Poems by Glenn Gay

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  • In this world's vast size and space
    It's hectic rush of an unhealthy pace...

  • Life's playing a tune of simple romance
    I've taken your hand and asked you to dance...

  • I've loved you since my eyes first seen
    The brilliance of your beauty right in front of me...

  • "I love you" is the most sought after...
    People long to hear it...

  • If the poets pen could write no more
    Life would become such a bore...

  • Standin' on the edge of sorrows cliff
    Lookin' across life's ocean...

  • The mountain of my misery overshadows the valley...
    For she is my mountain and you my valley...

  • Few (1)

    Few people will remember me
    For what I have said or done...

  • I was once a homeless hobo
    I walked these streets alone...

  • We have a war within our own shores
    All the Democrats and Republicans do is fight...

  • Although I can't see, I know you are there
    So much in the dark and completely unaware...

  • Too much work in the day
    Too many nights alone...