C.J. Heck

Rookie - 207 Points (August 10 / Born in Columbus OH - living in Florida)

C.J. Heck Poems

1. Peace Be With You 6/20/2004
2. Stupid Tongues (Children) 10/20/2005
3. 'Partment (Children) 10/21/2005
4. Makin' Up Stuff (Children) 5/23/2005
5. Naps (Children) 6/3/2004
6. Glad (Children) 2/21/2005
7. The Return 6/17/2004
8. Understanding Miss Muffett (Children) 6/1/2004
9. The Quarter (Children) 3/11/2005
10. Visiting The Chippendales 12/13/2005
11. Thoughts During An Unsleep...(Adult) 3/15/2005
12. My Tooth (Children) 11/8/2005
13. Bubbles Of Trouble (Children) 4/15/2004
14. Little Sister's Word (Children) 6/1/2004
15. Grampa's House (Children) 6/7/2004
16. Breathless 6/19/2004
17. Bed Pages (Children) 10/26/2005
18. Little Boy's View On Kissing (Children) 6/1/2004
19. In Search Of Sleep 6/18/2004
20. Love At First Sight 6/21/2004
21. If I Told You Through My Mind 6/18/2004
22. On Writing Poetry 6/11/2004
23. No Wasted Heartbeats 2/7/2005
24. Little Boy's Wish (Children) 6/3/2004
25. The Burning Letter 6/19/2004
26. It's All In A Song 6/11/2004
27. The Adonis 6/13/2004
28. The Changeling 6/13/2004
29. Taps For My Soldier 9/24/2004
30. Waiting For A Greyhound 6/15/2004
31. Wrinkles And Grey Hair (Children) 6/1/2004
32. I Can Think Of You Now Without Tears 6/23/2004
33. Barfly: Woman In A Bar 12/5/2005
34. Barking Spiders In Church (Children) 4/15/2004
35. Bats (Children) 6/1/2004
36. Stinkers And Gems 5/4/2005
37. The Price Of His Toys 6/14/2004
38. Unopened Letter 6/15/2004
39. What To Do About You 6/13/2004
40. We Need To Get Away 2/7/2005

Comments about C.J. Heck

  • Efia Sixd (4/13/2016 6:40:00 AM)

    great poems. every poem has a moral or a value which everyone should learn.... actually i have a question.. what is you full name? i mean, what does c j stand for in your name?

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  • Amir Mohammad Islami Chalandar (6/6/2014 7:22:00 AM)

    excellent poems. you are great in explaining your feels. i invite you to read my poem

  • Hemangi Kamra (4/6/2014 6:33:00 AM)

    dear mam c.j.,
    your poems are awesome and like reading them.


  • Chuck Audette (9/15/2009 12:42:00 PM)

    CJ's poems spring forth in lively style, with wonderful imagination, heartfelt truth, and humor galore. Always worth the read! -chuck

  • Adryan Rotica (1/18/2006 2:42:00 PM)

    CJ.......what a gift you have~ every word imparts a vivid image that fills the hearts and souls of your readers with a remembering...Yes, it's the littlest moments that you paint so well... and spell out with glowing simplicity.

    Thank You for being exempliary in your work......you inspire me to set a higher standard for my own poems!

    Hugs to You~

  • Joseph Daly (12/30/2005 4:11:00 AM)

    CJ is, predominately viewed as a writer of works for children, yet those works contain an approach that crosses all age groups. Her works can be humourous or filled with pathos. Her use of words can paint a picture of innocence that contrains its own profoundity. 'Daddy's Boots' is a perfect example of how CJ approaches her work. It is at once a portrayal of innocence and a need to abandon that innocence at times of trauma.

    Her children's works have an incredible universal appeal and if one is tempted to dismiss them because CJ classes them as Children's pieces, then you do so at your Peril.

    In her non-childrens verse, CJ carries over her approach to more adult themes. In doing so she presents a world that is deeply sad, incredibly humourous and sometimes intimate.

  • kenneth william snow (3/14/2005 1:16:00 PM)

    I really enjoy reading your poetry. I also greatly appreciate your kind comments on my poems, they are so much more meaningful coming from a talent like you.
    Thanks again,

  • Michael Tonkin (2/7/2005 2:20:00 PM)

    A warm welcome back, I really thought you were gone for good.

  • Lare Austin (2/7/2005 9:30:00 AM)

    Welcome back, C.J....

    Lare Austin

  • Michael Shepherd (9/23/2004 6:02:00 AM)

    Hi CJ - you've been quiet lately... hope it's a creative quiet...there's two spider poems on my site here, now - which I owe to you and DH Lawrence respectively...for what they're worth... Michael

Best Poem of C.J. Heck

Night-Night (Children)

Night-night moon
Night-night stars
Night-night noisy
trucks and cars.

Night-night sand box
Night-night toys
Night-night other
girls and boys.

Night-night mom
Night-night dad
Night-night Boogie Man
who's not bad.

It's time to go to sleep now,
most all my night nights said.
Night-night blankie
Night-night bed.

Read the full of Night-Night (Children)

My Shadow (Children)

I have a shadow hooked to me.
Sometimes he's big.
Sometimes he's small.
Sometimes he isn't there at all.

He doesn't seem to like the rain.
(Maybe thunder scares him, too) .
He's gone from me on days like that
'cause there isn't much to do.

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