Tiffany Rose Moczydlowski

Rookie - 1 Points (November 28,1996 / Springfield, MA)

Tiffany Rose Moczydlowski Poems

1. Where I'M From 1/8/2011
2. Facade 1/8/2011
3. Escapes 6/24/2011
4. Frozen In Paradise (Song) 6/24/2011
5. Wishes 7/17/2011
6. Confusion 9/12/2011
7. My Real Home 9/12/2011
8. Unreliable 9/22/2011
9. Risks 9/9/2011
10. Shunned Into Silence 10/7/2011
11. Shadows Of Angels 12/16/2011
12. Musical Life 12/16/2011
13. Unsure 12/16/2011
14. Memories 2/2/2012
15. Restricted 3/4/2012
16. Awaiting 3/4/2012
17. Safe 3/4/2012
18. Hopes 3/4/2012
19. Transformations 2/2/2012
20. Injuring Innocents 3/21/2012
21. Madness 3/29/2012
22. Unreliable (Song Version) 4/9/2012
23. Ensnared 8/30/2012
24. Rejuvenation 3/12/2013
25. Unconscious Conundrum 3/12/2013
26. Destruction 3/12/2013
27. Unobservant 3/18/2013
28. Four-Leaf 3/19/2013
29. Secrets Stained Sepia 3/30/2013
30. Distorted Nocturnal Ballet 4/29/2013
31. To Covet 5/9/2013
32. Broken Wings Of A Blackbird 5/20/2013
33. Unsent Confession 5/27/2013
34. My Temptress, My Destruction 6/6/2013
35. Omniscent 6/6/2013
36. Painful Joy 6/9/2013
37. Falter 6/14/2013
38. Soliloquy 6/22/2013
39. A Dusty Stone's Falsehood 6/22/2013
40. Vampire's Venom 6/22/2013
Best Poem of Tiffany Rose Moczydlowski

Falling Dreams

A shattered glass like silence now pervades
The secret space; she keeps her dreams concealed.
Uneasy once, the stars now quell and aid
Her doubt. A gaze upon the sky revealed
A hope. The glinting in the sky composed
Of burning light sometimes becomes less strong.
Deserted stars die hardly now, disposed
Of hope at home, never moving along.
Most jewels of night aflame within their bed
Reside up high almost eternally,
And stay so strong when faced with dark ahead,
Serene and bright for all the world to see.
She can't let dreams of hers be painful scars; ...

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The Great Beginning

A drink is taken from the glass
She falls down on the floor
A tear falls down her face
''Why did I do this? ''

The poison bottle lays down next to her
She closes her eyes
Never to open them again
She wishes she could change this now

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