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Gillian Sims

Poetry

The Tramp

Cold as ice there he sat Dreaming about this and that, Of what could have been If he’d stayed within the social scene Each night his shadow lies under the lamp, He is identified as the local tramp The park is his home, Nowhere else to roam No hidden agenda…
Gillian Sims
23rd January 2010
Poetry

Respect

You called me out of the blue I didn't know what to do, I hadn't heard your voice Or listened to your ploy, For what seems like a hundred years The last time we spoke You reduced me to tears, I have moved on since that day I am no…
Gillian Sims
19th January 2010
Poetry

Where the stars shine

I know not of a love like ours, That dances and mingles in the moonlight Where the stars shine and caress our souls, To ravish our emotions until tomorrow Where daylight will beckon us once again, To shine under the sun and say those magic words Of love and devotion,…
Gillian Sims
15th January 2010
Poetry

A table for two

Candles lit A table set for two, Adrenalin flowing But where are you? Champagne on ice Excitement running high, Time ticks by Food looking nice, Pulses racing Emotions wavering, Where are you When I need you most? The table is set for two Shall I dismiss you out of my…
Gillian Sims
15th January 2010
Poetry

Anti social behaviour

Please don't drink to the brink and waste your time Inviting yourself into the world of crime, Don't hang around with people who Drain your energy and lead you to, Do all the wrong things that can hurt others, Don't despair, there is a world out there For you to…
Gillian Sims
15th January 2010
Poetry

Solo

I am the one Who sat upon The highest cliff Reaching out To the loudest waves, When a man approached me Smiling, Though his eyes were sad He needed someone to talk to, I did not acknowledge him, It was at that moment A tear drop crept from his eye,…
Gillian Sims
14th January 2010
Poetry

Two gold rings

Soft white lace Upon her face Reminds me of an angel Long flowing loveliness A lifetime of happiness Walking in fairy footsteps Following a long,long aisle Where there are two eyes to meet The biggest smile With teeth pearly white, And a heart of gold Holding a hundred emotions, All…
Gillian Sims
13th January 2010
Poetry

Don’t eat your words

Don't eat a dictionary for tea You'll never know how many words there might be You may become very tongue tied Especially eating words that you've never tried, You may lose sleep And become very weak From trying too hard, Certain words must be barred from your vocabulary When you…
Gillian Sims
9th January 2010