Tess Connor

Rookie - 0 Points (30/10/1992 / Mt Gambier)

Tess Connor Poems

1. Death 1/18/2010
2. Yo-Yo 1/18/2010
3. My Last Venture 1/18/2010
4. Hate 1/18/2010
5. The Anorexic Mind 1/18/2010
6. Pits Of Mental Illness 1/18/2010
7. Eating From Satins Hand 1/18/2010
8. Daddy Part One 1/18/2010
9. Portrayed Love 1/18/2010
10. Regret 3/12/2010
11. Worth His Weight In Gold 3/12/2010
12. Death Debut 3/12/2010
13. Masked Life 3/12/2010
14. Deathbed 3/12/2010
15. Blood Stained 3/12/2010
16. No God 3/12/2010
17. Back Off 3/12/2010
18. Strength To Kill 3/12/2010
19. Death's Door 3/12/2010
20. End Draws Nigh 3/12/2010
21. Decaying Life 3/12/2010
22. Choking Death 3/12/2010
23. Guide To Suicide 3/12/2010
24. I'M Sorry, My Friend 3/12/2010
25. Robin, I'M Sorry 3/12/2010
26. Serene, Forever Stillness 3/12/2010
27. One Easy Move 3/12/2010
28. I Am A Lonely Girl 3/12/2010
29. Electric Feel 3/12/2010
30. One Big Lie 3/12/2010
31. Xoxo 3/12/2010
32. Kisses Goodbye 9/19/2011
33. Oxymoron 1/18/2010
34. Withdrawn 3/12/2010
35. English Assignment- Bloody Idiot 1/18/2010
36. The Dreaded End 1/18/2010
37. Gift For One 1/18/2010
38. Regretted Regrets 1/18/2010
39. Lying Apology 3/12/2010
40. Fear 1/18/2010
Best Poem of Tess Connor

Loneliness

A lonely flower in a field
A lonely child does not yield
A lonely star in the night sky
A lonely man gives up to die
A lonely car in a lonely street
A lonely girl admits defeat
The loneliness affects us all
A gutless fight, a pitless fall
A lonely time in my daily routine
Sets the tone; a deserted scene
A lonely cow under a lonely tree
A lonely soldier, this is me

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Death

Death is my safety net, the word I pull outta my heart
If something gets too confusing, too harsh, too cold, too apart
Death is the centre of revolution around which we all fit
Death is the last encounter of the flame we all have lit
My death will be amazing, the one thing beyond my control
The thing which I will learn from, the one thing over all
The one moment in my life where most riddles will be solved
The last moment of warmth in my heart followed by an eternity of cold
Death to me

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