Alfred Ramos

Rookie (3-2-1945 / California)

Alfred Ramos Poems

81. Maribel 2/25/2008
82. In The Blink Of An Eye Part Iii 3/1/2008
83. If I Only Knew 3/1/2008
84. Kiss Me Softly 3/1/2008
85. Love Is A Capricious Lady 3/3/2008
86. Love Is A Mystery To Me 3/3/2008
87. Love On The Rocks 3/8/2008
88. The River 3/8/2008
89. Eden's Back Door 2/29/2008
90. Momma Said 2/29/2008
91. The Egotist, Me 3/1/2008
92. The Scam 3/12/2008
93. Night To Remember 3/21/2008
94. Holding On Too Long 3/28/2008
95. After You 4/2/2008
96. In The Blink Of An Eye Part Iv 4/4/2008
97. Broken Dreams 4/4/2008
98. Stronger Than Me 4/18/2008
99. I, The Runner 4/18/2008
100. Something In Me 4/20/2008
101. Ode To Norah Jones 4/20/2008
102. Lethal Kiss 4/20/2008
103. The Pill 4/20/2008
104. You Threw It All Away 4/21/2008
105. Second Chance 4/24/2008
106. Slip Into The Night 4/25/2008
107. This Misery 4/25/2008
108. Helena 5/3/2008
109. Final Embrace 5/10/2008
110. Journey To Heaven 5/11/2008
111. The Proposal 5/11/2008
112. Don'T 5/12/2008
113. If You Ever 5/12/2008
114. Don'T Tell Me 5/12/2008
115. Three Wishes 5/12/2008
116. Word Appetite 2/29/2008
117. Toss Of The Dice 2/29/2008
118. Life Amplified 5/17/2008
119. Going Nowhere 5/17/2008
120. And You Are Not Here 5/18/2008

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A Mother's Love

I held her hand as tight as I could
Even though I knew it would not do much good
Her breath was shallow and weak
If only my eyes could speak
She would see I felt just as much pain
And the tears I’m trying to contain
I don’t want her to know
I’m having a real problem letting her go
That a piece of me was dying too
As another side of darkness was slipping through
Her pulse was dull, her color was lead
Her skin was clammy, as I wiped perspiration off her head
You could find adoration seeping through her pores
For a mother’s love opens many doors
An aura ...

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Not A Love Letter

This is not a love letter
It's one step better
Because after kinship
We all need friendship
Someone who will step in
Through thick and thin
Share your smile
Cry with you a while
And be there till the end
What better than a friend

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