Kathleen J. Shields

Rookie (03-05-77 / Houston, TX)

Kathleen J. Shields Poems

1. A Christmas Poem That Turned Out To Be A Message (For Our Troops) 11/4/2006
2. Alone 3/30/2007
3. Alone - Fatal Glory 12/4/2006
4. Alone In Love - His Passing 12/4/2006
5. Angels Are Mothers 11/4/2006
6. Creation Is Key 3/30/2007
7. Devotional - Giving 2/4/2010
8. Fear Of Birthday 10/17/2007
9. For You Mom 5/4/2009
10. Friendship Traffic Jam 9/22/2009
11. Getting Screwed 12/7/2006
12. Girls Shopping Birthday Wish 6/13/2008
13. Grandpas Birthday Is Flag Day 6/13/2008
14. I Am So Sorry 12/7/2006
15. I Miss You Friend 9/22/2009
16. I Miss You Mom 5/4/2009
17. It's Been Six Months 1/22/2009
18. Ode To Texans - The People The Devil Left Behind 8/23/2011
19. Our Condolences 11/3/2006
20. Peety Died - Too Late For Love 9/26/2009
21. Prayer Bear 2/4/2010
22. She Was A Complicated Woman 1/22/2009
23. The Alcoholic 9/21/2009
24. The Job 3/30/2007
25. The Water Of Life 12/4/2006
26. You Are Missed 11/3/2006
27. You Are My Inspiration 12/7/2006
28. You Lost Your Mother 5/5/2009
29. Your Fishing Pole 10/17/2007
Best Poem of Kathleen J. Shields

Angels Are Mothers

There are Angels God puts on this Earth
Who care for us and guide us.
You can feel their love and gentleness
as they walk through life beside us.

They do great things for us every day
they whisper in our ears,
they even hold us in their hearts
when we are filled with all our fears.

They are always there to give a hug
and try to make us smile.
They treat us with respect and love,
they treat us like their child.

God blessed me with an Angel,
I’m proud to call my own.
She’s been with me throughout my
life, been with me as I’ve ...

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Getting Screwed

It never ceases to amaze me how horrible people can be
That with very little effort they can hurt with such degree
It’s like they never even consider what their actions seem to do
And that in the end they just don’t give a care ‘bout who they screw!

They don’t care to pay their bills when you’ve done the job complete
And when you ask them now to pay you, they tell you “hit the street”
You do the work and deliver on a timely manner plus
You’ve done the job to the best you can all to ter

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