Brian Hinckley

Rookie (07-30-81 / Buffalo, New York)

Brian Hinckley Poems

1. I Circle The Air 4/19/2007
2. Why Do You Bother? 4/19/2007
3. With Cold Eyes You Judge Me 4/19/2007
4. Full Circle 4/19/2007
5. Her Face 4/19/2007
6. Star-Crossed 4/19/2007
7. Arrows Fired 4/19/2007
8. Angel Of Love 5/5/2007
9. Emerald Dream 5/8/2007
10. Perfection Never Seen 5/8/2007
11. Florida Girl 5/13/2007
12. Shattered 5/15/2007
13. Rick Dipietro 5/15/2007
14. Swarm 5/15/2007
15. Nightmare Of Heartbreak 5/16/2007
16. Rememberance 5/18/2007
17. Burning Faces 5/21/2007
18. The End Of Days 5/23/2007
19. Thunderous Silence 10/22/2007
20. Story Of A Girl (From Her Eyes) 10/22/2007
21. Is It Bad? 10/22/2007
22. The Place Where I Am 6/6/2008
23. Fresh After Your Heart Is Ripped Out 6/14/2008
24. Atypical Bedtime Story 6/15/2008
25. No Escape 6/16/2008
26. Artistic Musings 7/10/2008
27. Love, Loathe 7/10/2008
28. Sainted Sinner 7/11/2008
29. Liquid Love 7/13/2008
30. Sinking 7/13/2008
31. Caught In Your Web 7/14/2008
32. Mental Jungle 7/14/2008
33. Ireland 7/16/2008
34. Happen 7/16/2008
35. Inaction Impossible 7/16/2008
36. Where Will This Go? 7/16/2008
37. Wanderlust 7/17/2008
38. Man Of Steel 7/17/2008
39. Vixen 7/19/2008
40. Supernova 7/22/2008

Comments about Brian Hinckley

  • Agnes Török (5/6/2007 3:07:00 PM)

    You are one of the greatest and most capturing poets I've ever read.
    There is nothing more to say
    I now declare you my God :)
    Or at least my favourite poet on this place

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Best Poem of Brian Hinckley

Try, Try Again

It's alright,
try again.
I'm here to help,
use me as you wish.

It's okay to fall,
pick yourself up.
I will stay with you,
just don't give up.

It's fine to fail,
it's not the end.
I'll stay until you succeed,
but then I have to leave.

You will reach your goal,
becoming who you wanted to be.
That day I will walk away,
knowing there is no place left for me.

Read the full of Try, Try Again

Her Face

Her face
shining in the dead of night.
Her soul
shining to keep the light.

She brings me back
from the edge I walk.
She brings me back
with a simple talk.

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