Poems by Glenn Gay

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  • Yesterday was a good day.
    She held my hand, called me by name...

  • Orders, you like to bark orders like a Marine Boot...
    You need to fill the hole in the yard...

  • Overcome by a sadness late in my life.
    Recovery seems unlikely...

  • Sail away with me
    On a boat, full of love...

  • -- I love you for the way your eyes look at me as...
    -- I love you for the voice whose slightest...

  • The darkness is in command of the night
    Stingy with its essence of light...

  • I was looking across life’s sea
    There wasn’t anyone there for me...

  • Another night sleepless
    Another day begins...

  • I feel the rain fall
    And hear the thunder...

  • When I was a boy
    My grandparents had an outhouse...

  • People watch as hurt and troubles eat away at your...
    They act as though they care and want to help...

  • Life is just a landfill
    Of all our wasted days...