James Casey

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

James Casey Poems

121. The Rabbit 12/26/2010
122. Raindrops 12/26/2010
123. Recognize The Day 12/26/2010
124. Rejected 12/26/2010
125. Replacements 12/26/2010
126. My Best Friend 12/25/2010
127. My Boys 12/25/2010
128. My Shore 12/25/2010
129. Seasons Of Life 12/26/2010
130. Sensual Sea 12/26/2010
131. Soul 12/26/2010
132. Star Gazing 12/26/2010
133. Sun Night 12/26/2010
134. Take My Hand 12/26/2010
135. Tear Stains 12/26/2010
136. The Box 12/26/2010
137. The Boy 12/26/2010
138. The Collection 12/26/2010
139. The End 12/26/2010
140. Maiden 12/26/2010
141. The Mirror 12/26/2010
142. The Road 12/26/2010
143. The Rain 12/26/2010
144. The Return 12/26/2010
145. The System 2009 12/26/2010
146. Thinking Of You 12/26/2010
147. The Morning 12/26/2010
148. 1988 12/26/2010
149. Time Is A Myth 12/26/2010
150. Together 12/26/2010
151. Vietnam Rain 12/26/2010
152. Vows Weren'T Meant To Be Broken 12/26/2010
153. Leaves Of Different Colors 12/26/2010
154. Walking On Sharp Stones 12/26/2010
155. Walls 12/26/2010
156. Dear Mother 1/15/2011
157. Gone Away 1/15/2011
158. The Replacements 1/21/2011
159. Remember 1/21/2011
160. Those Three 2/3/2011

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

Death Has To Wait

Death Has To Wait

Somebody save me, my thoughts are twirling,
The ground is spinning, the ceiling whirling.
If you look through these kaleidoscope eyes,
All you'd see is colors and lies.

Can't concentrate, my mind whirls so fast,
Thoughts unfocused, can't remember my last.
I have to get out of here, have to get sane,
I have a need to feel some pain.

The turmoil is here, I don't know how to hold on.
My biggest stronghold is my biggest fear,
All this turmoil must now cease, begone
I pray to God he doesn't leave me here.

These ups and ...

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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.

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