Penny L. Poore

Rookie (3/12/1970)

Penny L. Poore Poems

1. Quickie (Adult) 1/30/2008
2. Writer’s Block 1/30/2008
3. The One Thing You Can’t Control 2/1/2008
4. When My Thoughts Run Astray 2/1/2008
5. me 2/1/2008
6. About Me 2/1/2008
7. Mr. Moore 2/4/2008
8. This Magical Spell 1/23/2008
9. As Of Today 1/23/2008
10. Where We Come From....[reborn 1/23/2008
11. You Should Have Known 1/30/2008
12. Fell From Grace 2/15/2008
13. Join Us 3/3/2008
14. Her Safe Place 3/6/2008
15. I’m Still Imprisoned (Acrostic) 3/22/2008
16. A Chance Swim 1/19/2008
17. Summer Of A Thousand Dreams (Adult) 1/19/2008
18. For The Man I Love 2/11/2008
19. Sand Castle 1/30/2008
Best Poem of Penny L. Poore

Sand Castle

There was a castle in the sand
The children built loveingly by hand
Buckets and shovels they used with pride
Sunny was the afternoon low was the tide
The children worked all day long
As one by one they were called away to go home
Many passers by admired their painstaking work
The details were of quality with sandy dirt
Remarks were made of how well they’d worked together
As the tide rolled in washing away their sand castle forever

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You Should Have Known

You should have known he wasn’t yours
All he shared with you was words
Dreamy fantasies yes that’s true
Yet here he is with me so goodbye was said to you
I stood back silent giving him some room
He mistook it as coldness and let the darkness consume
In his heart is where you wish you could live
Sorry to tell you but a moment of weakness doesn’t mean move in
I feel no hate nor bitterness yes I am still a bit numb

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