Biography of Jennifer Cramer
Jennifer started writing poems at the age of 15. She grew up in a family of four. Her parents are Steven and Patti Cramer and her only sibling is Kristin. She graduated from Crestview High School in 2011. She is currently studying physical therapy. She plans to write in her free time because poems are just a hobby.
Jennifer Cramer Poems
A girl Lonely and forgotten Perhaps Never known
I want to be free. Free, free as a bird, That sings in that tree.
How Love Changes Your Life
You know that feeling When you're all alone And every one Makes you feel like you're on your own
All the nights I cried till my parents wake, And all the tiny baby steps I take. All the wrong decisions and parties I had, The family I want, children to make me glad.
Let It Come Down
Tears Like Rain Spattering down my face
My Wilted Flower
Your waking dreams I hear your screams Of the hour My wilted flower
Build It Up, Break It Down
Go from nothing No family No mother No support
Behind The Mask
She speaks of happiness, Laughs of joy, Smiles of love, Has eyes of pain,
A Helpless Soul
A silent tear A cry you cannot hear A helpless soul
Is It Worth It? #2
Alone and afraid Misunderstood Forgotten and terrified Lied to and confused
Death Of A Life
She was a free spirit, One with herself. Took life as it was handed to her, Never really complained.
I took your heart And saw you break down I saw you got it fixed
You went up the hill Then came down You went out without a sound
You may have been here And gone But our memory Will live on
All the nights I cried till my parents wake,
And all the tiny baby steps I take.
All the wrong decisions and parties I had,
The family I want, children to make me glad.
The old persons musty odorous smell,
That is right before I rot in my hell.
Of the people that come to say goodbye,
I fear, will not go to the grave to cry.
And when you ask me where my family went,