Cole Hayley : Writing

Jog in the Sun

Jog in the Sun

A Poem by Cole Hayley


The final piece of "Poems
Sun

Sun

A Poem by Cole Hayley


SunYou are fireAnd life securerMother to my mother andHer mother and hersYou beam out of HeavenYou clear the dark andThe fogWhen it rainsYou negotiate..
Dawn

Dawn

A Poem by Cole Hayley


DawnGet off workLateFirst bloodof blueDrawn on the nightI crumble like a statueIn unpredictable waysMy bed my tombDay breaks in my roomI can't sleepI ..
Leonard

Leonard

A Poem by Cole Hayley


For Leonard Cohen
October

October

A Poem by Cole Hayley


OctoberYour face matched the pumpkin, A wide grin, jagged tooth, what-a-sin To carve it that happy You’d think we'd want it to be scary?I t..
Dogberry

Dogberry

A Poem by Cole Hayley


DogberryThe sun, japan-red, salmon,Pinched by the scissortooth branchHeld up like a connoisseur, an appraisal officer Versus October sky - who we..
Waitress

Waitress

A Poem by Cole Hayley


WaitressWe're in a restaurantWe're sitting on the deckWith a beer and a glassThat you've spit in"There, drink me up", you sayI know the tasteI've tas..
Woman

Woman

A Poem by Cole Hayley


WomanWe wrote songs for them And my first sonnet was Scribed into their skin, Women - With the vintage jeans And septum rings With flower cr..
Moment

Moment

A Poem by Cole Hayley


MomentI think of a moment That has yet to happen And I pick it apart And I try to understand it Im outside my body, now, Fluttering a fan, co..
Dusk

Dusk

A Poem by Cole Hayley


DuskThe people are dancing And I am slinging drinks Dancing in my own right George Murray says there is poetry in this In the abrasive light s..

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