Francesca Johnson

Rookie (I'm a metal tiger - there's your clue / Europe)

Francesca Johnson Poems

41. *socks 5/8/2009
42. Ron Of The Cut 10/13/2007
43. Don'T Beef About It... 11/22/2008
44. Cardiff 12/1/2008
45. My Eyes Don'T Like The Sun 1/10/2008
46. Jim Of The Cut 11/12/2007
47. The Sadness Of A Swan 6/11/2009
48. That Bench 1/10/2009
49. *anger? 4/27/2009
50. ....Alaties 12/12/2008
51. Drowning 11/23/2008
52. Those Church Bells Of Croydon 12/1/2008
53. **work Till The Grave... 5/8/2009
54. Sad Legs 5/24/2009
55. Crossing A Line 4/27/2009
56. Coalville 12/12/2008
57. *enigma Variation 5/1/2009
58. A Whole Lot Of Holes....(1) 4/11/2009
59. A Pure White Poem And Empty Shops 2/8/2009
60. The Sad Bastards Club 11/4/2007
61. Don'T Ask Me Questions When I'M Breathing In 12/12/2008
62. Don'T Shoot Sean 12/15/2008
63. De-Piping The Hash... 6/11/2009
64. *bread 1/10/2009
65. Dennis, You'Ve Got To Go..... 8/11/2008
66. Diesel And Dust 12/10/2007
67. Dumpling 3/24/2009
68. *naked People 1/10/2009
69. Dollie And Jack Of The Cut 9/29/2007
70. Wonderfully Fat 1/7/2008
71. Barry Of The Cut 9/29/2007
72. A Temporary Man 11/5/2007

Comments about Francesca Johnson

  • Ruby Root (7/13/2006 10:37:00 PM)

    Hi Francesca, I don't think there is one poem I disliked. You are creative, compassionate, and unique writer. I enjoy your poem site. Take care.

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  • Trucker Jeff (7/5/2006 10:58:00 AM)

    All righty then...Franceca, did you step on an egg?

Best Poem of Francesca Johnson

A Temporary Man

A temporary man
be a good distraction
when filled with action
of the physical sort,
a real sporty sport.
Any port in a storm,
so they say.


a permanent man
be a true mate,
her best friend
who's willing to lend
a helping hand
day or night,
do what's right,
hold her tight
and just love her,
and love her,
and love her.........forever.

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Barry Of The Cut

He lives a life alone on his floating kingdom,
A Dutch barge of immaculate neatness.
Barry left a life of greed and falsehoods
Many years ago
To start a new life on the Cut.
His old, grizzled and wrinkled face
Resembling Vespasian in all his madness
Belies the gentleness underneath.
The scowl he wears turns into a beam

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