jackie compton

jackie compton Poems

81. Painting In Words 11/17/2012
82. The Counterpane 8/22/2007
83. What Do We Say 4/29/2013
84. Light At The End 5/2/2013
85. What Am I Going To Do Today 5/3/2013
86. Nothing 5/3/2013
87. Day Dreraming 5/3/2013
88. To Tell The Truth 5/8/2013
89. When Death Comes Knocking 5/30/2013
90. Where Did Time Go 5/30/2013
91. The Difference 12/2/2013
92. A Time To Grow Old 12/2/2013
93. Keeping In Touch 12/18/2013
94. My Best Friend 12/18/2013
95. Just One Love In A Lifetime 12/18/2013
96. Killing Time 4/8/2014
97. Sharing The Pain 4/8/2014
98. Waiting On A Friend 4/9/2014
99. Life And Time 4/9/2014
100. I Still Believe In Dream 4/12/2014
101. I Just Stop To Think 4/12/2014
102. I Think It Time We Said Goodby 4/12/2014
103. Life Is A River 7/3/2014
104. Lost In Nothing 10/20/2014
105. In Reality 10/20/2014
106. Reflection 10/22/2014
107. I Recall 11/1/2014
108. The Seeds Of A Lie 11/10/2014
109. Viva Los Revolution 11/11/2014
110. Ghost In The Attic 11/14/2014
111. God Bless The Children 12/4/2014
112. Raindrops Keep Falling 11/7/2014
113. Death Of A Youth 4/5/2012
114. The Best Gift 8/23/2007
115. Three Words 9/23/2007
116. How Far Is Heaven 11/17/2012
117. Crossing The River Of Denial 11/11/2014
118. Why Me 12/4/2014
119. A Warrior's Code 1/10/2010
120. Rsvp 8/24/2007

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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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