Brian Hinckley

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

Brian Hinckley Poems

121. Spineless 5/13/2007
122. Flirt 7/28/2008
123. Duty Of Desire 8/23/2008
124. Exploration Station 9/13/2008
125. Zero Hour 4/6/2009
126. (her) Hands 10/29/2009
127. Great Power, Great Responsibility 6/16/2008
128. Enigma 9/25/2008
129. I'M Yours 11/11/2009
130. Let It Flow 2/23/2009
131. Eyes Of Envy 5/7/2007
132. Walls 2/10/2010
133. Devil's Duel (A Love Story) 8/16/2008
134. Artistic Musings 7/10/2008
135. Liquid Love 7/13/2008
136. The Place Where I Am 6/6/2008
137. Florida Girl 5/13/2007
138. Angel Of Love 5/5/2007
139. Full Circle 4/19/2007
140. Try, Try Again 9/13/2008
141. Two Hearts (Two Minds) [two Loves] 12/14/2009
142. Just Another Day (In Nebraska) 8/21/2008
143. December Snow 10/10/2008
144. Epic Smile 10/18/2009
145. Her Face 4/19/2007
146. With Cold Eyes You Judge Me 4/19/2007
147. Corporate America 8/6/2008
148. Dancing In The Corners Of My Mind 8/11/2008
149. The Murder Of Hope 10/1/2008
150. Addiction 7/27/2008

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

Addiction

Bursting at the seams,
the words roll from my tongue.
Searing like hot iron,
they burn your soul.

I dream in vivid colors,
they twist and spin in the darkness.
Tearing open your heart,
my words flow in you.

Your body and soul are mine,
trapped in my words.
Violent or soft, you don't care,
you enjoy the ecstasy I give you.

My words drip like honey
on your waiting tongue.
Savor it, taste it,
they go down smooth.

Looking everywhere but up,
you search in vain.
I am higher than you, above you,
but my hand is always ...

Read the full of Addiction

Star-Crossed

He leans into her
only to find she's gone.
His heart falls
shattering on the cold ground.

He walks away
wondering what he's done.
He walks away
never to be seen again.