fell in love
Comments about Michael Micmac Mccrory
(4 April 1928 - 28 May 2014)
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' I missed you '
You’re the centre of attraction
Everyone is mesmerised by your eyes
They all adore your charm and wit
They pay attention to your every word
Watching your kissable lips
And I am left completely out of it
They listen attentively
Waiting for you to get around to them
And I just stand around
I close my eyes but I still see you
Cover my ears hear your every sound
We came to this party together
I wait patiently for you
To say the most beautiful words to my ears
It’s time to go home dear
It been a long night
I’ve missed you
Where were you ...