Kaila George

Rookie - 740 Points (20 October 1962 / New Zealand)

Kaila George Poems

1. Can He Really See What I See 11/15/2011
2. I Sit Back And Think 10/4/2011
3. Live In Peace And Harmony 7/10/2012
4. Growing Pains 9/27/2011
5. Last Goodbyes 8/6/2013
6. The Storyteller 7/28/2012
7. Betrayal 5/23/2012
8. Mind Set 3/30/2014
9. Your The Apple Of My Eye 8/23/2012
10. A Better World Of Dreams 11/29/2012
11. Human Nature 9/28/2011
12. Children Are Our Future 10/3/2012
13. Tapestry Of Life 6/27/2012
14. The Mother Figure 10/18/2011
15. A Poet In The Making 7/5/2012
16. Gods Given Us A Gift 11/29/2012
17. A Warriors Song Of Remembrance. 9/16/2014
18. Hard Work 7/4/2012
19. Whom Inspires Me The Most 7/23/2012
20. Indigenous And Free 3/30/2014
21. The Beauty Within 2/21/2014
22. You Know Whats Sad 7/3/2012
23. Melting Pot Of Ethnicity 3/30/2014
24. He Rocks To The Beat 7/11/2012
25. Revealing My Soul 9/29/2011
26. Natures Delight's 9/11/2014
27. She Said Yes 1/18/2015
28. Living The Dream 4/5/2013
29. A Ghost Of A Memory 1/22/2013
30. A Mothers Bliss 7/24/2012
31. Life Is Unpredictable 8/4/2012
32. Indigenous People 6/13/2012
33. Never Ending Love (A Parents Love) 2/14/2013
34. Mum Do Rabbits Lay Easter Eggs....For Easter 4/5/2013
35. Laughter's Infectious 6/20/2012
36. Colours 7/1/2012
37. Poets Of The World 7/5/2012
38. The Beauty In Nature 6/13/2012
39. Memorys Of The Past 6/10/2012
40. The Stage Of Life 4/11/2013
Best Poem of Kaila George

Can He Really See What I See

The night sky shone of glittering stars
as she gazed upon the splendor
and wondered does my true love
See the same stars I see
can he feel the same breeze
That caresses my cheeks
As I stare into the sunsets of old
Does he see how the stars
Are arranged in the sky
For star gazers to depict
What they believe is there
in the night filled skies
Does he feel the sand?
as he visits a beach
a lake that shines and glitters in the sun
Can he hear the birds that sing to thee
Sweet songs of melodies
I reach out to him
and hold him close
But ...

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Just Let Go

I knew of torment once
so long ago, was that me back then
suffering in pain, I was forced to do things
I could never remember
I was forced to be someone
outside of my own
I don’t like to say
or remember back then
how it hurt me to even just breath

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