Chris Haifley

Rookie ('96 / Germany)

Chris Haifley Poems

1. Drag Me Down 4/16/2011
2. My Story Of Redemption And Ink 4/16/2011
3. Undomesticated Violence Ii 4/16/2011
4. Flora 4/16/2011
5. Forbidden Liaison 4/16/2011
6. Venting 4/18/2011
7. An Ending Interrupted 7/1/2011
8. The 540 Days 7/1/2011
9. Road Names 7/1/2011
10. Meesh 7/1/2011
11. The Ongoing Struggle Of Genes And Jeans 4/5/2011
12. Cliffs, Cars, And Sanity Pills 4/5/2011
13. Wpwt 4/13/2011
14. To Whomever This Applies 7/1/2011
15. This City! 7/23/2011
16. I Can'T Think Of A Name For This 7/23/2011
17. It Comes With Time 8/11/2011
18. Vic 8/11/2011
19. G.F. 8/11/2011
20. Rhinestone Coast 9/12/2011
21. Singing To The Storm 10/12/2011
22. Only In A Poem? 10/26/2011
23. Kiedis's Warning 10/29/2011
24. Your Domain 3/13/2012
25. Outside Shangri-La 3/13/2012
26. Reality Of Candy And Men 4/8/2011
27. Chains 7/1/2011
28. Arsonist 8/18/2011
29. An Artist's Splendor 4/16/2011

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Best Poem of Chris Haifley

An Artist's Splendor

I am queen of the acrylics
Master of plaster
Voyager of vintage.
I live to command pens
My destiny is to design inks
Instincts demand me to draw.
My hands speak a language all their own
My fingertips are permanently stained
Emotions flow freely through my soul
My ideas fill up the void spaces of the earth.
I spend most of my time in solitude, but I’m never lonely
I produce my best work while alone
I see the world without any filters
I am skillfully and flawlessly self-taught.
My soul is black and white
My heart beats color throughout my veins
I ...

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If love made flowers grow, what would you raise for me?
A field full of Dandelions, weeds, only to be blown away with the wind?
That’s fine with me darling,
Even Dandelions were full of life at one point.
What would I grow for you?
A valley of Forget-Me-Nots, so you would know that I’ll always come back?
A meadow teeming with Bleeding Hearts, so you’ll know the pain you caused?
Rows and rows of Milkweed, so we could watch the seeds drift away like how we used to?
No, because my lo

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