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Stanley Collymore Poems
A Journey of Discovery
Once we were total strangers; our individual existences entirely unknown to each other and our separate lives complete worlds apart; yet from that first encounter, not by any means the easiest of situations, has
Nelson Mandela; A Truly Remarkable Man!
Twenty seven years of personal sacrifice selflessly but passionately combined with a lifetime of national
Fair Weather Friend
By Stanley Collymore Your friendship means the world to me and will remain Unalterably as solid as any friendship could possibly
A rare kind of love
It’s quite possible, I know, to love more than once and do so in many different
The seductive atmosphere of St. Valentin...
By Stanley Collymore I promise to love you in every conceivable way that there is and moreover for as long as I humanly can;
A Ubiquitous St. Valentine's Declaration...
By Stanley Collymore From a personal perspective I don't know you at all even though I've run into you a number of times,
The UKIP-topian, sociopathic delusions o...
By Stanley Collymore I'm genuinely an aspiring politician who will forever endeavour, if people allow me to, to do the very
Death Doesn’t Faze Me And I Have No Fear...
Ten years old, and on the eve of the beginning of my secondary education at the 17th Century established and prestigious grammar school I was about to attend my maternal grandmother who I’ve
Well Bugger Me!
By Stanley Collymore Not literally you see, as I'm only speaking metaphorically and consequently must
Egotistical self-aggrandizement blatantl...
By Stanley Collymore Compliments are entirely wasted on the likes of you since you've neither any notion what compliments
Get Real! Get A Life!
Is it really possible to fall in love with someone you’ve never met that in actuality you’ve never even seen other than trading selective photographs with them on Facebook and whose sole means of communication between
Most emphatically a Bajan in every regar...
By Stanley Collymore You persistently gave much needed succour to my forbearers in their hour of need; and throughout
A journey of unintended consequences
By Stanley Collymore It wasn’t supposed to happen; a routine, by all accounts given the circumstances, quite ordinary day for me as
Okay! You win.
By Stanley Collymore Give over; and do give it a break will you? Look! I’ve heard all this baloney before that you’re
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A Journey of Discovery
Once we were total strangers; our individual
existences entirely unknown to each other
and our separate lives complete worlds apart;
yet from that first encounter, not by any
means the easiest of situations, has
developed an interesting and
mutually rich meeting of minds,
which has gradually led to a
harmonious serenade of reassurance
between us and an exceptionally
strong empathy of the heart.
© Stanley V. Collymore
7 July 2001.