Best Poem of G. E. Gorfu

The Phoenix
The Phoenix


Deep in the study

Of etiology

Shrouded with fable

And mythology

Woven with DNA's helix

We find the Phoenix.

When this curious bird dies

It lights its own funeral pier

And into the flames it dives,

And from the . . .
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The First And Last
The First and Last


Truly, truly often

Life has an ironic dictum,

Where the eater is the eaten,

Where the winner is the beaten,

And the victor, - the victim.

In the struggle of the dust

The first shall be the last.


G. E. Gorfu . . .
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