Poetry by author Mary E. Gregory


  • My Poem

    This poem pulled itself out of me, powerfully. I wrote this on Sunday, May 26, 2019. I’d had a very vivid dream that night and woke up with a sense of urgency to write it all down. The weekend affords me much time to muse. No meetings to go to, just me and my thoughts […]

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  • Moved On

    Did I move on and forget to tell you? I thought you were still there, waiting for me. But you have far exceeded what we were, What we ever could be. What’s sad, so lonely, so hard to accept, Is that I too moved past what we have already wept. In truth, we don’t need […]

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  • Ziggy Stardust

    Inspired by my kitten lately. She moves quick and wiggles vite, we call her Ziggle, Zaggle, McZigglenator, Ziggy Stardust. She was found, or rather, she found, an owner by jumping into my colleagues sons car window while they waited for their food in the McDonalds drive-thru. She’s got balls! Well having a kitten in the […]

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  • Fresh

    I wrote this poem on September 02, 2019. The light in my office was coming in just so that I tore off a big piece of paper and started writing. The sun has a soothing glisten off the clear water Drum beats in the distance give my body license to rock Deep within, my mind […]

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  • No Title

    I wrote this poem after coming home from being in court all day. It was February 6th, 2019, it was a Wednesday. I had been helping a friend during a custody case and it was supercharged with emotions for everyone. The anxiety my friend felt was palpable. Though I felt there wasn’t much I could […]

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  • Crispy Paper

    I wrote this May 07, 2019, it was a Tuesday. I have these very large sticky papers I put on my wall and write my poems on. I love them because they’re so large, like a painters canvas. My poems never go longer than the paper, and having such a large canvas helps me to […]

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