Biography of Brayden Barratt
Hi my name is Brayden.I'm a Junior In high school and I'm really quite new to the whole poetry thing. I guess I started writing as an outlet for something and apparently I'm pretty good according to my friends but I'm not sure. My English teacher loves reading my poetry but again not sure if I'm good enough. I was born and raised in Idaho. haven't left much either but id love to travel and see the world. Well poem Hunter is going to be my first step in maybe getting known or out there a little bit and I thank my friend Christiana Reed for showing me this amazing sight. Thank you. I have an amazing family and im very family oriented. Im a not a jock that reads or writes poetry Im truely just a nerd that plays sports.
Brayden Barratt's Works:
NO I DO NOT HAVE NY BOOKS! ! ! Yet You never know what could happen in life sooo maybe i might in the future.
Brayden Barratt Poems
Its hard to think of something out of the blue but this is about you. You are amazing Your are graceful
Wasting away. waiting for something, something to happen in this miserable thing we call life.
_what I Say_
I say things wrong. I do it all the time I don't always mean what I say. but I do mean it when I say
In The Mirror Is Himself
As he stands there looking at the mirror, at himself, in disgust. He stands there disgusted,
The stereotypes are typical. The ones about me, the ones about you, but once the look into my eyes.
The New Me
'Hes a goner' they said I say 'Im back' The old me is dead, the new me has just arrived,
I miss you buddy, But your better now. I miss you buddy, but you will always be there.
In a jumble of everything I am nothing In a jumble of lines I am an eraser mark
~i Dont Know How~
I dont know how to say this, because you are one in a million. I miss you till the days end, I miss you as I sleep.
The stereotypes are typical.
The ones about me,
the ones about you,
but once the look into my eyes.
Once they notice your beauty
The stereotypes are gone.
When they listen,
listen to the lyrics of your song.
when they read,