Giselle Joseph

Rookie (December 21st 1975 / Trinidad)

Giselle Joseph Poems

1. Time To Let Go 5/21/2009
2. Innocence Betrayed 6/2/2009
3. When Nature Beckons 5/29/2009
4. Admiring Danger 6/4/2009
5. Teary Eyes 6/9/2009
6. Working Girls 6/9/2009
7. Dusk To Dawn 6/10/2009
8. First Place (A Dedication) 6/5/2009
9. Lifes' Cycle 6/8/2009
10. Imagine This 6/12/2009
11. Remember Me 6/12/2009
12. T&T The Big Show 6/12/2009
13. Ignorance 6/15/2009
14. Black And White. 6/15/2009
15. Lovers' First Chance 6/15/2009
16. Doubtful Heart 6/16/2009
17. Adieu 6/18/2009
18. I Ask Only This 6/18/2009
19. I Need A Guardian Angle 6/22/2009
20. Candle Blown 6/22/2009
21. Romance Fever 6/23/2009
22. Waltz Sensations 6/23/2009
23. Ghost 6/23/2009
24. Making Out 6/26/2009
25. Breaking Free 6/30/2009
26. I Can See Clearly Now 6/30/2009
27. As One 7/1/2009
28. Secrets 7/1/2009
29. Repeated Beats 7/1/2009
30. From My Window` 7/2/2009
31. Death Walks 7/2/2009
32. Lost For A While 7/23/2009
33. Unfolding The Cycle 8/7/2009
34. People Change 8/11/2009
35. The Power Of Love 8/11/2009
36. Flower 8/11/2009
37. Before And After 9/15/2009
38. Perpetual Being 9/16/2009
39. Peeping Tom 9/17/2009
40. Dejavu 9/17/2009
Best Poem of Giselle Joseph

A Sight For Soar Eyes

Displaying their many colors
elegantly they swayed
gracefully to a sound
by tall strong towers they shade.

Marching in a band brightly dressed
like ballerinas their petal possess
through the green they go
this is quite a show.

From above tears fell
drenching their costumed bodies
disappointment masked their faces
as bullets pierced the hearts of daisies

A sword of illuminous light cut throug the becloud sky
as the innocence of wild color
again became a living soul
displaying sparks of hope and honor.

Blissfully they stood ...

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Time To Let Go

Many times I smile with you
only to hide the pain
wishing on a starry night
just to feel the touch of your rain
to wash me clean of all my hurt
with scars hidden so deep within
oh...... hear my prayer, lift my spirit
before I bid goodbye.

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