Circadian Poems

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Wednesday, November 30, 2005


By Colin Galbraith

Nursing a pint
and a quiet thought,
writing loose words
in a tranquil spot.
She sat down beside me
with a bottle of beer,
pulled out a menthol
flicked her hair.
I couldn't resist
to offer a light,
she turned on her chair
filled me with might.
"What are you doing?"
said she to I,
"I'm writing a poem
to remember you by".

Colin Galbraith has seen many poems of his poems published. His first chapbook, Brick by Brick, was published in April 2005 and a second chapbook about the recent Edinburgh Festival is scheduled for release on December 2. . He can be contact through his website: or his daily blog:


  • At 9:50 AM, Blogger Defiant said…

    very intresting im also an aspiering poet check out my blog and tell me what you think


  • At 12:48 PM, Blogger Son_of_Mars said…

    I like the poem. I love poetry and sadly am not a very good one. However, you may be interested in checking out my site. Let me know what you think of the poems by Son_of_Mars. Maybe you could give me some tips. Thanks.

  • At 1:58 PM, Blogger Debra Young said…

    Lovely, Colin. I like its dry and humorous tone. d:)


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