Meriki Raelene ParkinsonFraser


Meriki Raelene ParkinsonFraser Poems

1. Before I Say Goodbye 10/16/2007
2. Your Doll 10/16/2007
3. 2 Jamie 10/16/2007
4. Face Value 10/16/2007
5. This Lump 10/17/2007
6. 4 Jamie 10/17/2007
7. Sowing Seeds 10/21/2007
8. Gaelic Language 10/26/2007
9. A Spiritual Onslaught 10/26/2007
10. You Remembered My Birthday 10/29/2007
11. Don'T Be Rash...Ional 10/15/2007
12. A Song... To Baby Indiana, From Magic Tree 10/15/2007
13. Humbled 10/15/2007
14. My Christmas Solstice 12/24/2007
15. Sailing On 'Black Velvet' 12/31/2007
16. Couridjah 12/31/2007
17. Fantasy Able-Ation 12/31/2007
18. For Kylie 3/15/2008
19. Begins And Ends In 'Air'\'Ere'. 3/15/2008
20. Voice Or Your Eyes 10/15/2007
21. Cry You To Life 10/15/2007
22. Fool 10/15/2007
23. Spell... In Love 10/15/2007
24. My Beau 10/15/2007
25. Catch You 1/20/2008
26. Loathing Violence 10/16/2007
27. Eloping 10/16/2007
28. Recipe For Rainer 10/17/2007
29. All Hallows Eve 10/29/2007
30. Earth [acrostic] 10/17/2007
31. The Old Aussie Backyard Dunny 1/20/2008
32. Sorry Day Australia 13-2-2008 3/15/2008
33. A True Tale; The Day Mum Lost The Ute 10/15/2007
34. It Can'T Be True 10/15/2007
35. Critiqued 10/15/2007
36. Andy's Lexon 1/20/2008
37. Hecate Moon Goddess 10/16/2007
38. Are You Taking That House To Heaven! 10/29/2007
Best Poem of Meriki Raelene ParkinsonFraser

Are You Taking That House To Heaven!

Philosophize our very lives,
awestruck by our existence.
We humans spend countless time;

trying to identify,
why we live, why we die,
as we laugh, as we cry,
spirit reaching to enlight.

How the centuries have changed,
we lived to share, grow, exist.
Never judged by the money you made;

possessions and ego's way down the list,
so sad how many we have missed,
the very reason we subsist,
to grow and share relationships.

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Before I Say Goodbye

Slowly tears patter
onto your sweet face
memorize as blood stained
fingers longingly trace
an etching of you
amateur engraving
desperate attempt at saving
delicately dabbing at your sores
evidence of traveling through

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