Sharron Stephenson


Sharron Stephenson Poems

1. The Postive Independence 7/4/2011
2. The Whipers Of The Ocean Buddies 7/5/2011
3. The Arrows Of Love 7/5/2011
4. Beautiful And Chained 7/5/2011
5. Sleep Of Fire 7/5/2011
6. Knight Of The Shipweck 7/5/2011
7. From Sorrow To A Swan 7/5/2011
8. The Pain Switch 7/10/2011
9. A Specail Friend 7/12/2011
10. A Dream Concert 7/12/2011
11. A Hug 6/15/2011
12. A Weak Robort 6/18/2011
13. Angels And Lies 6/22/2011
14. A Sparkle Of Disarray 6/27/2011
15. A Sugar Rush 7/9/2011
16. From A Friend To A Lover 7/9/2011
17. Take The 7/15/2011
18. The Love For Yesterday 7/8/2011
19. Staff And Friends 7/6/2011
20. Peace For Tomorrow 7/6/2011
21. The Deepest Journey 7/6/2011
22. An Arrow Of Hope And Desire 7/23/2011
23. A Sliver Memory 7/24/2011
24. The Perfect Angel 7/25/2011
25. The Mountain Chest 7/25/2011
26. The Ocean Soul 7/25/2011
27. The Stillness And Shadows 7/4/2011
28. Heroin And Advice 7/4/2011
29. The Eyes Of Friends 7/3/2011
30. Blood And Colour 7/3/2011
31. The Eye Of The Golden Touch 7/3/2011
32. Thruth And Harps 7/3/2011
33. An Equal Kindness 7/27/2011
34. The Dignity So Strong 7/27/2011
35. The Rustling Heart 7/3/2011
36. Worthlessness To Beauty 7/27/2011
37. The Child Of The Wind 7/28/2011
38. The Heart Of Nature 7/28/2011
39. True (The Maze Of Chains) Feelings 7/29/2011
40. Listen With People 7/29/2011
Best Poem of Sharron Stephenson

From Childhood To Adulthood

the first smile from a,
newborn,
the look of love in their eye,
the touch of the hand to the,
fingertip,
the sweet smell of the new birth,
which should be protceted,
from evil and sin,
a child who is hurt from a family,
member or a stranger,
could grow into a adult with fears,
and the lack of trust,
they may not be able to foam,
friendships or find their soul mate

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Angels And Lies

To let your heart run free,
take a look at what is around,
search your mind and soul,
fake or true a smile can brighter,
any day,
friends, strangers or family can say a lie,
truth of the matter is what you believe,
past present or the future makes you,
who you are,

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