Elizabeth Sheaffer

Rookie - 0 Points (February 4,1990 / Mt. Airy, NC)

Elizabeth Sheaffer Poems

1. Frosty Hearts Can'T Dull This Love... 12/30/2006
2. Ap Language&Composition Taught Me A Lesson In Love 1/3/2007
3. Where Did Our Conversations Go? 1/3/2007
4. Three Days 1/5/2007
5. Young Love 1/2/2007
6. Rendezvous Beneath The Stars 1/31/2007
7. My Favorite If 2/12/2007
8. Thoughts In The Shower 2/15/2007
9. Never Enough 2/23/2007
10. Simplicity's Escape 2/23/2007
11. O, To Control Lady Fate For A Day 3/22/2007
12. I Still Need You (Don'T Let Me Go, Love) 4/6/2007
13. Bitter Tragedy (Inescapable Evil) 4/11/2007
14. Seven Years Now, Nearly Eight 4/24/2007
15. Tired Of Being An Escape 5/11/2007
16. Inside My Dreams (You Come To Life) 5/11/2007
17. Uncertain Depression 5/11/2007
18. Dawning Realizations (Mememe) 5/29/2007
19. Midnight Misery 6/20/2008
20. From Tresses Long 6/23/2008
21. People Spend Their Entire Lives Looking For What I'Ve Found With You 7/30/2008
22. Midnight's Kindred Spirit 7/30/2008
23. Anew Beginning 8/20/2008
24. Past To Present And The Start Of Our Future 9/9/2008
25. A Moonlit Reverie 9/11/2008
26. Dark Alleyways And Divine Creations 9/14/2008
27. Homo Sapiens Sapiens 9/14/2008
28. Flickers 9/14/2008
29. Love's Voyage 11/1/2008
30. My Love 1/28/2009
31. Falling Leaves And Fulfilled Wishes 1/28/2009
32. Night's Fair Maiden 1/28/2009
33. Drowning In Love 1/29/2009
34. The Great Escape From Reality Into An Alternate Dimension That Turned Out To Be Reality Disguised As A Dream 12/4/2007
35. Cocaine Dreams (Don'T Touch The Monkey) 12/12/2007
36. I Tasted Heaven Once And I Don'T Recommend It 1/13/2008
37. An Apology Simply Won'T Cut It This Time 2/14/2008
38. My Fair Lady 2/20/2008
39. Realizations Of A Teenage Catastrophe 2/26/2008
40. Ageless Avowal 3/11/2008

Comments about Elizabeth Sheaffer

  • Terry Craddock Terry Craddock (5/16/2015 3:39:00 AM)

    Keep writing, your poem 'Can Death Come Calling If You Don'T Have A Telephone? ' is quite brilliant, so whoever has been hitting the dislike on you needs a heart and a brain, you have a gift, forget the nasty critics or comments if you get any and be confident in the unique vision and genius of your words. Power to your pen.

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  • eb cooper (1/28/2009 8:36:00 PM)

    thank you, its refreshing to hear such encouraging comments. i'll be reading your work

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  • Manny Francis III (10/14/2008 11:11:00 AM)

    After surveying about a half-dozen or ten of your poems, I've come to the conclusion that you have quite a beautiful vision. Additionally, I found that not only did I enjoy your writing, but your poem titles as well. They're vivid and dark and wonderful. Of the poems I read, I enjoyed The Minions the most, and when I was through reading it, I relaized that I could absolutely see myself writing something similar. Keep it up.

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Best Poem of Elizabeth Sheaffer

Affliction Most Severe (I'M Letting Go)

My body lies broken, bleeding on the floor,
The very image you once claimed to abhor.
But this is what you wanted, to witness all these tears.
Isn't this, for so long, that which you longed to hear?
Isn't that your goal in life?
To cause me pain, and bring me strife?
You, who told me many times,
That you wished I would just go die...
Are these the feelings you call love?
Is this what everyone dreams of?
Such pain and torment, all consuming,
Devouring me whole, yet still blooming
Out, to spread the cursed sickness.
But, I swear, as God's my ...

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The Last Resort

Tears well up, threatening to o'erspill these blackened lashes.
Blackened; That's what society calls fashion.
Little girls playing in mother's make-up.
Wind, whispering through bright, green-leaved trees.
Running around barefoot, the wind in your face.
Falling back, your hair flowing behind you on freshly cut grass.
Looking up at the clouds; sunshine streaming on a beaming face.
Bliss, eternal and sweetly innocent.
Reminiscing years later...

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