Biography of Oscar Robles
Oscar Robles is a 45 yr. old from Arizona.
He is a Single Father who enjoys reading and of course writing. He also enjoys sports, both playing and watching, the outdoors, music, cooking and spending time with his children.
'I believe anything that comes to a good mind should be written down and shared. Some may not like it and some may not be able to translate it but that is what Poetry and Music is about right? I hope you enjoy my writings and please comment if you'd like. And, always remember, Poetry does not always have to Rhyme, it is expressing one's imagination or experiences through rythmn, sound and meaning on paper.'
Mr. Robles wishes someday that his writings will find people all over the world and make an impact to whomever they find.
Oscar Robles Poems
Lift Me Up
Lift me up, take my worries Embed a smile on my face Give me strength and placidity Lift my soul to Your higher place
My Love Lost
I lost my Love today, The pain is unbearable. I was told I was terrible, So now she’s moving on.
It dissipates through the air Gently teasing your nose A fragrance so lovely Grabbing as it goes
George Jones said He Stopped loving Her today Johnny Cash sang Come on Get Rhythm, June Carter wrote Johnny Ring of Fire, Merle Haggard did his best in prison.
Why did it end again? How could we let this happen? When we knew the pain to be? The love that we had destroyed,
I’m going to build a mountain With every part of me The base will be strong and sturdy That of my ankles to my knees
Woman how your love was once a treasure So divine and true one could not measure The biggest Heart so ever giving Full of Passion resolute to living
Remember that time when we first met I do, I’ll never forget Remember that time one day at the park I do, we talked until dark
My B, that it may?
B, that it may What happened to us my love? Why did we fail? Why did it end this way?
A warm wind blowing lightly kicking up dust Leaves of a mesquite tree swaying with rhythm Stale water from a recent rain Masked with a gleaming sun’s prism
A dream inside of a dream A random thought that it may seem An image appeared in the back of your mind A face you know but cannot find
I was picking up the house one day, Trying to keep my mind off of things When I came across a beautiful note, From when you loved me and once wrote
A Soft Place to Fall
Tears of Joy and Tears of Pain When decided to come They fall like Rain No matter when or what time
Hey you, Little man in that little frame Fearless and tough Where’d you get that name? Hazel eyes that shine
Remember that time when we first met
I do, I’ll never forget
Remember that time one day at the park
I do, we talked until dark
Remember that time I saw you in your truck
I do, got your number, just my luck
Remember when you first came to my house
I do, we stared in silence quiet as a mouse
Remember the first time we kissed