Gina Marie Moody

Rookie (August ^th,1964 / Denver Colorado)

Gina Marie Moody Poems

1. She Haunts 2/5/2005
2. The Inconceivable Epiphany 2/5/2005
3. Unveiled Passion 2/5/2005
4. Solid Oak 7/30/2005
5. Book Burner 7/30/2005
6. Phantom Companion 7/30/2005
7. Intellectual Irony 7/30/2005
8. Serene Indulgence 2/5/2005
9. You 2/5/2005
10. Frigid Temptations 2/20/2005
11. A Buried Legacy 2/20/2005
12. Let Old Bones Lie 2/5/2005
13. Peripheral Vision 2/6/2005
14. Yellowed Pages 2/19/2005
15. Lucid Dreams 2/19/2005
16. Because You Love Me? 2/5/2005
17. Who Are You 2/5/2005
18. The Approaching Dawn 2/5/2005
19. Something Within 2/5/2005
20. Slipping Away 2/5/2005
21. Chasing The Fairytale 2/5/2005

Comments about Gina Marie Moody

  • Craig Hunnel (6/26/2006 11:18:00 PM)

    Gina,
    How great it is to read your obvious talent. Your usxe of style and genre makes an understatement in your words and meaning
    It's funny, all I can remember is your floppy black hair and tilted head anytime Bill and I did anything.
    Keep up the good work.
    I hope that you enjoy your gift. It is a special gift endowed on you, to use to bring peace, happiness, and hope to others. That's why people read poetry- But why do others write?
    that is a question to ponder as you embellish your next quest.
    I am looking forward to it.
    Sincerely,
    Rev. Craig A. Hunnel, Sr.
    Ceres Valley View Church of the Nazarene
    Ceres, CA

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Best Poem of Gina Marie Moody

Chasing The Fairytale

Daisies and dollhouses,
plucked petals and prose,
Barbie and Ken,
lovers or foes?

Dancing delusions,
Cinderella in red,
Snow White lies snoring
in a shattered glass bed.

Fairytales are sweet
like silk and cheap wine,
they charm the senses
and mystify the mind.

Yet, you wake in a tangle,
pain twisting your head...
Happily-ever-after
is just something once read.

Read the full of Chasing The Fairytale

Something Within

Silent fingers strum
a whispered melody
crooning deep within
a forgotten memory,
where sorrow sings so softly
persuading guitar strings,
tears flow in harmony,
felt but seldom seen.

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