gina prettybrowneyes

gina prettybrowneyes Poems

1. The World Was Dark And Gray 6/18/2005
2. Marigold Trace 12/20/2005
3. Skypaints 7/24/2006
4. O.K. 7/29/2007
5. Now 8/9/2007
6. Pairs Of Eyes 8/13/2007
7. My Fairy Tale 10/8/2007
8. Light And Dark 12/24/2007
9. Singer's High 12/24/2007
10. 2 Voices In A Quiet Night 3/22/2008
11. Biker Mountains 3/23/2008
12. Frosty On His Flag (Clementine Sweet) 3/23/2008
13. A Declaration Of Character 5/15/2008
14. If You Don'T Use It, You Lose It 5/22/2008
15. Today Is A Chocolate-Covered Raisin 7/28/2008
16. One Hot July Afternoon, I Got Down On My Knees And 2/23/2009
17. A Peace; A Piece 2/23/2009
18. A Woman Lies Dying In Mexico 8/4/2009
19. Having Lost My Words 8/4/2009
20. Sometimes I Sound Like An Accordion 8/4/2009
21. When I Can Breathe Freely, I Want: 8/13/2009
22. Revelations I Wished I'D Had Sooner 9/6/2009
23. For A Youngest Brother 9/20/2009
24. Phone Call To Little Brothers Far Away 2/1/2010
25. Uterus Blues 2/1/2010
26. Chillin' With Oakland Strike Team Four On A Thursday Night 2/1/2010
27. Boston Back Bay.1: 40pm 8/23/2006
28. There Are 10/6/2006
29. Once Upon A Beach 11/25/2006
30. On The Eve Of My High School Graduation 7/15/2010
31. Executive Decision 7/16/2010
32. An Ode To My Temp Job At Measured Progress 7/16/2010
33. Mother (My Point Of View) 7/16/2010
34. Mother (Her Point Of View) 7/16/2010
35. From 1/16/2011
36. No Title Needed 4/10/2007
37. Seeing For The 1st Time 8/9/2007
38. Shaded 5/13/2012
39. Comfort Food 11/27/2010
40. Monday Mornings 2/1/2010

Comments about gina prettybrowneyes

  • Anne Leaver (4/20/2005 9:44:00 PM)

    Gina, I'm so glad you left a comment on my poems. I'm totally enjoying reading these you've given here. What a wonderful voice, yourself! Anne

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Best Poem of gina prettybrowneyes


dab a brush of coal black color
unto your pale and fragile lashes
once you put it on. you become
giggling, twirling, oblivios
no thoughts inside this desert head
dark mascara blanketing
fearful thoughts. sheilding
her worried soul

she is afraid. does not want to be
this girl who cries, doesn't understand
this girl who cannot find the exit sign
on her daytime nightmares

this new identity is safer, easier
to be.
shields her tear-stained cheeks. mascara for
her red-rimmed eyes. eye shadow for
her shadowed eyelids


Read the full of Mascara

A Memoir To Childhood

light. strikes
a silver hand
waving goodbye
to the sounds of life
to butterflies
and ice cream
in the moment
creeps down
the gleeming figure
tracing childhood's
every band-aid covered
kissing memories

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