Monthly Archives: January 2014

Truth

  A Very Well Written, Accurate Portrait. Be sure to read this in its entirety. A summation of Barack and Michelle Obama by a black reporter “In the beginning of a change, the PATRIOT is a scarce man, and brave … Continue reading

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Glass Houses

Title: Glass Houses Word count: 1,714 Author: Tim Wilkinson Contact: Tlmntim59@gmail.com Glass Houses Tim Wilkinson A writer can make a story out of the most base and trivial of events, if he doesn’t mind masking the truth with lies, while … Continue reading

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If Ever

If Ever I Had Loved You Tim Wilkinson Published in, “Writers Haven, Poet of the Week, February 13, 2014” If ever I had loved you, then now I wonder why For if I never loved you, would I now yet … Continue reading

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Beatles Song

Beatles Song Tim Wilkinson I wish I were a love song, a Beatles song it’s true For if I were a love song, I never would be blue I never would grow old and trite; I’d always sound brand new … Continue reading

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Tan Skinned Lover

Tan Skinned Lover Tim Wilkinson As I sat one night lamenting, thinking on my plight My angel flew in on the wind, to just beside me light He settled in there by me, with sadness on his face Turning then … Continue reading

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Cry Fish

Cry Fish Tim Wilkinson How can you tell if a cry fish can cry If wind in the trees, gets up and does fly If honest men lie Or lovers fake sighs How can you see if love loves you … Continue reading

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Bat in the Pool

There’s a bat in the pool I noticed this morn Came for drink and drowned in the storm A wee little thing with wings all of black With fur on the edges and lining the back I felt sad for … Continue reading

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