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Heather Schroer Poems
One Lonely Tree
One lonely tree Standing In one lonely field
I Adore You
heart on fire craving wanting needing you
Your adrenaline pushed past your limit. Bursting out of control- Sick to your stomache, the puke chunks lodged in your throat-
Three Cute Tiny Angry Ants
Three cute tiny angry ants All who lived in tiny Paris, France; They got hungry one day Went to the barn for hay,
Hide My Tears
Hide my tears no one would understand how much I love you.
Happy Little Blue Bird
Sharing Caring Wonderful Friend
If I Had A Penny
If I had a penny for every tear I cried for you, I would buy a bucket
The More I Love
The more I love - the more hurt I get. The more I see him -
Let's All Get Along
Why all the hating? Why all the fighting? Can't we all be friends?
I am a prisoner, in my own home. I was born in a world of hate, someone else's throne. Someone else is in charge of my life.
A Quarter After
I'm sitting here, after dark A quarter till my life ends. I just found out He doesn't love me anymore.
I Wanna Be With You
I wanna be with you To feel your needs And comfort your fears.
The Perfect One
He is... The Perfect One. His arms
Comments about Heather Schroer
(4 April 1928 - 28 May 2014)
(March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963)
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One Lonely Tree
One lonely tree
In one lonely field
One lonely field
In one lonely city
One lonely city
In one lonely state
One lonely state
In one lonely nation
One lonely nation
One lonely person