Barbara Haskell

Rookie (March 6,1952 / tulsa, ok.)

Barbara Haskell Poems

1. San Diego 10/5/2007
2. Takes Its Toll 10/5/2007
3. In A Loved One's Face 10/5/2007
4. Set Free 10/5/2007
5. Tragedy 10/5/2007
6. Slowly Melting Away 10/6/2007
7. Your Anger 10/6/2007
8. More Than They Need Me 10/6/2007
9. Common Sense Takes Flight 10/6/2007
10. Canyonville 10/9/2007
11. Closed Fingers 10/9/2007
12. Cloud Floats 10/9/2007
13. Consumed 10/9/2007
14. Janie And Joker 10/6/2007
15. Daily Acquaintance 10/9/2007
16. Good-Bye Fall 10/9/2007
17. How Blessed 10/9/2007
18. Home 10/9/2007
19. Marital Bliss 10/9/2007
20. Meadow 10/9/2007
21. No Relief In Sight 10/9/2007
22. Out Of Time 10/9/2007
23. Penetrating Pain 10/9/2007
24. Please Take Me Home 10/9/2007
25. Progress 10/9/2007
26. Pure Truth 10/9/2007
27. Self Perception 10/9/2007
28. Soul's Liberation 10/9/2007
29. Spiders, Bugs And Bees 10/9/2007
30. Spring 10/9/2007
31. Such A Journey 10/9/2007
32. Sun-Up 10/9/2007
33. To Feel Your Embrace 10/9/2007
34. Tread Lightly 10/9/2007
35. Well-Worn Magazines 10/9/2007
36. Winged Creatures 10/9/2007
37. Hang Him High 11/3/2007
38. Am I Just Too Late? 11/6/2007
39. Ode To A Computer 12/19/2007
40. Out Of Balance 1/13/2008
Best Poem of Barbara Haskell

Happy Birthday, My Twin

We were conceived together,
our first existence, sharing our mother's womb.
We took our first breath's of life
within minutes of each other,
slept in the same bed for many years
and we shared the same room for more years than that.
We dressed alike, one of us wearing pink, the other, blue.
We shared books and toys,
clothes and even, boys.
My best friend, my sister, my twin,
the other half of me.
We've always had our own distinct personalities
and no one could get madder,
than each of us, at the other,
nor forgive each other more.
My best ...

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Tragedy

We were actors,
cast in a comedy/love story
or so we thought.
How were we to know,
the author opted
for a tragedy?

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