Amity Willows


Amity Willows Poems

1. Hide Away 9/15/2007
2. The Willow Of Amity 9/15/2007
3. Hope 9/15/2007
4. My Love Is Mine 9/16/2007
5. Vanished 9/16/2007
6. A New Day 9/16/2007
7. As I Gaze 9/16/2007
8. Why Do You Run? 9/16/2007
9. Rain Fall Down On Me 9/16/2007
10. Broken 9/16/2007
11. After All 9/16/2007
12. It's Time 9/16/2007
13. As I Go 9/16/2007
14. I Walk Alone 9/16/2007
15. I Wish 9/16/2007
16. I Will Be Me 9/16/2007
17. Safe 9/16/2007
18. Devil Job 9/21/2007
19. Sometimes It Takes A Friend 10/18/2007
20. My Dearest Brother, You Have Heard Wrong 10/19/2007
21. Happily Everafter Live 9/18/2007
22. Unwanted Tendencies 9/17/2007
23. Fast Food Hell 9/22/2007

Comments about Amity Willows

  • Igwe Kalu (11/30/2007 10:09:00 AM)

    Amity writes in languages that are natural and clear to the mind. I like her perspective of writing...

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Best Poem of Amity Willows

Fast Food Hell

Everyday I am forced to sell,
Fast food in this fast food hell,
Greasy burgers with ingredients unknown,
I’m behind the grimy counter, all alone.
Little kids with whiny voices,
Line up for the kid meal choices,
Soccer moms with mini vans,
Men with ‘blackberries, “Look no hands! ”
Everyone from everywhere,
They all come to jeer and stare,
At I, the unfortunate employee,
Trapped in burger hell, and never free.

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The Willow Of Amity

A roaring river cuts through the land,
The river thins down at the bend,
the bend where I would play as a child,
And where now I stop to rest awhile.

Beside the river is an old willow tree,
It’s very presence comforts me,
For this is the same willow that cried amity,
On the day that we all lost hope.

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