Whitney Albright

Rookie - 49 Points (07-31-1988 / Alabama)

Whitney Albright Poems

1. ...To Be Loved... 3/13/2009
2. A Halo Of Flowers 2/26/2009
3. A Letter From Heaven (For Wes) 6/13/2013
4. A Love Scale 3/11/2009
5. A Lucky Frog 11/15/2008
6. A Splitter Splatter 11/21/2008
7. Abortion 8/31/2008
8. 'An Ocean In Those Eyes Of Yours' 12/30/2008
9. 'Baby Dreams' 12/15/2008
10. 'Back Into The Trees' 9/24/2008
11. 'Because I Know You're There' 9/27/2008
12. 'Bee Charmer' 9/16/2008
13. Being Me 8/29/2008
14. Breaking The Sun 2/27/2009
15. 'Broken Mirror' 9/19/2008
16. 'Cadenced Beats Of This Creek' 9/26/2008
17. Christ On Easter 3/27/2009
18. Cotton Candy Clouds 2/11/2009
19. 'Dance In The Wind' 11/24/2008
20. Dandelion Seeds 7/20/2009
21. Days Of April 4/5/2010
22. Dreamcatcher 4/9/2009
23. 'Footprints In Our Soul' 10/4/2008
24. 'For Our Children' 2/4/2016
25. 'Four-Wheeler' 11/7/2008
26. God's Greatest Creation 8/18/2009
27. Grandfather's Clock 8/3/2009
28. Granny's Cookin' 5/16/2009
29. Halls Red & White 9/22/2009
30. 'Hour Glass' 10/3/2008
31. Hydrangea Trees 2/4/2010
32. 'I Give My Heart' 8/29/2008
33. I'Ll Give You A Flower, Mother 7/17/2009
34. I'Ll Show You Love In This World 10/3/2008
35. 'Illegal Immigration' 1/26/2009
36. 'Jesus' Feet' 12/16/2008
37. 'Like Noah And Allie' 8/31/2008
38. Lion Before The Storm 5/10/2009
39. Love From A Distance 5/27/2009
40. Melodious Song 3/15/2009
Best Poem of Whitney Albright

'Illegal Immigration'

A Honduran man left his kids and wife
To give them all a better life
Of no more hunger, no more thirst
No more waiting on misery to spread worse
On an 18 wheeler, he sneaks a ride
For days on in he hopes and hides
Riding through America, land of the free
Turned out nothing like it seemed to be
For when he ran off after the truck stopped today
He found himself as a hopeless stray
He can’t get a job since he has an illegal name
And he won’t accept food since he’s so ashamed
The government, they won’t take him back
They say it’s too much money for them to ...

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'Oh, Heart'

(Age 8)

Oh heart, oh heart, why must you beat?
Oh heart, oh heart, why must you weap?
Oh heart, oh heart, why must you hide?
Oh heart, oh heart, what lies inside?
Oh heart, oh heart, why must you cry?
Oh heart, oh heart, why do you despise?
Oh heart, oh heart, why are you weak?

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