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Adays Poems

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Premium Member 12-12-96
I always thought of you each day,
Never missed a one.
Each time it changed,
Varied as the years passed.
Every day I still think of you.
Rainy late nights could be the saddest.
My eyes would tear at what they missed.
Etched in my memory my...Read More
Categories: adays, family,
Form: Free verse

you can
make a stand
get a better hands
stop walking 
in adays
Categories: adays, adventure, happiness,
Form: Light Verse
i feel that i pollute these lines
by sharing them in words
if thoughts could be transferred to minds
my soul would fly like birds
too often now adays i see
pervertion of this craft
not in the world of poetry
but in our daily draft
we often...Read More
Categories: adays, philosophy
Form: Rhyme
i like to think that my words come out of my mouth
spilling everywhere
filling the room
through everyones mind
captivating every breath
talk freely without critisism
but i have relized these words
these thoughts
these wishes
only come from my mind
and they die outloud
all that comes out now...Read More
Categories: adays, art, childhood, confusion, depression, fantasy, health, hope,
Form: I do not know?
Ostrocising the police
been the victom
more times than you know
beat up outside a copshop
right outside their window
no point in going inside to report what they just saw
easier to do nothing
wish i had that job

victom of it again
pretty near held hostage in my own...Read More
Categories: adays, angst, life, recovery, me, sick,
Form: Free verse

Dyslexic and I know this
I want to go down in history as a humanitarian like Quincy Jones,
so I'm going to listen to 
what he said and, if it rains I'm going to get wet,
also If I want an A, can't be scared to get...Read More
Categories: adays, life
Form: Free verse
How To Pay Your Bills (Part One)
This was a method employed,
By my last ex-wife,
Who enjoyed 16 years of 
torturing me,
The bane of my life...

See she sat and slept in
her recliner,
The power seat of the house,
And treated me,
Like an annoying mouse...
I was too dumd to take,
Care of...Read More
Categories: adays, adventure, angst, caregiving, depression, devotion, education, family,
Form: Bio