jackie compton


jackie compton Poems

41. Throw It In The Fire 7/6/2010
42. I Do Not Understand 9/12/2010
43. Remeber 10/6/2010
44. Without Asking 10/8/2010
45. A New Year 12/31/2010
46. Just Words 12/31/2010
47. I Understand 1/7/2011
48. When Wisdom Comes 1/7/2011
49. The Island 8/22/2007
50. Just Thinking 8/22/2007
51. The Clock 8/23/2007
52. Voices 8/23/2007
53. Lady Of The Night 9/2/2007
54. Walking In Darkness 5/22/2011
55. Why 5/22/2011
56. Help Me Understand Why 5/22/2011
57. It Use To Be My Playground 5/22/2011
58. In The Night 5/27/2011
59. To My Brothers 5/27/2011
60. Where Is Over There 11/26/2011
61. Thank You 11/26/2011
62. These Eyes 4/5/2012
63. Summoning Of The Spirits 1/9/2010
64. A Chance Meeting 1/9/2010
65. Perfection 1/10/2010
66. The Craftsman 1/10/2010
67. It Was My Choice 10/13/2012
68. I Have Problems All Of My Own 10/13/2012
69. Growing Old 10/13/2012
70. The Simple 3 Words 11/17/2012
71. Finding Time 11/20/2012
72. Secret Love 11/20/2012
73. The Ark 12/17/2012
74. No Words 12/17/2012
75. Where Does Time Goes 4/15/2013
76. Close My Eyes 4/15/2013
77. Listening To Nothing 4/16/2013
78. Today 4/25/2013
79. I Just Stop And Think 11/17/2012
80. Look Over Yonder 11/17/2012

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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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Writing On The Wall

I was only three feet tall
When I first scribblied my name.
upon the wall

In the dark of the night.
but with the coming of daylight.
I could see it was only a mark.
That I had made in the dark

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