Travis Johnson

Rookie - 26 Points (06 Sept 86 / Evansville, IN)

Travis Johnson Poems

1. Then And Now 2/9/2009
2. Please Tell Me 2/9/2009
3. Bout Me 2/15/2009
4. I'M So... 2/15/2009
5. So Why Do I Stay? 2/16/2009
6. What I Like About You 2/20/2009
7. The Warm Up 3/11/2009
8. Thanks For The Help 3/29/2009
9. Life Story Pt.1 2/26/2009
10. She (My Angel) 3/29/2009
11. Freed From Words 5/30/2009
12. Tough Guy? 6/7/2009
13. Poet Of The Year 6/13/2009
14. I'M Sorry Pt.2 6/15/2009
15. Can You Help Me? 6/26/2009
16. For My Dawg 7/1/2009
17. The Letter 7/5/2009
18. My Secret Place 8/5/2009
19. Sad Feelins 8/8/2009
20. Not Safe (Writen Freestyle) 8/9/2009
21. Okay Okay 8/14/2009
22. Guess Who's Back 8/24/2009
23. Go To Sleep (Sweet Dreams) 7/4/2009
24. Stuck On You 8/24/2009
25. True Love (The Beginnin) 9/7/2009
26. Reflection 1/3/2010
27. Because Of You 1/3/2010
28. Lonely 1/3/2010
29. Jump Around 1/3/2010
30. Ejection 1/3/2010
31. What I Came To Do 1/3/2010
32. Stressed 1/26/2010
33. This Man 1/26/2010
34. Just A Dream 11/23/2010
35. Real Talk 2/18/2011
36. Letter To A Friend 7/22/2011
37. Letter From A Friend 8/27/2011
38. Untitled 10/14/2011
39. Love Lost 5/9/2012
40. Hard Tymes 12/12/2012
Best Poem of Travis Johnson

Sweet Talk

There are many things about you
So I gotta make this smooth
And you’re the type of girl
That knows what to do
I mean every single second
That we are together
It’s like bein outside
In the perfected weather
Your real fine body
Is the shape of a bottle
You got a mind of a queen
And a face of a model
If I could hear your heart
I wouldn’t turn away
There’s things I wanna do to you
But I jus can’t say….
All day I can listen
To the way you talk
Girl you turn me on
Jus by the way you walk
Come over here baby
And be my girl
Let me ...

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Then And Now

Back then I was a boy
But now I’m a man
All I put my girl through
If she told me I still wouldn’t understand
How she feels
I act like it’s not my concern
Even though when I look at her
On her face I can still see all the hurt
I walked on our vales

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