Delilah Miller

Rookie (San Diego)

Delilah Miller Poems

1. Things I Could Have Forgiven 12/10/2006
2. To Every Walking Girl. 12/22/2006
3. Ode To The Unique In Everyone 12/26/2006
4. Lost Can Mend? 12/26/2006
5. Passion Is Easy. 1/6/2007
6. Time-Framed 1/9/2007
7. Love Of 2 Novas 2/12/2007
8. Immaturity Keeps You From Me 2/13/2007
9. I Let Me Get In Your Way 4/1/2007
10. Goodnight You 4/23/2007
11. Feels As Real As It Should 5/2/2007
12. Unimpressive Poets 5/26/2007
13. Decided To Be A Poet 5/26/2007
14. Independence Is Weightless 5/29/2007
15. Thoughts On Humanity 7/17/2007
16. Ones That Use You 7/21/2007
17. Tell It To Me 3/15/2007
18. Life Is The Longest 7/28/2007
19. I Woke Up In Your Doorway 9/3/2007
20. Fishing 9/6/2007
21. So Far 11/15/2007
22. Creative Writing: I Am Poem 11/18/2007
23. Black Cherry,121a 12/1/2007
24. Boy Who Stole My Heart 12/1/2007
25. Grande Amor 9/30/2007
26. Kiss The Mirror 1/28/2008
27. Valentine's Day 2/14/2008
28. I'Ll Allow It 3/1/2008
29. Be Teased 3/1/2008
30. My Sisters And Me 3/28/2008
31. Everybody, There's One Symbol 4/14/2008
32. Black Licorice 4/26/2008
33. He Lets Me Call Him Jim 4/29/2008
34. Happy Enough To Never Write Again 5/4/2008
35. My White Skirt 5/9/2008
36. Group Subconscious 5/10/2008
37. 'Moods Erase Me' 5/10/2008
38. Please, Don'T Call Me An Artist 5/27/2008
39. Crossing With My Eyes Closed 5/20/2008
40. Are You Itching? 6/9/2008
Best Poem of Delilah Miller

Sky-Minded

Blue sky,
blue sky.

Looking at you, wishing the day by.

Blue sky,
purple sky.

Storm coming in, here it is, there's the eye.

Blue sky,
grey sky.

The earth is wailing, the thunder yells, and the clouds cry.

Blue sky,
grey sky,
black sky.

Tore away at the moon, swallowed stars, listened to the sun die.

Black sky
Green sky
Orange sky
Red sky
Pink and yellow and mean sky.

Come on and roll in; it's only in my mind.

Read the full of Sky-Minded

To Every Walking Girl.

Oh, the lies you spew!
The rhymes you pen,
promises made,
bank loans, and wedding rings, and I.O.Us…
All duplicities that soon fade.

Silver-tongued and shimmering,
in sunlight gold and green,
you slice my chest,

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