Candice Renae Williams

Rookie (Jan.10 1985 / Martin, Kentucky)

Candice Renae Williams Poems

1. Luck 3/25/2005
2. Thoughts Heading Towards Eventuality 3/25/2005
3. This Feeling, I'M Finding 3/25/2005
4. Incredibility 3/27/2005
5. Personality, Is A Fly 3/27/2005
6. Lament Of The Suicidal Thinker 3/27/2005
7. Part Of The Story Of It 3/26/2005
8. The Groove 3/26/2005
9. Wonder 3/25/2005
10. Pain 3/25/2005
11. A Cry To Livre 3/25/2005
12. In A Grave 3/25/2005
13. It 3/25/2005
14. You And Me 3/25/2005
15. The Stone 3/25/2005
16. Accepting The Unacceptable 3/25/2005
17. I Am Falling 3/25/2005
18. Back Again 3/25/2005
19. Perhaps An Inevitable Bonding 3/25/2005
20. Pride, Eh' That Him 3/27/2005
21. Friends Forever 3/27/2005
22. Storyline 3/27/2005
23. I See You There 3/25/2005
24. Dreaming 3/25/2005
25. Tide 3/25/2005
26. Outside 3/25/2005
27. Behind The Tide 3/25/2005
28. Silver Rings 3/27/2005
29. Lit Candle Flickering 3/27/2005
30. Jimmy, Love, 3/27/2005
31. Destiny 3/25/2005
32. Pretense Of Life 3/25/2005
33. A Fool To One? 3/25/2005
34. The Path Of Tears 3/25/2005
35. The Disease 3/25/2005
36. Only My Silhouette 3/25/2005
37. Within 3/25/2005
38. Oh, Moon 3/25/2005
39. The Teeth 3/25/2005
40. A Strange Fear 3/27/2005

Comments about Candice Renae Williams

  • Peter A. Crowther (3/27/2005 4:30:00 PM)

    I think I like your musing comments almost as much as your poems.

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  • Brenda Fischer (2/24/2005 12:04:00 PM)

    You speak from a depth. Somewhere in the recesses of heart and soul. It's powerful. Keep on keepin' on.

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  • Candice Williams (2/15/2005 10:47:00 AM)

    Write poetry from the heart. -CRW

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Best Poem of Candice Renae Williams

A Prisoner Of Doubt

A prisoner of doubt
is quick to the drain
being bound to his pout,
With a crippling chain.

No one may come,
and courage will not be
For no part of some
Could release him from he.

So watch through the fences
And hold in the cheer
Longing, taking over his senses
might intice him to peer.

Gaining strength he might-
Using the promise'd delight
Drag said chain-on hopeful mount
past rushes of whine-an offered respite;



(to be finished)

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Incredibility

To see through the nights
On a quest led by madness,
Takes a fool beyond reason
For with creation
Comes blindness
Falling ashes of memory
Formulated upon a sinners brow
To flee into happiness
Unknowingly the adulterous victim