GHOST WRITER


GHOST WRITER Poems

1. With A Heavy Heart I Bode You Farewell.... 1/7/2010
2. My Quest... 1/7/2010
3. Can Dreams Come True? 5/9/2010
4. Was It When You.... 5/9/2010
5. Where To Next 5/9/2010
6. How Easy It All Seemed Then 5/9/2010
7. My Angel, May You Be Free.... 5/9/2010
8. As The Autumn Turns To Winter, 10/24/2010
9. Why Do I Miss You So… 10/28/2010
10. The Music…. 10/28/2010
11. A Dozen Memories... 11/5/2010
12. If Only You Were Here 12/2/2010
13. Hope… 12/2/2010
14. My Angel, I Am In Despair 12/4/2010
15. The Sands Of Time… 1/6/2011
16. Fly Away 9/9/2007
17. Stripped Bare 11/2/2008
18. Despair 11/2/2008
19. Feeling Whole Again 11/2/2008
20. All Alone.... 5/3/2009
21. Wanting 5/3/2009
22. Friend Or Foe? 5/10/2009
23. If Only I Knew.... 1/7/2010
24. Don’t Deny Us This 10/29/2007
25. Why Can'T It Be Me 11/1/2007
26. As The Time Comes To Say Goodbye 8/7/2011
27. Cloaked Venom 8/30/2007
28. Knowing...Or Do I 4/4/2011
29. If I Knew….. 11/2/2008
30. The Final Straw 9/9/2007
31. Empty Sorrow 5/10/2009
32. Is What We Have Worth Fighting For? 1/7/2010
33. Please Let My Heart Go 7/11/2007
34. Darkness 7/11/2007
35. Wondering, Hoping... 8/7/2011
36. A Plea 7/11/2007
37. Please Walk Away 8/11/2007
38. Drifting Through Time.... 5/10/2009
39. Where Do I Go 8/14/2007
40. Shadow 7/11/2007
Best Poem of GHOST WRITER

A Picture My Captive

I see your smile
Your eyes
Your lips
A picture I can’t seem to let go
So handsome
So sexy
I am drawn to you in my mind
I am pulled toward you in my heart
And all that by looking at your picture

The memories flood my brain
I can recall your voice
Your touch
The sweet words that sometimes escaped your lips
Your scent
Your hands
The warmth of your embrace
Your smile
And your laugh

And all of this from a picture
I see you in person and I crumble
All barriers come down
All hurt fades away
And all I long for is a few stolen ...

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Fly Away

Now I am here
Soon I’ll be there

No reason to shop
No cause to plan
I am off to another land

Get out of here
Another point of view

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