Cecelia Weir

Rookie - 133 Points (March 19,1955 / Fayette, Alabama)

Cecelia Weir Poems

321. Caught In A Complaint 11/24/2013
322. Church Talk 11/1/2013
323. Really Life 8/14/2014
324. The Grief Of A New Nation/40 Years 10/3/2014
325. Who Will Claim The Body? 1/2/2016
326. Young People Watch Life 2/12/2017
327. The Night Of Day 3/22/2017
328. God Makes The Difference 11/7/2014
329. Poor Man Rich Man 11/1/2013
330. It's Still Room 12/18/2013
331. Listen My Children 9/10/2013
332. Little White School House 12/23/2005
333. Education 8/4/2006
334. Stop Stressing 10/31/2013
335. Circle Talk 11/1/2013
336. You Humble Me 8/20/2013
337. The Character Of Life 3/8/2013
338. Somber Twilight 11/20/2009
339. True Meaning Of Living 11/5/2009
340. Stop Talking 9/6/2008
341. Baby Breath 7/8/2008
342. Doing The Best You Can 12/5/2006
343. Determined Life (Quotation) 11/5/2005
344. Lights On, Lights Off 11/23/2005
345. Evening Tide 6/8/2004
346. Tongue Of A Gun 6/9/2004
347. I Listen 12/23/2005
348. Tears Of The Heart 1/27/2006
349. The Truth Of A Lie 5/30/2006
350. Rest For The Weary 6/9/2004
351. Faith Does Not Lie (Quotation) 11/5/2005
352. Hard Worker 1/1/2006
353. Word Up! 8/2/2005
354. Not Trying To Be Just Another Negro 8/2/2005
355. I Never Forget 11/1/2013
356. Thank You For Being A Friend Of God 5/2/2014
357. Escape From The Womb (Abortion) 6/8/2004
358. The Little Candle 10/17/2008
359. What Gender? 6/8/2004
360. Superficial Forgiveness 7/14/2012
Best Poem of Cecelia Weir

O So Lonely

O So Lonely
Are the days gone by.
When others enter your life
Then you push them by.

O So Lonely
When you were in control.
To love them or leave them
You were ever so bold.

O So Lonely
While you sit alone.
No one is there
To make your house a home.

O So Lonely
After all the hearts you break.
Did you ever think it was you
Who you'd really forsake?

O So Lonely
When life was just a dare.
You didn't take time to love
You didn't try to care.

O So Lonely
Have you learned the rule?
That its not just about ...

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The Tall Of It

When you stand up
For whats right.
You are automatically tall.
But when you stand up
For whats wrong.
You always come up...short.

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