Holly Jamestone

Rookie - 0 Points [Holly Jamestone] (Denver, CO U.S.A.)

Holly Jamestone Poems

41. Standing In My Faith 3/11/2013
42. That Dead-End Road 3/11/2013
43. Stale Gum 3/11/2013
44. His Entrance 3/10/2013
45. Beach Dreams 3/11/2013
46. A Butterfly 3/11/2013
47. Absent 3/11/2013
48. All That You Deserve 3/11/2013
49. My Everlasting Love 2/3/2013
50. Vulnerable 2/11/2013
51. Camano Island 2/11/2013
52. Alone 3/9/2013
53. Can'T 3/11/2013
54. Coping 3/11/2013
55. New Roads 3/11/2013
56. Heaven's Road 3/11/2013
57. Dear Baby Lost 3/11/2013
58. Broken 3/11/2013
59. Delectable Blend 3/11/2013
60. Columbine 3/11/2013
61. Continuum 3/11/2013
62. Angel In The Room 3/11/2013
63. A Day Of Thanks 3/12/2013
64. No Bully In Heaven 3/9/2013
65. Simply Embrace 3/11/2013
66. A Menigma 3/12/2013
67. A Stroll With God 3/12/2013
68. An Old Shoe 3/12/2013
69. A Holiday Tale 3/12/2013
70. Dropped Heart 3/12/2013
71. Birth Of Friendship 3/12/2013
72. Lgbt 3/12/2013
73. My Final Bow 3/12/2013
74. I Know 3/13/2013
75. In Your Name 3/13/2013
76. Jonbenét 3/13/2013
77. On My Way 3/13/2013
78. Our Land 3/13/2013
79. Sometimes 3/13/2013
80. Soulmate 3/13/2013

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Dance In The Rain

Dance in the rain
With clouds at your heels
Rosebuds refreshed
The calming one feels

Life is the present
There's no need to wait
Throw back the shutters
And unlock the gate

Dance in the rain
As it cleanses the sky
No tears on sun's cheeks
And no need to cry

Life is what's happening
Through clouds or gray
Sunshine or snowflakes
They're all nature's way

Dance in the rain
It's all part of life
Let hope, your umbrella
Guide you through strife

Dance in the rain
And when clouds tend to loom
Welcome their ...

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Camano Island

Forested pathways, lush plentiful needles
Clinging to the evergreen brother branch
Gently leading to their mother trunk
Cascading from ground to sky

Sprawling hillsides, windswept beaches
Distant snowcapped peaks whose glass-like
Reflections dive ‘neath waves the way a snow cone
Melts into its wrapper on a warm summer day

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