Paul Bell : Writing

Val

Val

A Poem by Paul Bell


She was having a partyA divorce partyHe wasn’t invitedThey came preparedBalloons, rozettes, bannersMore people than were at the weddingVal was v..
Told You.

Told You.

A Poem by Paul Bell


She looks down on the marriagePicture of woeWords of, told you soOpen your eyesFool in disguisePretty doll dressed in whitePorcelain pieces shiny brig..
Brad and Sally.

Brad and Sally.

A Poem by Paul Bell


My god, red bra, orange pants, and green socks, I’m making love to a traffic light.Get on with it.I can’t, where do I start.What does it m..
The End.

The End.

A Poem by Paul Bell


Pretty boring, mostly justQuite unconcerned, never firstTime for thinking, sometimesMoving slowly backwardsQuite unusual, never thinkingGot to go slow..
The Rocket.

The Rocket.

A Poem by Paul Bell


Up in the Rocket with, Margie. A trip of a lifetime. Then we woke up.
Destiny

Destiny

A Poem by Paul Bell


Did you seek the all so coolDid you see the mortal foolWaited for eternity at the bus stop of lifeOld man of destiny, dust became your wifeWatch the w..
The Clock

The Clock

A Poem by Paul Bell


She looks at the clockWaitingThe unlocking of the doorNo wordsThe distant looksSeparate roomsSeparate livesSoonSeparate waysThe clock kept tickingTick..
The Removal

The Removal

A Poem by Paul Bell


She fell and broke her lifePeople rushed to helpIt was touch and go for a timeThe surgeon had to amputateBut he was finally removedThe recovery was lo..
The Sea

The Sea

A Poem by Paul Bell


The waves pushed the body gently to the shoreSo lifelike you expected wordsBut only the sea speaks for the deadThe story lasts for days, weeks, months..
Sad Day

Sad Day

A Poem by Paul Bell


It was a sad day in May when you went away.Sadder In June when you came home too soon.July flew by, followed by a Lawyers letter, infidelity, such a c..