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In Your Sleep. (Poem) by Terry Collett - [148 words]
Nun Watching. (Poem) by Terry Collett - [98 words]
A Life Of Stripping Bare. by Terry Collett - [190 words]
Your Mother Was. by Terry Collett - [192 words]
Your Little Secret. by Terry Collett - [140 words]
You'll Never Be In Love. by Terry Collett - [149 words]
You Are Gone by Erica Young Lost a friend because he had feelings I didn't share. Too hard for him to keep talking... Even mov... [44 words]
When You Think It's Over. by Terry Collett - [130 words]
When Love Fails by Taya Sommel - [105 words]
Welcome To The Asian Life by Angel Of Hope - [128 words]
Water Dark Blue. by Terry Collett - [266 words]
Waste Not, Want Not. by Terry Collett - [156 words]
Time To Wait. by Terry Collett - [265 words]
The Things I Did When I Was Young
The Soldier By The Window by Joan Elizabeth White This is a poem that I hope will help everyone think of Soldiers as people with family... [297 words]
The Seed Sewn by Joan Elizabeth White This is a poem I wrote for my mom and dad's 50th wedding anniversary and I hope it touches someon... [300 words]
The Color Blue by Angel Of Hope - [115 words]
Sundays It Was. by Terry Collett - [164 words]
She Said No by Angel Of Hope I saw a book called She Said Yes, so I wanted to write a poem called She Said No...just to be contr... [143 words]
She Knows He Will. by Terry Collett - [121 words]
Penny For Them. by Terry Collett - [161 words]
Not One Of Those. by Terry Collett - [184 words]
Not One Ave. by Terry Collett - [119 words]
Not In Your Wildest Dreams. by Terry Collett - [229 words]
Northern Light Flowers by Burton - [26 words]
My Darling by Lamar Cole - [34 words]
Mrs Murphy's Third Child. by Terry Collett - [117 words]
Mother Aged Quickly. by Terry Collett - [116 words]
Molly & Men. by Terry Collett - [215 words]
Many A True Word. by Terry Collett - [143 words]
Looking Out Of Windows. by Terry Collett - [145 words]
It's The Way by Sariah Folau Pacificislander It's why I play basketball [138 words]
It Was No Joke. by Terry Collett - [101 words]
If Only It Would. by Terry Collett - [103 words]
Her Voice by Lamar Cole - [41 words]
Her Lost Love. by Terry Collett - [97 words]
Cost Of War. by Terry Collett - [162 words]
Another Dawn. by Terry Collett - [187 words]
All Things Aside. by Terry Collett - [147 words]
A Vampire's Touch by Taya Sommel - [68 words]
Your Sweet Kiss by Lamar Cole - [36 words]
Your Lips by Lamar Cole - [41 words]
You'll Wake Up. by Terry Collett - [123 words]
You Love by Lamar Cole - [56 words]
You Can See She's In Love. by Terry Collett - [177 words]
Woman Watching. by Terry Collett - [168 words]
What Father Said. by Terry Collett - [323 words]
This Sweet Love by Lamar Cole - [38 words]
The Woman Down The Hall. by Terry Collett - [153 words]
The Real Side Of You by Aujaye Mulmi - [66 words]
Thanks Daddy She Said. by Terry Collett - [221 words]
Summer Of Sex. by Terry Collett - [204 words]
Snow Already. by Terry Collett - [148 words]
Single Mother by Francine Lofton - [121 words]
Seasonal Senses by Jessica L Felter Tnis Student A small poem description of the seasons, let me know what you think, please! [102 words]
Recollection After Dinner. by Terry Collett - [176 words]
Office Blues by Terry Collett - [159 words]
No One Bothered. by Terry Collett - [179 words]
No Moving On. by Terry Collett - [155 words]
No Letter Of Love. by Terry Collett - [200 words]
Nights & Days Since Baby's Death. by Terry Collett - [129 words]
Millie's Mother by Terry Collett - [216 words]
Men Will Watch Paint Dry. by Terry Collett - [141 words]
Living's What We Do. by Terry Collett - [267 words]
Little Left. by Terry Collett - [54 words]
Learn To Love My Words by Erica Young It's true. I know I can't write, but oh well... [146 words]
Invisible Underneath by Erica Young Just a burst of feelings... Wrote this in an emotional state, so I didn't wanna go back an... [125 words]
In Father's Room. by Terry Collett - [197 words]
He's Not The Same. by Terry Collett - [209 words]
Her Eyes by Lamar Cole - [38 words]
Her Body by Lamar Cole - [39 words]
He Would Know Nothing, by Terry Collett - [173 words]
He Promised So Much. by Terry Collett - [168 words]
Hard To Handle by Vanlal Duoma Duoma About my life [61 words]
Finding An Old Photograph. by Terry Collett - [390 words]
Fall Guy. by Terry Collett - [120 words]
Even Now, You Listen. by Terry Collett - [201 words]
Dreams Of You by Lamar Cole - [49 words]
Cockerel & You. by Terry Collett - [123 words]
Behind Tall Walls. by Terry Collett - [230 words]
Anny Would Have Been There. by Terry Collett - [119 words]
An End To The Affair. by Terry Collett - [127 words]
Always On The Edge. by Terry Collett - [109 words]
A Woman Dying. by Terry Collett - [629 words]
A Sweetheart by Lamar Cole - [41 words]
A Better Friend by T J Rintoull Poem for solitude and loneliness. [94 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
The Things I Did When I Was Young
DESCRIPTION
my comparrison of my younger years and the way that I am now
[104 words]
AUTHOR
Joan Elizabeth White
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[September 2009]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
countrygirl437@yahoo.com
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (3)
The Seed Sewn (Poetry) This is a poem I wrote for my mom and dad's 50th wedding anniversary and I hope it touches someone. I grew up with a mom and dad that have never spoke a unkind word to one another and cherish their ye... [300 words]
The Soldier By The Window (Poetry) This is a poem that I hope will help everyone think of Soldiers as people with familys, dreams, aspirations, and fears this poem is also about a Soldier flying out to another country where there is st... [297 words]
The Telephone (Poetry) Poetry. [91 words]
The Things I Did When I Was Young
Joan Elizabeth White

When I was young I danced
for what seemed like hours with no end
On the pur of the moment
I'd take a road trip with my friends

When I was young I played rock music
that's the kind I was the most proud
I wanted everyone to hear it
so I turned the volume up so loud.

In those days when I was young
way back in my past
I never buckled my seatbelt
and I drove my car to fast

those days have come those
days have gone
I don't seek out adventure
just content to stay home.

Riding in the car with the
windows down with the wind
blowing my hair
those were careless times
when I didn't have a care

 

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STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
September 2009
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