Debora Soramaki


Debora Soramaki Poems

41. A Little Bit Of History (Part 1) 6/17/2007
42. A Sanctuary For My Heart 6/28/2007
43. You Ain'T Broke Till You'Re Broken 6/29/2007
44. See You In Paradise Leo 7/4/2007
45. Billy Boy 7/12/2007
46. New Potatoes 7/12/2007
47. Figaro 7/12/2007
48. Stinky Feet 7/12/2007
49. The Pocket 7/31/2007
50. They Called Him Bosco 8/24/2007
51. Deep Into The Earth 8/25/2007
52. Confusion 10/8/2007
53. I Can'T Have You Right Now 10/11/2007
54. Here I Am, All Alone 10/15/2007
55. You Don'T Have To Be Famous 10/20/2007
56. Infatuation Held Me Captive 10/26/2007
57. Healed With A Kiss 11/17/2007
58. Snotty Kisses 3/12/2008
59. Please Be Mine 3/13/2008
60. Why Do You Eat Me? 3/31/2008
61. Children From The Night Sky 4/18/2008
62. Drifting Into The Bi-Polar Region 5/15/2008
63. Is It Just Me? 6/22/2008
64. Tree Weaver 7/8/2008
65. That Old Question 8/31/2008
66. Depletion No More 9/27/2008
67. Finn Shui 10/7/2008
68. Super Ficial 10/27/2008
69. Tradition 11/2/2008
70. Squish 11/10/2008
71. I Will Die With My Muk Luks On 12/26/2008
72. Pain 1/19/2009
73. He Walks Me To My Door 1/27/2009
74. I Love You, My Dear 2/3/2009
75. In The Valley Of Sparta 4/15/2009
76. You Took My Blood 9/28/2009
77. Dream On 12/11/2009
78. Clouds Of Thunder 12/22/2009
79. The Letters...I Need To Know 12/26/2009
80. Purity Destroyed 1/26/2010
Best Poem of Debora Soramaki

A Canadian Goose

A Canadian goose was on the loose.
Every day he would say as he'd fly
High in the sky, ' Look at me, look at me,
I'm free, I'm free! '
He was a silly ole goose,
His best friend was a moose.
Around the big water
They would tease the young otter,
And when the black bear stood there,
To stare, the goose and the moose
Gave him a scare.
But I like that silly goose
Who was always on the loose.
He'd be honking for a mile
Just to make me smile.

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The Poor Book Writer

You are ugly, you are nothing
He often said to me
But little did he know
I was on a shopping spree
For further information
Pertaining to his life,
I was out to find pure justice
Even tho I was his wife.
He carried on his living as

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