Sallie Howson


Sallie Howson Poems

1. Death Of A Poem 5/9/2007
2. Breakfast Without You 5/2/2007
3. Dancing In The Rain. 5/10/2007
4. Kind Of Death 9/1/2007
5. I Love 5/24/2007
6. Jealousy 4/28/2007
7. The Box Under My Bed 4/29/2007
8. The Old Man In My Bed 4/30/2007
9. Foreigner In Italy 4/28/2007
10. The Old Lady In The Restaurant 11/27/2007
11. Give Me Back My Poetry 4/28/2007
12. Goodbye 5/12/2007
13. Don’t Ask If I Miss You. 5/3/2007
14. Marriage 5/4/2007
15. Tomorrow At 10 5/13/2007
16. Give Me A Man 11/8/2008
17. A Lazy Afternoon. 6/28/2009
18. Butterflies 6/28/2009
19. My Hat 12/10/2008
20. Anarchy In Italy 5/20/2007
21. Our Bed 5/5/2007
22. Shocking The Natives 4/28/2007
23. The Working Week. 4/28/2007
24. My Friend 4/30/2007
25. Love And Hate 5/6/2007
26. Saturday Night 6/28/2008
27. Love Dance 6/28/2009
28. Watching The World 5/22/2007
29. Yesterday 5/2/2007
30. Role Reversal 12/10/2008
31. To The Tortured Soul Of My Son's Girlfriend 5/31/2008
32. Winter 11/4/2007
Best Poem of Sallie Howson

Death Of A Poem

Shot down in its prime.
Shot down
While making daisy chains in the park
For little girls to be daisy queens.
Shot down
While tottering down the catwalk
In this years daring fashion.
Shot down
While bungee jumping from Brooklyn bridge.
Shot down
While kite boarding on Porthmadog beach
Shot down
While refusing ecstasy at a rave,
High on the beat and energy of the music
Shot down
While drawing a moustache on Mona Lisa
And carrying Michelangelo’s David
Back to its rightful place in the square,
Where he can enjoy the sunshine, rain and ...

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Foreigner In Italy

They love my skin.
“Sweet, sweet brown sugar”,
They say
Their hands running down my back.
“Smooth dark treacle”,
They say.

They love my hair.
Long, long braids

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