Jacquelynn Bobbs Poems
|1.||Louder Than Steel||4/12/2011|
|2.||Why Hunter Keeps His Distance||4/12/2011|
|5.||Reason Of My War||4/15/2011|
|10.||Mariah, My Sister||6/18/2011|
|11.||Through Shattered Shards Of Me||11/12/2011|
|12.||Acid Usually Hurts||12/27/2011|
|20.||A Fallen Dreamer's Prayer||4/11/2011|
|21.||Of The Geisha, Of The Soul||5/5/2012|
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Where were you?
Where were you when I needed help?
Where were you when I needed saving from myself?
Where were all day long,
When everything was going wrong?
Don’t you see the tears that I’ve cried?
Don’t you hear the wishes that have died?
I don’t know why I’m not perfect
I don’t know why I try,
Maybe it’s because
I do know there’s a limit
Somewhere deep inside
There’s a part of me
That wants to smile
To look at life as if was worthwhile
But it’s not
It never will be
Because there’s another part of me
That wants to kill someone in ...
Anguish is the pain that most rarely feel
It’s the aftermath in your mind of what you’ve done
It’s that smile on the outside, but a sob within
It’s what drives people to believe in a thing that never was
It’s the thing that lets you know you are alone until your demise
Despite all this, in a sick way it’s a gift
It strengthens your heart
It makes you brave
It beats at you until you are a soldier