Joshua Hillard

Freshman - 529 Points (February 19,1992 / Saginaw, MI)

Joshua Hillard Poems

1. I Promise 3/11/2011
2. Judgmental Change 3/11/2011
3. Karma 3/11/2011
4. My Calling 3/11/2011
5. My Dark Storms 3/11/2011
6. A Breaking Question 3/11/2011
7. Audience 3/11/2011
8. Soldier 3/11/2011
9. Devil's Soul 3/19/2011
10. Journey 3/19/2011
11. My Questions P.2 3/19/2011
12. You'll Never Know 3/19/2011
13. My Farewell 3/19/2011
14. Sinful Fall (Flash Fiction) 3/19/2011
15. Poached Poacher (Flash Fiction) 3/19/2011
16. Three Words To Life 3/11/2011
17. Time In Life 3/11/2011
18. Suicidal Walk 3/25/2011
19. World War Ii 3/30/2011
20. Stars In The Sky 3/30/2011
21. Nature's April Fools 3/30/2011
22. Summer Day 3/30/2011
23. Anomalistic Life 4/2/2011
24. I'll Never Forget 4/4/2011
25. When You're Gone 7/12/2011
26. Painful Life 7/12/2011
27. My Cheers 12/8/2011
28. Nightmares 1/11/2012
29. Family's Emotion 4/17/2012
30. Brittle Life 4/17/2012
31. Painful Dream 8/3/2013
32. One Dream 8/3/2013
33. The Past 2/27/2014
34. Collateral Damage 2/27/2014
35. Chaos 3/13/2014
36. My Feelings For You 3/19/2014
37. Send Me 4/10/2014
38. Heaven She Stands 5/19/2014
39. Time Within 5/30/2014
40. A Dying Cell 6/18/2014
Best Poem of Joshua Hillard

Forever My Heart

When I sit here only to think,
I can feel only one thing come to my mind,
It’s the words that I speak when I say I love you,
It’s my heart knowing that you are one of a kind,

My breath is always taken from me,
But it’s a feeling that I absolutely adore,
Every single second that I am able to look at you,
I can’t help but gain more and more,

We’ve had so much together in our lives,
But now it’s time to truly show its depth,
I want to spend the rest of my life with you,
I want to die with you on my left,

I want to spend this eternity ...

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Choices

We must make a choice by daily,
Whether it may be good or bad,
To make and take the lies we break,
To the life we want to the life we have,

There's no end to our possibilities,
With numbers coming off the rector scale,
Earthquakes and mass quantities of guilt we suffer,
Yet we run out of air to inhale,

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