James Casey

Rookie - 56 Points (11June 1940 / Binghamton, New York)

James Casey Poems

1. Forevermore 7/7/2010
2. Chilling Wind 9/4/2010
3. Don'T Cry 9/4/2010
4. Heavy Rain 9/4/2010
5. Drifting 9/4/2010
6. Will You Miss Him 9/4/2010
7. Not Again 9/4/2010
8. Coy Dogs Song 7/7/2010
9. The Last Room On The Right 9/4/2010
10. Walk With Me 9/4/2010
11. Reflections 9/4/2010
12. River Sunrise 9/4/2010
13. Wanderer 9/4/2010
14. Darkness 9/4/2010
15. Just Sand 9/4/2010
16. The Meaning Of Life 12/24/2010
17. Autumn Leaves 12/24/2010
18. The Sentry 12/24/2010
19. Christmas Poem 12/24/2010
20. Flowers 12/24/2010
21. Friends 12/24/2010
22. Goin Home 12/24/2010
23. I Really Did Try 12/24/2010
24. Old 12/24/2010
25. Pain And Tears 12/24/2010
26. Rain 12/24/2010
27. She Loves Me 12/24/2010
28. Summer Rain 12/24/2010
29. The Trees 12/24/2010
30. The Truth 12/24/2010
31. The Wanderer 12/24/2010
32. Trouble 12/24/2010
33. Wander Alone 12/24/2010
34. When I Die 12/24/2010
35. Wild Flowers 12/24/2010
36. Yester Year 12/24/2010
37. Young Hood 12/24/2010
38. Confused 12/24/2010
39. Didn'T You Know 12/24/2010
40. Getting Over You 12/24/2010

Comments about James Casey

  • Chris Albee (11/23/2009 5:10:00 PM)

    Beautiful writer of poetry. Can tell immediately a lot of thought goes into the
    works. Keep it up! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! 1

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Best Poem of James Casey

A Penny

I found a penny today, Laying on the ground.
But it's not just a penny, This little coin I've found.

Found pennies come from heaven, that's what my Grandma told me.
She said Angels toss them down. Oh, how I loved that story.

She said when an Angel misses you, They toss a penny down;
Sometimes just to cheer you up, and make a smile from a frown.

So, don't pass by that penny When you're feeling blue.
It may be a penny from heaven That an Angel's tossed to you.

So...if you find a penny and you're feeling blue
Remember, An Angel is watching ...

Read the full of A Penny

Forevermore

Forevermore

I was dreaming of the sea.
She was washing over me.
I could hear the ocean's roar,
Hear her calling, me, forevermore

I walked into the water,
Felt the water rise,

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