Erika Wingo

Rookie - 52 Points (April 7,1977 / St. Paul, Minnesota)

Erika Wingo Poems

1. Impossibilities 9/16/2012
2. Internal Photograph 9/16/2012
3. Memory 9/16/2012
4. Prelude To Death 9/16/2012
5. Who Am I? 9/16/2012
6. I Remember 9/18/2012
7. From Your Baby Son 9/1/2012
8. The Undoing 9/19/2012
9. Rock Bottom 9/20/2012
10. You 9/20/2012
11. The Forgotten Ones 9/20/2012
12. Granparent's Part I 9/27/2012
13. Grandparent's Part Ii 9/27/2012
14. My Babies 9/27/2012
15. When Night Falls 9/27/2012
16. The Edge 9/27/2012
17. Baby Girl 9/27/2012
18. Revelations 9/27/2012
19. Baby Years 9/27/2012
20. Untitled 10/2/2012
21. If Only You Knew 10/2/2012
22. Unfamiliar 9/27/2012
23. For My Man 9/27/2012
24. My Poetry 10/4/2012
25. Ghost 10/4/2012
26. Unstoppable 10/5/2012
27. All Over Again 10/5/2012
28. Mercy 10/5/2012
29. To M 10/16/2012
30. When 10/19/2012
31. Shame 10/19/2012
32. When Love Changes 11/11/2012
33. Trial And Tribulation 11/29/2012
34. The Explanation 12/2/2012
35. Imprint 12/4/2012
36. The Last Road 12/7/2012
37. Sanctuary 12/8/2012
38. Thank The Lord For Our Son 12/8/2012
39. Inconclusive 12/8/2012
40. Sustenance 1/8/2013

Comments about Erika Wingo

  • Howard 'the motivational poet' Simon Howard 'the motivational poet' Simon (2/27/2014 4:02:00 AM)

    Your poem The Moments After Is a rich and refreshing river is revitalization and therapy. Keep up the great works my dear poetic friend!

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Best Poem of Erika Wingo

Missing You

I am thinking of you
Thoughts of you swirl throughout
The recesses of my mind
Bitter-sweetened torture
Can you feel me touching you
Even still, even now
Even as miles separate us?

I am dreaming of you
Of melting into your arms
Absorbing your body's heat
My ear against your heart
Listening to you breathe

I am wishing for you
At this very moment
I imagine my hands
Tracing over the curves of
Of your face
The soft smoothness of your lips
With an aching heart
Remembering things too precious
To be forgotten

Wondering if ...

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The Moments After

In the moments after you had gone
It seemed as though time had
Gathered together
To stand beside me,
Perfectly still
Waiting expectantly for me
To cry or scream
To speak or just to breathe
My first breath alone

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