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His Letter (Poem) by Terry Collett - [159 words]
You Are Everything To Me by Ashley M Smith Love Story. [104 words]
Week by Sophie A McDonald In one week a very happy thing will happen :) [67 words]
Water Won't Wash. by Terry Collett - [102 words]
Twilight, Jordan, 7-11, Ipod by Angel Of Hope Four random nouns put together in a poem. [45 words]
Time After Time. by Terry Collett - [122 words]
They Have Never. by Terry Collett - [162 words]
They Forget. by Terry Collett - [135 words]
There Is A Time. by Terry Collett - [175 words]
The Last Smile by Eri Fransiska ........ [111 words]
The Boys Remember. by Terry Collett - [142 words]
Susan's House. by Terry Collett - [178 words]
Stoney, Fuzzlepuff The Bunny, Cheetah, Puddle by Angel Of Hope Four random nouns put together in a poem. [43 words]
Simone's Night Out. by Terry Collett - [143 words]
She Only Wanted. by Terry Collett - [173 words]
Seek & Find. by Terry Collett - [108 words]
Remembering Ruby. by Terry Collett - [231 words]
Rare Diamond by Lamar Cole - [54 words]
Oceans Of Love by Lamar Cole - [53 words]
Never Forgotten First Love. by Terry Collett - [158 words]
Make A Wish. by Terry Collett - [88 words]
Kids Stuff Now. by Terry Collett - [103 words]
I Love You Very Much by Chelsea Chilton - [54 words]
I Am The Dead Man’S Keeper. by Terry Collett - [61 words]
Hold Fast Miss Pretty Thinks. by Terry Collett - [76 words]
Here Is But All Dreams Love. by Terry Collett - [62 words]
Her Last Cries by Red Riding Hood - [123 words]
Heaven On Earth by Lamar Cole - [61 words]
He Comes Miss Pretty Thinks. by Terry Collett - [68 words]
Greatest Game Ever Played by Bryant Lo Re This poem is all about the thrills of hockey [317 words]
Grandfather Said. by Terry Collett - [41 words]
Girl In The City. by Terry Collett - [190 words]
Gift by Lamar Cole - [53 words]
Each Morning by Terry Collett - [153 words]
Don't Replay by Swish S Wilson This poem was written from my grandpa's perspective, and I was inspired to write it because my aun... [388 words]
Dandelions by Ellie M Burton - [41 words]
City Life by Steven Goodrich - [90 words]
Church And Sunday School by Lamar Cole - [65 words]
Can I Stop Falling For You? by Ashley M Smith About a girl who keeps falling for a guy no matter how many times he broken her hea... [237 words]
Bush, Obama, House, Building by Angel Of Hope Four random nouns put together in one poem. [54 words]
Boston Tea Party, World Of Warcraft, Gangster, Liquor Store by Angel Of Hope Four random nouns put together in a poem. [44 words]
Beautiful Freak by Terry Collett - [115 words]
Baby In Thoughts. by Terry Collett - [133 words]
Always Too Much. by Terry Collett - [67 words]
All There Was. by Terry Collett - [20 words]
All I Ever Wanted by Pius N Mburu - [258 words]
A Buzz by Chelsea Chilton - [60 words]
War Widow's Lament. by Terry Collett - [128 words]
There Was Always That. by Terry Collett - [158 words]
The Win Of A Lifetime by Folau - [77 words]
The Weight Of His Hands by Piper Davenport - [13 words]
The Other You. by Terry Collett - [212 words]
The Other Woman(Poem) by Terry Collett - [199 words]
Thank God by Lamar Cole - [60 words]
Some Ship Of Fools. by Terry Collett - [273 words]
She Laughed A Lot. by Terry Collett - [339 words]
She Always. by Terry Collett - [144 words]
Sestina! An Ode To The Gatekeeper! by Charly Forney The gatekeeper's odyssey [364 words]
Saviour Self
Queen by Lamar Cole - [57 words]
Ocd Blues. by Terry Collett - [177 words]
Nothing Seems To Fit. by Terry Collett - [215 words]
Never Alone by Lamar Cole - [62 words]
My Sweetheart Always by Lamar Cole - [74 words]
My Soul by Lamar Cole - [28 words]
Mistakes Made by Sebastian Feelings I have had over the past couple of years. It basically wrote itself, forgive the incohe... [265 words]
M.E.Days. by Terry Collett - [170 words]
Loving You Darling by Lamar Cole - [42 words]
Love Blows Free by Lamar Cole - [49 words]
Lily's Lament. by Terry Collett - [225 words]
Killing Hawk by Terry Collett - [89 words]
Jackshite Days. by Terry Collett - [179 words]
Her Sweet Love by Lamar Cole - [52 words]
Happiness Forever by Lamar Cole - [42 words]
Great Gods, Miis Pretty Sighs. by Terry Collett - [62 words]
Go My Sweet Child. by Terry Collett - [84 words]
Gentle Reminder. by Terry Collett - [247 words]
Forever Is Where Nowhere Near. by Terry Collett - [63 words]
Fan by Sophie A McDonald What it's like to be a fan of someone [100 words]
Easy Girl.. by Terry Collett - [60 words]
Dormant As Death. by Terry Collett - [51 words]
Dogfish Docherty's Tales. by Terry Collett - [107 words]
Deep Love Burning. by Terry Collett - [189 words]
Dark Hours Have Tamed Her Heart. by Terry Collett - [66 words]
Daddy Why Hasn't The World Stopped? by Tamsin Butler - [43 words]
Crucified. by Terry Collett - [38 words]
Come See Her. by Terry Collett - [52 words]
Come Baby Cool. by Terry Collett - [68 words]
Buried All In Constant Grief. by Terry Collett - [58 words]
Blessed By God by Lamar Cole - [58 words]
Beautiful Sunrise by Lamar Cole - [52 words]
Be With Me My Settled Love, by Terry Collett - [92 words]
Baby Loss Blues. by Terry Collett - [179 words]
Andre Beer’S Lament. by Terry Collett - [62 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
Saviour Self
DESCRIPTION
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[86 words]
AUTHOR
Colin Baker
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[October 2014]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
clnbkr@tiscali.co.uk
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Saviour Self
Colin Baker






God incarnate, the divine Logos,
has been delivered,
- teleported onto a lady's lap -
and now lies
in a feeding trough
in a blue barn.


Born BC
- before colic -
but He's got it!
And He cries;
And mouths His fist;
And pinches His eyes into lines;
And soils His swaddling rags;
And suckles the breast.


Somewhere, somehow, someone
must have screwed up.
Seraphs got their celestial wires crossed.
This clueless Christ;
This puny Prince
as strong as a blown egg
is nothing
like the ancient gods.
A Saviour of the human race
who cannot even save Himself.









Colin Baker 09







 

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STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
November 2009
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