Cody Moore

Rookie (1980 / Arizona)

Cody Moore Poems

1. Why 1/9/2008
2. Till Forever. 1/9/2008
3. A Mind Astray 1/10/2008
4. The Blood Of My Brethren 1/10/2008
5. Lust In A World Or Gray 1/10/2008
6. Final Letter Home 1/10/2008
7. Long The Day Seems 1/10/2008
8. Bars 1/10/2008
9. Nothing 1/10/2008
10. The Silence 1/10/2008
11. Guillotine 1/10/2008
12. Serpentine 1/10/2008
13. Fuzzy Me 1/10/2008
14. Who I Am Today That I Wasn’t Yesterday 1/10/2008
15. Waves Of Nothingness 1/10/2008
16. Simplicity Of The Battle 1/10/2008
17. Oh My Wayward Star 1/11/2008
18. Edgars Death Bed 1/12/2008
19. Dark And Swirling 7/18/2009
20. Paint On My Canvas 7/18/2009
21. A Hole 1/10/2008
22. The Talker 1/10/2008
23. The Depths 1/10/2008
24. Static 1/10/2008
25. Demons Food 1/10/2008
26. Prisoner Inside 1/10/2008
27. The Temptation Of The Flesh And Heaven Revealed 1/9/2008
28. Things That Are And Are Not But Yet Are. 1/9/2008
29. I Morn For The Loss That Was Never Mine To Lose 1/9/2008
30. What More Can I Give You? 1/9/2008
31. The Last Moment 1/10/2008
32. Flavor My Fantasies 1/10/2008
33. A Head Ache 1/10/2008
34. The Pain Of Being Me. 1/9/2008
35. The Forest Through The Trees 1/10/2008

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Best Poem of Cody Moore

The Forest Through The Trees

To my friend who wishes
To sleep for ever more
We are the forest
But through the trees
You see us not
Come and allow us
To shelter you, oh friend
From the elements
That wish to destroy you now
The sun beats down
But rest in our shade
The rain will drowned
Come and we will cover you
The wind will blind
Come and we will break it
So to my friend whom
Wishes to sleep for ever more
Get your focus and
You will see the forest
Through the trees
As mighty as the oak
We’ve been here all along
And we will be here till the end

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The Pain Of Being Me.

I sit here with great mental anguish,

Acidic thoughts in my mind languish

my head is a demonic playground

with there claws my senses they pound

come death come I invite thee

in only death can I be truely free

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