Candice Renae Williams

Rookie (Jan.10 1985 / Martin, Kentucky)

Candice Renae Williams Poems

41. Better Off Dead 3/27/2005
42. Attempting A Poem 10/28/2005
43. Am I Not? 3/25/2005
44. Solitude 3/26/2005
45. A Girl In The Corner 3/25/2005
46. Forget; An Optimal Solution When One Possesses A Lighter With Which To Start The Process. 2/15/2005
47. A Lilac 3/25/2005
48. Tears 2/24/2005
49. Amongst A Flower 2/15/2005
50. Beauty 2/15/2005
51. My Sister's Funeral 3/26/2005
52. A Prisoner Of Doubt 3/27/2005
53. Madamn Can Penname C 3/27/2005
54. Innocence Of A Rose 3/25/2005
55. Waiting For Rain 3/25/2005

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.

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

    Write poetry from the heart. -CRW

Best Poem of Candice Renae Williams

Waiting For Rain

I love the rain,
The way it gracefully falls from the leaves,
To plop soundlessly on an unforgiving ground,
Soaking up the rain until it fades away.
How many times does it rain?
Are their many who know how I feel when it rains?
The rain takes the problems of today,
Which usually fills my day with an empty sorrow,
The pain and desolute despair wash away,
With the following of the rain.
The rain will dry up,
As the sun’s rays pierce the sky.
They go into the air,
To come again another day.
Life returns to normal once more, ...

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Part Of The Story Of It

Deep within my brain
I search for something inhumain
Underneath my memory
It should have a certain quality
Insane though I may be
I still believe what it will show to me
How I know this
Relates to an answer I can not miss
Horrow dwells in there

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