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Poem / Poetry

September 06, 2018

Reads: 14

Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

Knitting is like life, there are ups and downs, holes and breaks. There is much that can change and grow. Read More
Inspired by my friendship in high school, this was written when I was 15. Being adopted this book represented all the dreams of a 15 year old girl. Read More
This Book which has 60 differently titled Poems , is actually volume 2 of the Book titled – The Womb ( 250 pages ) . A flurry of poetic concoctions dedicated to the ever-pervading woman and mother. Profoundly saluting her love, compassion and resolute grit as she evolves a diminutive… Read More
This Book which has 50 differently titled Poems , is actually volume 1 of the Book titled – The Womb ( 250 pages ) . A flurry of poetic concoctions dedicated to the ever-pervading woman and mother. Profoundly saluting her love, compassion and resolute grit as she evolves a diminutive… Read More
Nico faced a situation that he had no control over. And though he tried to convince his girlfriend to go one way, she chose to go the other. Read More
It's fair to say that Ruby Miller has been through a lot these past couple of months. But she's had to move on from her Father's death quickly, now that she has two people to worry about. Back at work and battling her ever growing feelings for old school crush… Read More
As we transition from old to new in 2015 we bring with us triumphs and tribulations, moments of pride and regret. For parents one of our greatest challenges and often times greatest source of angst, and sometimes sorrow, is not being the kind of supportive role model we had alway… Read More
Some light into the story that stars for new season in making a dream gifted for our home. A simple humor that is so fresh. A home so loving dear your heart welcome some gifts for the days ahead. Let us add more humor for this blessings.!! Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 28, 2014

Reads: 188

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Written eleven years ago, one of my oldest recorded works. For my daughter. I could tidy up the spelling etc., but it feels 'kinda vintage' this way Read More
Life is surely a beautiful thing... And to think that the coming together of two people deeply in love can create new life is an amazing thought. From a little embryo we form and develop into a little person within the tummy of our Mothers. Bringing life into the world… Read More
The Anti-Soccer Mom isn't afraid to tell all. Flipping off the PTA, running through the store dressed as wonder woman for Tampons, Jen Philips has done it all. If it can go wrong and it involved children, Jen has done it with flair, someday she will figure out why there… Read More
Using the four seasons as an analogy, the Human story can be told in its entirety. Read More
My third poem. Tried rhyming with this effort. I am a father and felt entitled to do some creative thinking in this direction. Read More
Medically, physically, emotionally & spiritually. These past few weeks have been crazy, and I really appreciate the things my mom has done for me and how she's been right here by my side thru' every step of the way. She's an outstanding mother, role model and now friend. We've never… Read More
When motherhood's blessings come out in words (2010). Read More
In the post-modern era, the role of mother and father has changed. This poem describes it from the view of a baby ... Read More
This is a poem about the strained relationship between my mother and I caused by her former drug addiction and the associated problems. Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 04, 2012

Reads: 128

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

a poem about seeing your child after a work day Read More
taken from my book, "So Easy To Think" Read More
taken from my book, "Blinded By Thought" Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 08, 2011

Reads: 243

Comments: 9

The Booksie Classic House

This is my feelings (in general and in personal forms) towards parents who do not behave responsibly, and who treat their children like possetions, if they treat them like anything at all! The format is a little weird, if it is to weird please let me know, thanks! Please comment… Read More

Reads: 375

Comments: 14

The Booksie Classic House

This started out as thoughts and feelings I have on being a father. It has truly changed my life. I've had many different jobs, but sometimes the ones you are least prepared for end up being the most rewarding. You know what I mean. Read More
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