Brian 'Peza' Perrins

Rookie - 22 Points (18.7.50 / UK)

Brian 'Peza' Perrins Poems

1. Remembering The Things We Used To Do 9/28/2006
2. Talk To Yourself 9/28/2006
3. Stealth Tax 9/28/2006
4. World Cup 2006 9/28/2006
5. It Goes Without Saying 10/4/2006
6. Inner Squeal 11/1/2006
7. It’s All In The Mind 11/11/2006
8. I See Your Face 5/7/2007
9. This Mask 5/16/2007
10. Cry Out Loud 5/17/2007
11. Memory 7/9/2007
12. Possessions 7/10/2007
13. Winter Time 7/11/2007
14. To Be Free 8/9/2007
15. Hope 9/27/2007
16. To Tell A Lie 1/22/2008
17. Another Chapter 6/22/2008
18. Hiya Mandy, 6/22/2008
19. Orange Juice Kiss 7/12/2008
20. Puckered Lips 2/3/2009
21. Demon Of Darkness 2/3/2009
22. Aubade 2/11/2009
23. Once Upon A Dream 2/26/2009
24. A Better Person 4/19/2009
25. Political Crook 5/28/2009
26. A Rather Public Servant 5/28/2009
27. The Alcoholic 6/24/2009
28. The Iron Lady 6/24/2009
29. Tortured Soul 6/24/2009
30. War Veteran 7/26/2009
31. Dreams Never Die 9/14/2009
32. A Tear In My Eye 3/8/2010
33. Breaking Heart 3/8/2010
34. Abandoning Hope 4/4/2010
35. The End 4/14/2010
36. A Fact Of Life 6/6/2010
37. Don’t Give Up 9/28/2006
38. Closer Than You Think 1/24/2007
39. Without This 2/2/2007
40. Looking Back 2/7/2007
Best Poem of Brian 'Peza' Perrins

Mother Earth

Confused in mind, bereft of soul
Through poppy fields I wonder, alone I stroll
Where’s the world that I used to know
Where’s the love and friendship life did bestow

Alone once again on God’s great land
Life’s passed through my hands like grains of sand
Is it too much to ask that I have someone to treasure
Someone to hold, to love and share pleasure

The feeling of emptiness, sadness and despair
Looking for solace, please answer my prayer
As I gaze on this land of greenery and flower
I understand the gift of nature and might of it’s power

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A Glorious Morn

I wake and rise to the morning dew
And it’s not unusual that I think of you

Another wondrous morning on God’s great land
Just one thing I miss, the touch of your hand

It’s bright and warm, a great time for birds to sing
Just a reminder of the comfort you used to bring

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