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My Brother Is Dead But I'm Doing Fine by David Daniels No need for words the poem speaks for itself. [375 words]
School by Colin Baker - [107 words]
Not Yet Met by Rob Badger - [2 words]
How Many Hoops? by Cedric McClester How Many Hoops? poses a rhetorical question. [46 words]
¥Oic£ by French - [3 words]
Why To War by Rob Badger WAR.....Why? [171 words]
Wedonotexist by K M - [181 words]
Weak In Faith by Oksana Klym - [85 words]
Voice And Pen by Rob Badger Who doesn't love to sing? [79 words]
Vircerzo by French - [4 words]
Universal Soul by Rob Badger - [96 words]
Undivided Diamond by Rob Badger Family's strong bonds. [110 words]
Un Dia En La Playa by Roberto J Moreno It's a poem on what I think love should feel like. Es un poema describiendo lo que yo pienso... [161 words]
Thoughts Of A Comet by Majen Stewart Short emotional account of the thoughts of a comet. [239 words]
Thorn And Rose by Randall Barfield - [66 words]
The Winds Of October by Kayla L Jordan Eh, I don't know. Just something I came up with. Enjoy. [76 words]
The Silent Thief by Tamsin Butler Just ended a relationship so a bit devasted at the moment [232 words]
The Realm Of The Old by Andrews - [55 words]
The Lies We Hear by Nadine Southam - [77 words]
Tall Witnesses To A Miracle by Rob Badger Miracle. [137 words]
Soul At War by Michelle - [59 words]
Sky, Us, And All Below by Rob Badger we. [92 words]
Please Send Me Blessings by Randall Barfield - [48 words]
Pathetic Phallacy by Tamsin Butler Randomness in my head [184 words]
Pair Of Tears by Jayy Zappone A girl who loses the love of her life. [102 words]
One With The Horse by Shannon L Daniels - [48 words]
One Last Serenade by Jayy Zappone Uncontrollable love. [130 words]
Old by Mike Piotrowski A poem regarding some of the residents in the long term care facility, [100 words]
No Way Of Knowing by Rob Badger - [70 words]
Nana And Popa by Rob Badger - [107 words]
Moods by Nadine Southam - [102 words]
Middle Months by Rob Badger Summer. [116 words]
Love Is An Epidemic by Jayy Zappone - [105 words]
Key To You And Me by Rob Badger - [72 words]
Just Thoughts..... by Charity B Baez Just thoughts running through my mind.....at a crazy point in my life..... [191 words]
Just A Glance by Rob Badger why not take a chance and return a glance, a smile, the love could last a while. [96 words]
Jesus, You Look So Kansas-Like by Randall Barfield - [328 words]
It's 1am...Rebirth by Roberto J Moreno It's a poem about someone I've been getting close too; however, everything is on her terms. ... [191 words]
Intimacy Of Love by Dri dreaming... [154 words]
Im Gone by Jessi - [126 words]
How Funny It Is To Lose Someone. by Chloe L Batey Haven't added anything in a while but here's my newest. About losing somebody ... [127 words]
Hands Of Time by Tara Bridget Moore Don't let time decide your fate. A pithy little poem about time passing us all by... tarabridgetm... [36 words]
Gone Is Our Lisa by Randall Barfield (Feeling Poe-ish today maybe?) [87 words]
Forming Sky by Rob Badger - [100 words]
Fall Falling Fallen by Jessi - [35 words]
Fading Time by Rob Badger If you ever start to think about how things could be with the perfect person, this is my shot at pu... [146 words]
Eternal by Briony Carvalho - [80 words]
Enter My World by Rob Badger - [56 words]
Don't Fall Through Hate by Rob Badger - [121 words]
Do You See? by Jessi - [132 words]
Crying by Melissa Bushman let love in lost [23 words]
Block by Melissa Bushman trying to forget [49 words]
Beneath Our Feet by Michelle - [91 words]
Awoken by Rob Badger True Love. [120 words]
A Summer Of Abandoned Love by Jayy Zappone Abandoned love [102 words]
A Simple Yet Complex Tragedy by Jayy Zappone Dark. [102 words]
A Minute Before The Tone. by Roberto J Moreno It's a poem about all the thoughts you have before calling that person you like. Yet... [169 words]
25 Years On by Colin Baker - [85 words]
2012 by Rob Badger .... [117 words]
(I See) The Light by R Bennett Okerstrom Can you see the light? [98 words]
Who Is This Person by Jennifer Mendez - [99 words]
The Years Through The Trees by Andrews - [41 words]
The Tyrant by Joshua Meihaus This is one of my first poems, and one of my last before I became more melancholy. [88 words]
The Conception Of Reality by Mike Piotrowski Hope you enjoy the poem! -Mike. [244 words]
Take O Take Those Chips Away by Colin Baker - [44 words]
Queen Of Roses by Jennifer Mendez - [104 words]
Over My Dead Body by Colin Baker - [52 words]
Oh Jesus!
Miss Sally Said (They'd All Be Dead) by Cedric McClester Miss Sally Said is a poem that chronicals one woman and her people's journ... [504 words]
Midnight Cry by Joshua Meihaus The tragedy of an unknown person, depicted in four short verses. [100 words]
L O V E by Nesam Pillay Experience [45 words]
If Eternity Allows by Tara Bridget Moore Have you enjoyed this poem? If you have, and you are an aspiring writer of poetry and fictio... [276 words]
Getting There by Richard Ferrell Reflection on tomorrow [14 words]
Famous by Sooz It's hard being famous! [92 words]
Darkness Of The Night by Joshua Meihaus The first poem I wrote that I can remember, and definitely the first poem I'm proud I wro... [78 words]
Blanket Of Trust by R Bennett Okerstrom Take my secret to your grave [59 words]
Beneath The Oak In The Park by Joshua Meihaus A poem depicting a lost love, contemplated as the stars in the sky began to appear,... [108 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
Oh Jesus!
DESCRIPTION
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[18 words]
AUTHOR
Colin Baker
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[October 2014]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
clnbkr@tiscali.co.uk
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (117)
25 Years On (Poetry) - [85 words]
2 Am (Poetry) - [115 words]
A Bus Commuter's Sonnet (Poetry) - [107 words]
A Choreographed Breakfast (Poetry) - [68 words]
A Dreamer's Song (Aka Wishful Thinking) (Poetry) - [85 words]
A Fibber's Prayer (Poetry) A short poem about making good some porkies. [291 words] [Humor]
A First Class Service (Poetry) - [15 words]
A Lost Generation ? (Poetry) - [52 words]
A Pious Gent (Poetry) - [11 words]
A Restraining Order For Jesus (Poetry) - [258 words]
A Smoker's Pledge Of Allegiance (Poetry) - [98 words]
A To Z Of Adolescence (Poetry) Ever been a parent ? Of three daughters ? [21 words]
A Visit To The Planetarium (Poetry) - [31 words]
Africans, Westerners And Intelligence. (Essays) A reply to Dr. James D. Watson's recent assertion that Africans are of inferior intelligence when compared to Westerners. [7,297 words]
An Apple A Day (Poetry) Fun poetry. [36 words]
Believe In Better (Short Stories) A philosophical alternative to the current mindset. [804 words]
Beneath Her Window (Poetry) - [34 words]
Benefit Cutting For Dummies (Non-Fiction) Benefit cutting is politically and ideologically motivated. [2,411 words]
Bill Gates Should Take A Tip From Karl And Fred (Essays) Bill Gates recently criticised capitalism. Hooray! one might be minded to cry out! But all is not as straight forward as it seems. [872 words] [Drama]
Bill The Bus Driver (Poetry) - [61 words]
Blackvein (Poetry) - [103 words]
Britain's Festival Of The Juggernaut. (Essays) Capitalist Britain and the Hindu tradition of Vishnu's incarnation have much in common. [1,277 words]
By Night When Others Soundly Slept (I'd Pinch Lots Of Stuff) (Poetry) - [114 words]
Christmas Conundrum (Poetry) Christmas can be a confusing time for some children. [197 words]
Coming To Terms (Poetry) Extolling the virtues of the human brain. [177 words]
Contradictory Deliverance (Poetry) - [37 words]
Cost-Effective Indifference (Poetry) - [29 words]
Cough & Drop (Poetry) - [114 words]
Debt (Poetry) Debt, Emily Dickinson style. [178 words]
' Doc ' (Poetry) A very brief reflection of the continued erosion of free health provision in contemporary Britain. [80 words]
Douglas R.I.P. (Poetry) - [270 words]
Ends And Means (Non-Fiction) The world we currently live in is a topsy turvy place. [215 words] [History]
Evening Class For A Grownup (Poetry) - [58 words]
Favour (Poetry) - [21 words]
Fruit And Vegetable Shortages (Non-Fiction) A spurious argument [269 words]
Get On Board, Iraqi Children (Poetry) Allah's train keeps a-comin' for thousands of Iraqi children. [181 words]
Good News Is No News (Short Stories) Good news isn't always what it seems. [470 words] [Literary Fiction]
Growing Up (2006) (Poetry) - [28 words]
Hey John! How Are Things My Friend? (Poetry) - [134 words]
Hit The Sack (Poetry) - [299 words]
If I Die (Poetry) Inspired by a conversation one evening at bedtime between my 6 year old daughter and I. Suddenly, she wanted to explore the concept of dying. [129 words]
Imperialism Dear Boy, Imperialism (Poetry) Limerick on the theme of the current Gulf conflict. [27 words]
In A Seaside Street (Poetry) - [167 words]
In The Top Right-Hand Corner (Poetry) - [21 words]
In The Union Of Myanmar (Poetry) - [38 words]
It's Like Hurricane Ike... (Poetry) - [112 words]
Kidney Stones (Poetry) - [13 words]
Killing At Camp - Justice? (Poetry) - [55 words]
Labour Pains (Poetry) - [93 words]
Last Wednesday: Peterchurch, Herefordshire. (Poetry) - [31 words]
Little Donkey - Revised (Poetry) A poem for christmas [16 words] [Humor]
Lovers Walking In A Lane In Summer (Poetry) - [126 words]
Margaret Thatcher's Funeral (Non-Fiction) - [270 words]
Meop Citsigoloen A (Poetry) - [28 words]
Milton! Art Thou Dying (Again)? (Poetry) Is Milton Friedman's free-market mantra now in tatters? [28 words]
Monday Morning (Poetry) - [59 words]
Moral Instruction (Poetry) - [107 words]
My Child X 3 (Poetry) - [23 words]
Newport - Stow Hill (Poetry) - [4 words]
Norman's Unemployment Policy - Britain, Summer 1981 (Poetry) - [158 words]
Oh La La ! (Poetry) - [118 words]
On The Beach! (Poetry) - [48 words]
Over My Dead Body (Poetry) - [52 words]
Pardon Me But................... (Poetry) - [11 words]
Parliament? - It's History! (Essays) The role of Parliament as an institution here in the UK must now radically change. [1,398 words]
Partnership (Poetry) - [30 words]
Playing Pétanque (Poetry) - [141 words]
Pleasure Island (Poetry) - [114 words]
Poem Of The Cross (Poetry) - [32 words]
Poetry - No Doubt (Poetry) - [8 words]
Potential Human (Poetry) - [33 words]
Pregnancy And Politics (Non-Fiction) An argument against capitalism [1,096 words]
Prophecy (Poetry) - [28 words]
Psalm 17-30 (The Rush-Hour Psalm) (Poetry) - [261 words]
Psalm 23 (New Labour's Psalm) (Poetry) - [108 words]
Psalm 23 (The Mcjob Psalm) (Poetry) McJobs abound in capitalist society.... [122 words]
Rain Heading In From The West (Poetry) A poem written to mark the many innocent deaths brought about by Western political aggression in Iraq and Afghanistan. [243 words]
Raining Cats And Dogs (Poetry) Do you believe in metaphors coming true ? [187 words]
Reflections On God's Actions (Poetry) - [62 words]
Remembering (Poetry) - [144 words]
Saturday Night Dilemma (Poetry) Saturday nights out are not what they used to be. [92 words]
Saviour Self (Poetry) - [86 words]
School (Poetry) - [107 words]
Screwball Scramble (Essays) There is a good reason for the phenomenon of frenzied shopping in the Western world. [2,381 words]
September 03, 2007 (Poetry) To mark a particular President's recent visit to Iraq [18 words]
Social Inequality Is Not One-Sided (Non-Fiction) - [1,035 words]
Society, The Family And A Thatcher. (Essays) When UK conservative Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher asserted in 1987 that 'there is no such thing as society', she overlooked all that it is to be human. [5,380 words]
Something For Nothing (Short Stories) The irony of political correctness [90 words]
Sometimes (Poetry) Sometimes, contemporary work roles seem to necessitate wishful thinking in a person. [69 words]
Spitting (At) Images (Poetry) - [28 words]
Take O Take Those Chips Away (Poetry) - [44 words]
Taking Leave (And All That) (Poetry) - [36 words]
The B B C (Poetry) - [12 words]
The Chair (Poetry) - [235 words]
The Chinese Medicine Shop (Poetry) - [43 words]
The Lords (Poetry) - [28 words]
The Poisonous Dart Frog, Politics And History (Essays) - [2,477 words]
The Religious Sum Of The Iraq War (Poetry) - [14 words]
The Retrospective Chicken (Poetry) Introspective journey of a chicken. [255 words]
The Sack Race (Poetry) A short poem, written to mark the occasion of my youngest daughter's recent triumphs in her school sack race. [207 words]
The State (Poetry) - [22 words]
The Sum Of Amon Goeth's Execution (Poetry) - [14 words]
The Valleys (Poetry) - [68 words]
The Western Alpha Bit (Poetry) Topic of Iraq [182 words]
Thoughts On The Evolutionary School Of Life (Poetry) - [177 words]
Thoughts On Youth Crime (Poetry) - [16 words]
Topsy Turvy (Poetry) - [33 words]
Up! (Poetry) - [64 words]
Up-Hill (Till M4 Junction 3, Then Head South) (Poetry) - [138 words]
We'd Sit And Sing Alway (Then Came A Barratt Team) (Poetry) Greenbelt, in certain parts of 21st century Britain, is a dwindling phenomenon. [71 words]
We'll Go No More A-Dogging (Poetry) - [70 words]
What Do We Want? Concrete Fairness! When Do We Want It? Now! (Essays) Live Aid and Live 8 failed because they made metaphysical appeals to fairness and justice. [4,232 words]
While God........... (Poetry) - [15 words]
Why And How We Spoke God Into Existence (Poetry) Have you ever wondered how God came to be? [234 words]
Why Bother At All? (Non-Fiction) Why bother struggling to save a decaying economic system like capitalism? [483 words]
Withdrawn Loners And Sparkling Drops (Non-Fiction) The recent shooting at Sandy Hook school in Connecticut USA is tragic beyond question, yet also revealing in some ways. [856 words] [Crime]
Yesterday (Poetry) (Inspired by one of Brittany's recent tree-climbing experiences, she being our youngest daughter) [177 words]
Oh Jesus!
Colin Baker


Yes -
Oh Jesus!

Such gorgeous hands -
And with their air -
brushed rusty-nails look.

So you!
So now!
So bloody
sexy!








 

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STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
February 2008
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