Tess Connor

Rookie (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 Withdrawn 3/12/2010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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Yo-Yo

I feel like I am soaring, like an eagle in the sky
Everything’s going so great; I’m stuck on a permanent high
Everything which once had me down, so far down past return
Has disappeared into the darkness, locked up in an earn
I feel I’m on top of the world, screaming as loud as I can
Then someone comes and tackles me and I’m back to where I began
The deadly symptoms of fear, weighting down my every thought
Pushing me off that pier, re-fighting the fights I’ve fought
The tough batt

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