Paul Gerard Reed


Paul Gerard Reed Poems

1. Roker Park 1/7/2014
2. The Beginning 1/7/2014
3. Undo 1/7/2014
4. Firefly Hedge 1/7/2014
5. Stay Forever Young 1/7/2014
6. Foghorn Requiem 1/7/2014
7. River Swale 1/10/2014
8. Bonfire Night 1/13/2014
9. Summer Has Gone 12/18/2013
10. Clouds 12/26/2013
11. The Wren 1/7/2014
12. The Last Day Of June 1/13/2014
13. The Other Side Of The Earth 1/16/2014
14. The Autumn 1/21/2014
15. Go To B & Q 1/24/2014
16. Let Us Not Be Dismayed 1/26/2014
17. Cold Start 1/26/2014
18. Dunstanburgh Castle 1/26/2014
19. The Kite 1/26/2014
20. Custard 1/26/2014
21. Evening Serenade 1/26/2014
22. Let Us Laugh 1/27/2014
23. Wogan's Answer 1/28/2014
24. Health 1/29/2014
25. The Falls O'Clyde 1/30/2014
26. Mrs Gerbil 1/30/2014
27. What If 1/31/2014
28. Lizard Point 2/2/2014
29. Clay 2/2/2014
30. Lament For A Gerbil 2/2/2014
31. Back To The Hissing Lawns 2/2/2014
32. The Old Familiar Walk 2/3/2014
33. Alnwick Castle 2/3/2014
34. The Milky Way 2/17/2014
35. A Child's Voice 2/17/2014
36. We Got Through 2/20/2014
37. Don't Grow Up 2/21/2014
38. Thrill 2/21/2014
39. Influence 2/23/2014
40. The Wind Blew 2/23/2014
Best Poem of Paul Gerard Reed

Evening Breeze

When the evening breeze
Ruffled the leaves in the half-light
I felt the greatness in the air,
Just standing there;
The quietness absorbed all thoughts
And carried me away to another place
A place where everything was all right
With no need for night;
And in that moment I knew
That everything that had happened,
Or was going to be,
Was down to me, just me;
The breeze carried the sorrow away
Into the clouds that slid over the trees,
Unexpectedly;
And left me alone

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The Wren

Stepping warily into a grey morning
With mist shrouding the hedgerows
Damp pavements and frost-bitten walls
Thick socks on to protect the toes

All seemed lifeless and a little forlorn
The way things feel now and then
Until uplifted by a crescendo of sound
The defiant song of the wren

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