jackie compton


jackie compton Poems

1. The Color Of Love 8/22/2007
2. Fields Of Stone 8/23/2007
3. Writing On The Wall 8/23/2007
4. The Flower Of Friendship 8/23/2007
5. Kindness 8/23/2007
6. The Window 8/24/2007
7. Mother 8/24/2007
8. The Tree 8/24/2007
9. Education 8/24/2007
10. The Gardener 8/27/2007
11. Weed 8/27/2007
12. The Answer Came 8/27/2007
13. Touch Me Once 9/5/2007
14. Oh Woman 9/5/2007
15. Memories 9/23/2007
16. The Ripple 9/23/2007
17. Sea Of Love 9/23/2007
18. Affaire D' Honneur 1/10/2010
19. A Father's Prayer 1/10/2010
20. The Unseen Side Of Glory 1/10/2010
21. Love Among The Ruin 1/13/2010
22. Goodnight Haiti 1/16/2010
23. I Acted Without Thinking 1/16/2010
24. I'M Sorry 1/16/2010
25. When Time Marches On 1/16/2010
26. Dei Gratia 1/16/2010
27. Here Comes The Night 5/31/2010
28. Brother To Brother 5/31/2010
29. Man And Child 5/31/2010
30. In My Mind 6/6/2010
31. What If 6/6/2010
32. I Wonder Why 6/20/2010
33. Silence 8/24/2007
34. When The Wind Cries 9/23/2007
35. Sit And Think 4/20/2009
36. Shadows 4/28/2009
37. The Appeal 4/28/2009
38. Looking Back 5/2/2009
39. A Little Request 1/8/2010
40. What Does Reality Mean 1/9/2010

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A Letter From Heaven

Dear sweet innocent child of mine.
I am writing you this letter from heaven.
Just to let you know that Mother still loves you.
Don't worry about me for I am doing fine.

For it is I that is worried about you.
As I walk through the garden of eternal life.
I hear your silent prayers very clearly.
Mother knows that there will be times that you fill like giving up,

but don't you do it sweet child of mine.
For God has assured me that a long days journey is made shorter by
taking the first step toward him.
In the beginning, as in the end.

He will take...

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The Flower Of Friendship

IS not friendship a flower that grows.
In the fertile hearts and soul of two people.
It is planted in the warm soil of human kindness

There it takes roots and sprout from a seed into a plant.
That grows freely in the wild of life.

Never to be picked by the hands of a florist, and place
in a window with a price tag attached.

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