C.J. Heck

Rookie - 137 Points (August 10 / Born in Columbus OH - living in Florida)

C.J. Heck Poems

1. Peace Be With You 6/20/2004
2. Stupid Tongues (Children) 10/20/2005
3. 'Partment (Children) 10/21/2005
4. Makin' Up Stuff (Children) 5/23/2005
5. Naps (Children) 6/3/2004
6. Glad (Children) 2/21/2005
7. The Return 6/17/2004
8. Understanding Miss Muffett (Children) 6/1/2004
9. The Quarter (Children) 3/11/2005
10. Visiting The Chippendales 12/13/2005
11. Thoughts During An Unsleep...(Adult) 3/15/2005
12. My Tooth (Children) 11/8/2005
13. Bubbles Of Trouble (Children) 4/15/2004
14. Little Sister's Word (Children) 6/1/2004
15. Grampa's House (Children) 6/7/2004
16. Breathless 6/19/2004
17. Bed Pages (Children) 10/26/2005
18. Little Boy's View On Kissing (Children) 6/1/2004
19. In Search Of Sleep 6/18/2004
20. Love At First Sight 6/21/2004
21. If I Told You Through My Mind 6/18/2004
22. On Writing Poetry 6/11/2004
23. No Wasted Heartbeats 2/7/2005
24. Little Boy's Wish (Children) 6/3/2004
25. The Burning Letter 6/19/2004
26. It's All In A Song 6/11/2004
27. The Adonis 6/13/2004
28. The Changeling 6/13/2004
29. Taps For My Soldier 9/24/2004
30. Waiting For A Greyhound 6/15/2004
31. Wrinkles And Grey Hair (Children) 6/1/2004
32. I Can Think Of You Now Without Tears 6/23/2004
33. Barfly: Woman In A Bar 12/5/2005
34. Barking Spiders In Church (Children) 4/15/2004
35. Bats (Children) 6/1/2004
36. Stinkers And Gems 5/4/2005
37. The Price Of His Toys 6/14/2004
38. Unopened Letter 6/15/2004
39. What To Do About You 6/13/2004
40. We Need To Get Away 2/7/2005
Best Poem of C.J. Heck

Night-Night (Children)

Night-night moon
Night-night stars
Night-night noisy
trucks and cars.

Night-night sand box
Night-night toys
Night-night other
girls and boys.

Night-night mom
Night-night dad
Night-night Boogie Man
who's not bad.

It's time to go to sleep now,
most all my night nights said.
Night-night blankie
Night-night bed.

Read the full of Night-Night (Children)

Peace Be With You

The man was seated in a pew,
sandwiched between
his wife and children,

head bowed,
all piety and innocence
on his face
mouthing the words
to the preacher's prayer.

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