Charles Hice

Rookie (May 13 2004 / Heaven)

Charles Hice Poems

81. April 1 2013 Npm Poetry 4/2/2013
82. April 1 Is One 3/15/2014
83. April 16 Sunday 2014 National Poetry Month 4/16/2014
84. April 21 2014 Npm Poem 21 4/21/2014
85. April Ate 4/9/2012
86. April Ate Mhy Shorts April 8 2013 Npm 4/9/2013
87. April Fith Planet Of The Ape 4/9/2013
88. April Four Solyant Green 4/3/2012
89. April Monday Is Nine 4/9/2012
90. April Seven Poetry 4/5/2012
91. April Seventh Npm Poetry 4/9/2013
92. April Three Poetry Npm Charlax 4/3/2015
93. April Two For Npm 4/1/2012
94. April Whay Am Eye On Facebook Five 4/5/2012
95. Aprilthirdnpm 4/3/2013
96. 'Armourofgod' 2/26/2009
97. Atomicpowderedthing 1/19/2009
98. Backword Thinking(Water) 6/22/2006
99. Barracade 2/16/2014
100. Be My Valentine 4/11/2006
101. Bear Dog For Christmas 1/29/2007
102. Bellvoices 3/30/2009
103. Beloved...You'Re So Far... 1/15/2007
104. Betty Crackers 10/30/2012
105. Between The Rain Drops 10/19/2007
106. Black Hat White Head Band 7/20/2014
107. Bloodofjesus 1/23/2010
108. Bomb Squat 4/20/2013
109. Boning Alone 4/11/2006
110. Borne 8/23/2006
111. Bothersomejays 6/4/2009
112. Brave Cleveland Indian 8/23/2014
113. Bum 8/6/2012
114. Burroughsschoolhigh Coup 4/16/2009
115. Bus Sun Tran 6/22/2006
116. Button Off 6/13/2014
117. Can Eye Christian? 10/2/2007
118. Canonical King 11/19/2012
119. Canonical Too 11/20/2012
120. Cell Phone Usage 2/8/2012
Best Poem of Charles Hice

My Brother

My Brother
as you are
I am half-dead
Blind in one eye I can`t see out of the other
I must not hate my brother
but how can i love you
as you are
beating me on my face
leaving no trace of love
as you erase me
as you are
smiling death heads grin
enjoying your power
life over life
life over death
leather gloves tatooeing
hurting
beating
gloating
enjoying.......these words
should never be linked to fighting
what a monster
MY BROTHER

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Footprints Of A Dove

Footprints of a dove.
The prints are still there forever in my mind

The sprinklers overflow and water
still remains
enough to wet the sand to
mud the land around a
small section of
landscaping.

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