Allyson Gordon (31 December 1990 / Adelaide)
Poems of Allyson Gordon
|1.||A Better Place||5/10/2006|
|2.||A Better Place Than Grief||8/9/2008|
|3.||A Grieving Heart||5/14/2008|
|4.||A New Day||8/9/2008|
|5.||A Permanent Mark||4/3/2007|
|6.||After Life, After Death||3/4/2008|
|8.||Battle Of Life||7/13/2008|
|9.||Because of You||5/14/2008|
|10.||Behind the Crimson Door||4/14/2008|
|11.||Bleed Sorrow (short)||6/3/2008|
|12.||Bleeding For Love||5/14/2008|
|14.||Cherish Precious Moments||6/3/2008|
|16.||Confessions Of A Mixed Up Daughter||8/16/2006|
|17.||Consumed By Hell (short)||6/3/2008|
|19.||Darkness is the Reality||3/4/2008|
|20.||Death Calls Me||6/3/2008|
There once was a young girl fair.
With a heart big pure and made from gold.
But she had a father who it seemed didn’t care.
Towards her family he came off scary and cold.
But still she’d keep the faith,
No she’d never lose hope.
He wasn’t even acting as a mate.
It seemed like he treated her like a joke.