Dwayne Bailey

Rookie (03-08-1965 / San Pedro California)

Dwayne Bailey Poems

161. Happy Mothers Day My Love; 5/14/2010
162. I Need: 5/19/2010
163. Going Insane; 10/5/2008
164. Dismay; 12/4/2009
165. Mental Misery 11/13/2007
166. Love Is! 11/14/2007
167. 25 11/18/2007
168. A Mother 11/17/2007
169. A Gracious Heart 11/17/2007
170. Cruel Winters Harshness 12/10/2007
171. For Free 11/19/2007
172. I Live 11/26/2007
173. I Wont Be Your Victim 11/23/2007
174. Wandering; 11/9/2008
175. My Faith: 10/3/2008
176. Contentment In Today 2/26/2009
177. Even Though It's Over 1/11/2009
178. Beleiving In Santa 12/23/2007
179. 64 Ford Falcon 4/14/2008
180. Tonights Dream 5/25/2008
181. Abortion 10/2/2008
182. Dont Tell Me You Love Me 3/3/2008
183. Coming Home Late 2/15/2008
184. The People Its Written For Will Know 1/11/2008
185. Your Love, 4/11/2008
186. Turn The Page 11/17/2007
187. Enjoy Today 11/13/2007
188. I Thank You Lord 11/27/2007
189. Family 11/18/2007
190. Sometimes I Sit And Ponder 1/18/2008
191. My Dog Mikey 1/19/2008
192. Battle In My Mind 9/28/2008
193. As I Age 11/29/2007
194. Daily I Struggle With My Faith; 12/3/2007
195. The Inlaws 4/15/2008
196. Sweet Jesus Sweet Jesus 11/17/2007
197. Life Of Jesus Christ 12/20/2007
198. You Will Always Have A Friend In Me; 5/28/2009
199. Christmas Wish List 11/16/2007
200. As We Become Old 5/23/2008

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Chains Of Addiction

Breaking the chains of addiction,
are never easy at best;
For these chains are wrapped all around our thinking,
alwys putting us to the test.
We think we can find that one weak link
and live our lives as we choose;
In the end we find it was just a ploy
and our sobriety is what we lose.
The only true way to break these chains
is with the help of our higher power;
Giving us streangth and courage
to live each and every hour.
For with the help of our higher power
us slaves to addiction are free!
And the things we have are the things we need, ...

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Mental Misery

There once was a man who died very young,
though the doctors knew not the cause;
Even though he was in great shape,
physically he had no flaws.

But the man still died even though he was young
and very very healthy.
For he died of loneliness with a broken heart;
He died in mental misery.

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