The Homeless poet, Gargling, gifts us with a poetic response to an article in the Evening Standard in London, UK. Please share…
My granddaughter, Lexi, wrote this delightful poem for Halloween and I asked her if I could share it with my readers today.
There once was a werewolf very sad,
No one liked him because he looked mad.
He’d get up at night and howl at the moon,
Almost as loud as a crying bassoon.
He also looked scary with all of his hair,
And didn’t have any clothes to wear.
Even though he looked normal by day,
Everyone still refused to play.
Then a girl with short blond hair
Came up to him and pulled out a chair.
He really only wanted a friend,
Now that he’s found one, this story will end.
Sole Man of the Galleybloggers’ Ravens gifts us with verses that paint a life like few have seen or lived. Please, read on…
Homelessness is a blight upon civilization and should not exist at all. Dewin Nefol of Wales, UK, spends much of his spare time working with the Homeless. Nefol created the Gallybloggers website to showcase the poetry and prose of the Homeless in the hope that someday, financial assistance and greater social and political awareness will be awakened. I have committed myself to help Dewin Nefol in this great cause. I urge you to consider helping as well. You can contact me privately through the CONTACT page on this site or contact Dewin himself. Thank you!
A newcomer to Gallybloggers, Ulysses, charms us with what may be the beginnings of an epic on the days of Homer. Please, enjoy!
Dewin Nefol gifts us with another fine poem! Please, read on…
Poet Christy Birmingham shares her newly released trailer for her second book of poetry “Versions of the Self”. Please read on…
When I opened up my messages today and saw one from my online friend Abid A. Sayyed saying that he had created a video for my second poetry book Versions of the Self, I was overjoyed. I immediately clicked on it and let’s just say it’s been a reason to smile again and again! Thank you again, Abid, for this generous gift.
View original post 87 more words