Connie L. Burchett
Biography of Connie L. Burchett
Youngest daughter of Lloyd D. & Lorraine M. Smith. Next to the youngest of 11 children. Grew up in Topeka, went to business college in 1978, LPN school 1985 worked as a LPN for 15 years before being injuried in 2001 which took Nursing career away. Have been employed by the US Government 10 years. Have 6 children 3 are still living and 9 grandchildren. Enjoy camping, fishing, traveling, writing, reading, crochetting, gardening, playing 8 ball pool, music and dancing..
Connie L. Burchett's Works:
My poem 'Tonight I'm Going To Cry' will be published this winter (2008) in a book called Imortal Verses
Connie L. Burchett Poems
Obituary: Common Sense
Obituary: Common Sense Don't know who the Author is of this piece: but wanted to share it.
I Wish I Could Tell You
I wish I could tell you how I really feel without you wanting to leave. I just want to show you each and every day how much you really mean to me
What Love Is
What Love Is Love is the main foundation of life’s core
If I Told You A Secret
If I Told You A Secret If I told you a secret -
To All the Children and Adults of Abuse A little Fairytale Princess
A Journey Down Life's Pathway
A Journey Down Life's Pathway I'm taking a journey down life's pathway
Think Of Me
When you're blue and feeling down and there is no place to go.
The Bull Rider
The Bull Rider Dedicated to William “Bill” Stolzenberger
Take Me To The Cross
Take Me To The Cross Take me to the cross:
Sitting here and thinking about the day you were born. A tiny bundle of joy so sweet and innocence you were on that day.
No Room There is no room in your heart
Why can’t you see? How you are hurting me?
Dreaming I'm in a meadow - where no one else is around.. I spread my blanket - upon the ground..
When the absent mind returns to a place of distance- There is the place of the mind.
When I Look At You
When I look at you
I see a heart filled
With love that is
bursting to be free
I'm so glad that you