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06/20/2016 Come On Take Your Shot 334 Free verse
06/03/2016 Through The Eyes Of A Female Zombie 274 Free verse
06/02/2016 Facebook 483 Sonnet
06/01/2016 The Fatboy Poem 959 Free verse
05/31/2016 The Desperate Housewife 522 Sonnet
05/30/2016 Who Am I 479 Sonnet
05/30/2016 That Most Addicting Drug 630 Free verse
05/24/2016 The Big Bad Boogyman 469 Sonnet
05/21/2016 The Worst Time For The Zombie Appocalyps To Hit 422 Sonnet
05/19/2016 The Half Crazed Zombie Appocalypse Survivor 460 Sonnet
05/19/2016 Holding Honor Above All 507 Sonnet
05/11/2016 A Broken Stone 470 Sonnet
12/31/2015 This Feeling Is True 370 Sonnet
12/14/2015 Freddy's Adventure In The Maze 5 318 Sonnet
12/07/2015 Freddy's Adventure In The Maze 4 360 Sonnet
12/02/2015 Freddy's Adventure In The Maze 3 398 Sonnet
11/30/2015 Freddy's Adventure In The Maze 2 394 Sonnet
11/29/2015 Freddy's Adventure In The Maze 1 256 Sonnet
11/27/2015 Life's Hardships 505 Sonnet
11/20/2015 She Has Bailed 312 Free verse
09/28/2015 Beauty Greater Than Art 424 Sonnet
09/05/2015 This Country us to be Great 415 Free verse
09/04/2015 Moving On 338 Free verse
08/28/2015 The Wind 684 Sonnet
08/21/2015 A Tale Of Four Giant Creatures 500 Sonnet
08/19/2015 Auburn lights 3 Haiku 655 Haiku
08/19/2015 She looks down at the street 414 Rhyme
08/18/2015 Stop Abortion 891 Free verse
08/17/2015 I am very upset 467 Free verse
08/17/2015 I thought I was great 314 Sonnet
08/16/2015 Walking along the road 460 Sonnet
08/15/2015 There was this man I once knew 430 Sonnet
08/13/2015 What I Wanted To Be When I Was A Child 333 Sonnet
08/10/2015 I dance Silly Sonnet 437 Sonnet
08/10/2015 Here I sit 614 Sonnet
08/10/2015 Though my Enemy May Knock Me To The Ground 343 Free verse
08/10/2015 November 776 Acrostic
08/07/2015 Strange Dream 642 Quintain (English)
08/07/2015 I Thought I Was Smart 537 Free verse
08/07/2015 When You Become True 321 Free verse
08/06/2015 I Cry For Our Country 475 Free verse
08/05/2015 Nacho Man VILLAGE PEOPLE Macho Man Short Parody 1049 Free verse
08/04/2015 The Lady In The Library 643 Free verse
08/03/2015 Lune 511 Free verse
08/03/2015 I felt Amazing Grace 563 Free verse
07/29/2015 Who I Am 453 Free verse
07/29/2015 My Tears Do Drip 309 Free verse
07/29/2015 How Hot Was It 290 Free verse
07/29/2015 Be Happy 445 Free verse
07/11/2015 I Remember 326 Free verse
06/12/2015 I Ducked 360 Free verse
02/02/2015 Gazing Upon Your Face 459 Free verse
01/03/2015 Stop Murder 386 Free verse
12/05/2014 White Roses Turn Purple and Black 497 Free verse
11/28/2014 My Thoughts were the Same 414 Free verse
11/19/2014 A Dragon's Warning 485 Free verse
11/07/2014 My Thought's of Pearl Harbor 1345 Free verse
11/01/2014 Fighting the Darkness 501 Free verse
10/24/2014 A Warrior's Heart 2146 Free verse
10/19/2014 A Real Father 2188 Free verse
10/07/2014 When I Close my Eyes 1691 Free verse


Quote Left You're heart is not cold. Stone doesn't break as easy as ice. Quote Right
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Quote Left Fantasy is a way to deal with reality as if it doesn't exist. In reality there are consequences. If we don't wake up to deal with reality than fantasy will destroy us. Quote Right
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Quote Left You can change the word of the bible however you like, but God will never change His. Quote Right
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Quote Left Sin is Sin. Sugar coating the bible will never make it right. Quote Right
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