Alexzia Ferdinand


Alexzia Ferdinand Poems

1. With Silence 11/7/2006
2. Past Tense 11/7/2006
3. Ensnared 11/7/2006
4. Sonnet-Look For Me 11/8/2006
5. Switch Off The Sun 11/13/2006
6. Bypassed Fortune 11/13/2006
7. Traveler-You Chose This 11/13/2006
8. Old To Young 11/21/2006
9. In Passing 12/6/2006
10. Weighed And Measured 12/23/2006
11. It's A Prisonish Thing 12/26/2006
12. Relieving Atlas Of The World 12/31/2006
13. Farewell, Mr. Writer's Block 1/13/2007
14. Green Means Go 6/4/2007
15. Meanwhile, We Drift 6/15/2007
16. Feedback, If I May 6/15/2007
17. Naught But A Drawn Out Farewell 8/17/2007
18. Guide For Leaving 8/17/2007
19. And Truly 8/23/2007
20. Mostly Thorns 9/8/2007
21. Give, You Take 1/29/2008
22. One Of Those Rare Bird People 1/29/2008
23. Cheap 2/5/2008
24. But Mostly In The Wrong Direction 2/5/2008
25. I Thought Of You When I Looked At The Stars Last Night 10/2/2008
26. Gamble 10/2/2008
27. Heartstrike 10/2/2008
28. Commitment+you, Does Not Equate 10/2/2008
29. Biggest Intentions 11/28/2008
30. Well 11/28/2008
31. Inpromptu Ending 11/28/2008
32. Damage Done 11/28/2008
33. The Fall 11/28/2008
34. Biting Winter 12/30/2008
35. Midnight On The Road 12/30/2008
36. Wandersong 12/30/2008
37. Recyclable 1/16/2009
38. Feelingflow 6/4/2009
39. Intersection 8/8/2009
40. New Perfume 8/8/2009
Best Poem of Alexzia Ferdinand

Don'T Follow Me, Moon

don't follow me moon
me, i'm going down a dark path
and you, you're just shedding
extra light

just stay frozen in the car
window, like a shifting picture frame
disappear in reverse
don't bet on playing catch-up

don't follow me moon
me, i'm headed the wrong way
and you, you've got a contract
with the world

just keep your distance
you and the man
always coming and going,
wasting, waxing and waning mr. moon

don't follow me moon
me, i'm travelling many miles
and you, you've got a strictly limited
time frame.

learned...

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Past Tense

I held your hand
And kissed your lips
Remembering a time
Like this

When the hand I held
Was something dear
And love was not a thing
To fear

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