Biography of Ashley burnam
I was born in german and moved to america when i was 5 years old. I still have duel citisenship until i reach the age of 18 where i plan to become a full america like my parents.
I've been writing since middle school and have yet to stop.
Ashley burnam Poems
A Mothers Lullaby
Shadows whisper in the dark of the night Babies cry out in fright They are afraid and only one thing will wisk it all away.
Dancing On Butterfly Wings
Dancing dancing, swaying my hips. You wish you could see the butterfly tattoo
Just For A Little Bit Longer
Spinning, spinning, spinning This world is a blur. I close my eyes as i continue to whirl.
Castle On My Sea Of Sin's
Looking upon a cloaded Castle over the sea's of my sins I can still see you.
Sitting in my family’s cabin, Stitching away at cloth. My brother’s play, my mother prays, My father shines his gun.
Its Okay Babe
Rain thunders down and the warm july day The girl sits infront of the bus Depot not sure what to say She had done so wrong how could they
I Love You Everyday
I can not and I will not Say goodbye forever. Tear’s run down my face, Black and red and blue for you
Rolling With The Punches
Fighting hard Turn left, jab to the right! Lot f reasons im out here tonight.
Laughing knowing something i dont. Treating me as if i where a child. NO MORE!
Emo love is the only love that i happily grace with a hug.
Coming to the conclusion Of life and death
Roses And Daggers
Birds twittered happily everywhere Unknowing the child of prophecy was born. Hair the color of crow feathers And skin as white a snow
Crying Rube Tears In Ballet Slippers
Spinning on my toe, Quickly, round and round i go. My ankles are bleeding but i dont care. My courage is gone, leaving only despair.
Blazing Through Life
Flying high in the sky Where only an eagle can be free. A blazing star shines through the cloads. People look up at the far away heart.
Iron In Her Pocket
A teenage girl sits in the back seat.
Her daddy drives her home.
His uniform is worn and old,
She will never go back.
With her head turned to the side,