Bridget Bush

Rookie (12/08/1982 / Pittsfield, Il)

Bridget Bush Poems

41. One Person 10/26/2005
42. You Make Me 10/26/2005
43. My Love Is Greater Than The Ocean 10/26/2005
44. Just Be 10/26/2005
45. Good Friend 10/26/2005
46. The Beach 10/26/2005
47. Painted Emotions 10/26/2005
48. I Stayed 10/30/2005
49. Tug Of War 6/16/2005
50. Wherever You Are 9/30/2005
51. Spring Funeral 6/15/2005
52. The Stage 10/26/2005
53. Red Bloody Tuesday 10/1/2005
54. Your Drunken Philosophy 9/30/2005
55. Pretty Little Meth Heads All In A Row 6/15/2005
56. Kiss You, Touch You, Feel You, Want You 6/12/2005
57. Thank You, Thank You 6/12/2005

Comments about Bridget Bush

  • Deborah Gravley Deborah Gravley (2/23/2014 7:49:00 PM)

    I love the moderness of your work. Its so refreshing to hear a girl belt it out in a way that it relates to what's happening now in my life. Emily Dickinson is a great poet that writes about love and I admire her but she ain't never loved or lived like us girls are doing it today. Keep up your artform. Keep keeping it real and fresh. Thanks.

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  • Neil Francis Brooks (6/12/2005 1:39:00 AM)

    Like both of your poems post more soon.

Best Poem of Bridget Bush

Thank You, Thank You

Thank you, thank you
I've lifted me up where you left me down
Brushed off the water when you left me to drown
For all the hurt you gave to me
And all the lies you made me see
I thank you, thank you
For being a mistake I learned from
instead of always giving I'll take some
Making yourself the one I love to hate
Opening my eyes before it's too late
so I thank you, thank you
I want much more from life than you can give
I want to die happy, but first I want to live
You're the one that made it possible it's true
For showing me I don't want to be like ...

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A Much Better Release

Your tongue parts your lips
and travels across my neck
to stop right below my ear
your teeth graze my lobe
gently nibbling, gently, gently
sweet soft kisses leave a trail
from my cheek to my chin
only to retrace their path
back to my ear again

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