Nicole Edwards

Rookie (5-25-1983 / Flint Michigan)

Nicole Edwards Poems

1. So They Say 10/8/2008
2. I Won’t Give In To My Fears 10/20/2008
3. Dad 10/22/2008
4. Different 10/22/2008
5. A Friend That Means More Than I Can Express 10/27/2008
6. Friends 10/27/2008
7. Real Love 10/28/2008
8. Tears Of Rain 11/8/2008
9. Mom 11/10/2008
10. What The Two Special People In My Life Mean To Me 11/11/2008
11. A Christmas Wish 11/3/2008
12. When It Storms 11/12/2008
13. Jesus Is Our Light 11/12/2008
14. The Phone That Rang That Day 11/14/2008
15. Words I Will Never Speak 11/16/2008
16. Can Anyone See? 11/16/2008
17. Draw Me Close To You Jesus 11/17/2008
18. Scattered Dreams 11/22/2008
19. Heart Broken 11/14/2008
20. Gram 11/25/2008
21. I Love You Because 11/25/2008
22. Why Don’t They See? 1/2/2009
23. You Hold Me Together When I Am Falling Apart 1/25/2009
24. Thank You Dad 1/29/2009
25. Worried At Night 1/30/2009
26. I Feel A Sense Of Emptiness 1/31/2009
27. Why Can'T I Do Any Thing Wright? 1/12/2010
28. Why Am I The Problem? 1/12/2010
29. Where Are You? 3/23/2011
30. I’m Sorry Dad 1/30/2009
31. If People Could Read My Mind 1/15/2009
32. How Can I Be Loved So Much By One Person? 11/28/2008
33. A Month From Today 12/23/2008
34. The Man Of My Dreams 11/12/2008
35. A Real Dad 10/27/2008
36. Hold Me Close 10/7/2008
37. A Real Sister 11/3/2008
38. A Different World 10/22/2008
39. People Who Take Advantage Of Me 11/12/2008
40. When I Am Around You 11/23/2008
Best Poem of Nicole Edwards

Memory

Memory

You walked in to my life,
But just like that,
You walked back out,
Still you will be a memory,
A memory that I have created in my mind,
Still you will be a memory,
A memory that will always be locked,
Away in my heart and my mind,
I will always have a memory of you in my heart,
And I will always carry that picture of you in my mind,
Still you will be a memory,

Written by Nicole Elizabeth Edwards
November 26th 2008

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Dad

Dad

I know it was hard on you,
Having a child with a disability,
You always had to care for me a child with a disability,
You should of not had to do that,
At times I think I am the one to blame,
For you and mom not getting a long,
But then I get told it was like this before I was born,

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