Autumn Winds

Rookie - 10 Points (July 22 1993 / Sanfrancisco, California)

Autumn Winds Poems

41. Can You See? 1/3/2013
42. Can You Smell The Rain? 3/9/2013
43. Candles On The Water 9/29/2013
44. Catchfire 8/9/2012
45. Chandlers 7/21/2012
46. Chasing 12/16/2012
47. Cherry Blossoms Fall Eventually 9/5/2012
48. Choices Still Unmade 8/13/2012
49. Circles In Moonlight 3/20/2013
50. Close Your Eyes 10/16/2012
51. Clouds That Cover The Sun 8/18/2012
52. Come Find Me 3/22/2013
53. Crying Clouds 2/5/2013
54. Dance In The Dark 12/27/2012
55. Dance Thunder And Lightning 10/14/2012
56. Dare I Love You? 8/11/2012
57. Dead Dreams 8/31/2012
58. Deception 12/3/2012
59. Delusions 8/8/2013
60. Didn'T Say Goodbye 10/16/2012
61. Do You Know Why? 4/22/2015
62. Do You See What's Behind My Smile? 5/1/2013
63. Do You? 12/16/2012
64. Don'T Break 4/17/2013
65. Don'T Look Back 4/14/2013
66. Don'T Speak 2/7/2013
67. Dream Catcher 10/16/2013
68. Drop In The Ocean 8/2/2013
69. Dust On The Wind 7/1/2012
70. Dwindle 11/14/2012
71. Dying Pinpricks 9/8/2012
72. Eyes Of Ice That Burn Like Fire 1/10/2013
73. Faded 12/2/2012
74. Fading Starlight 6/29/2012
75. Fallen Beauty 10/7/2013
76. Fault 3/13/2013
77. Fire 4/19/2013
78. First And Second 7/28/2013
79. Flightless Bird 1/29/2013
80. Glass Hearts 8/22/2012
Best Poem of Autumn Winds

Amanda Todd

Once there was a girl
Not that far away
Who loved and laughed
And danced and played
Then one day
While she was talking with her friends
She made a mistake
That would haunt her till it's ends
They called her lovely and dazzling
They called her perfect and stunning
Thinking it would do none harm
She sent it over, right into their arms
A year went by
Along with everyday life
Then one day a message came
He threatened to expose her
To everyone that knows her
But she ignored the menace.....
On Christmas Break
Came a knock on the ...

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Reminisces

Remeber the days
When we'd sit on the swing?

When we'd laugh and play?

I remeber those days
Before the fighting started

You seem to have forgotten them

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