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Radio Waves.  Inspired by Jacobs Poem. Radio Wake.

Radio Waves. Inspired by Jacobs Poem. Radio Wake.

A Poem by Paul Bell


The song hit the radioHer songDriving into his headTelling himWhat was it telling himShe could get to himAnywhere, anytimeSwitch her offSmash his fist..
The Anniversary.

The Anniversary.

A Poem by Paul Bell


Okay before you start, I’m a lesbian.Wow, put that straight into Paul’s knockback book.Just didn’t want you to waste your time.Okay,..
The Final Goodbye

The Final Goodbye

A Poem by Paul Bell


She watched him sleeping, wonderingWhen did she stop loving himWas it gradualDid she ever love himCould she love anotherHer mind was made upShe would ..
The Grey Lady

The Grey Lady

A Poem by Paul Bell


He watched her walking through the nightInto the darkness of lifeTo the ever changing daysShe glanced with the words trailingYou can’t see meIn ..
The Presidents Solution.

The Presidents Solution.

A Poem by Paul Bell


I’m that teacher with the concealed weaponThe Presidents solutionI hear the shootingIt’s getting closerMy concealed weapon feels so hot no..
The Night Dancer

The Night Dancer

A Poem by Paul Bell


He watches her, slowly undressDignified, creation of beautyLost in her soulInterrupted by deathShe watched himImpassiveEvery Night the sameSearchingHe..
Topeo Julie.

Topeo Julie.

A Poem by Paul Bell


Topeo Julie, she shows you what to doShe'll take your hand and see you throughNever asking questions whats your nameIts all the same its in the gameTo..
Treasured Possession.

Treasured Possession.

A Poem by Paul Bell


Bottle of Vodka, one knitting needleWe only sell knitting needles in pairs.Of Course you do. All good things come in pairs.Would you like a bag for li..
The Ghost Train.

The Ghost Train.

A Poem by Paul Bell


You’ve got to get in from the startGirl, love, mortgage, houseThe trip has begunSeat belt onForget the planThe roller coaster will take you upBu..
The Ring

The Ring

A Poem by Paul Bell


It started with the solitary ringRinging, ringingTill it rang no moreOthers began to ring after thatThe digital world informing, as they always doMany..