Collette Anderson Williams

Freshman - 983 Points [Landy/Cacao deCœur/EVA/The Amaranthine Pen]

Collette Anderson Williams Poems

1. Crossing My Vale Of Jordan 9/12/2015
2. My Poison, My Passion 9/12/2015
3. Little Angel (For Aylan Kurdi) 9/12/2015
4. From A Distance 9/12/2015
5. Cry Me A River 9/15/2015
6. Teach Me Not To Murmur 9/15/2015
7. A Thousand Words 9/15/2015
8. I Write What I Write 9/15/2015
9. What If...? 9/15/2015
10. The Beast In The Lamb 9/29/2015
11. See Me 7/9/2016
12. Silenced 8/6/2016
13. Still, My Heart Holds You 10/6/2016
14. I Taste The Pain 10/6/2016
15. Over You 10/6/2016
16. My Father's Arms 10/6/2016
17. The Christmas Seed 12/24/2016
18. Lord, Draw Me Closer 1/17/2017
19. Take A Look At Me Now 4/21/2017
20. Dancing To Your Music 4/21/2017
21. A Heart That Cries 4/27/2017
22. Alone 4/27/2017
23. Be Gone 4/27/2017
24. Call Me Friend 4/27/2017
25. Empty Love 4/27/2017
26. Forgive Me 4/27/2017
27. How Long Must I Wait 4/27/2017
28. I Waited For You 4/27/2017
29. If Only You'd Love Me 4/27/2017
30. Love Me 4/27/2017
31. Missing You 4/27/2017
32. Oh, How It Hurts 4/27/2017
33. Only Believe 4/27/2017
34. Strength For Each Day 4/27/2017
35. Unspoken Spoken Words 5/5/2017
36. Do You? 5/5/2017
37. Smoking The Cancer Weed 5/5/2017
38. He Almost Loved Me 5/5/2017
39. Almost Over You 5/5/2017
40. Only For A Moment 5/5/2017

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Best Poem of Collette Anderson Williams

When The Pain No Longer Hurts

His hand outstretched,
as he tugged the tail
of her garb.
He gently yanked her to
his bosom -
then with his arms,
he enveloped her.
Such warm embrace
she had long forgotten -
and it was there that he held her
for moments long...

Then suddenly,
his emotions became shades
of black and white -
his trusting notions became
like quicksand and struck
like deadly flashes of lightning,
while he lunged his firm hand
through the cavity
that housed her soul.

Firmly, he gripped her bare essence -
exhausting the mere breath of ...

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Teach Me Not To Murmur

Lord, when I can't see my way through
‘Cause the sky is no longer clear and blue,
Lord, teach me not to murmur.

Lord, when there's no food on the table
And not a penny in my pocket,
Lord, teach me not to murmur.

Lord, when there seems to be no one

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