JAMES T. ADAIR


JAMES T. ADAIR Poems

81. Druid Morning Magic 5/5/2009
82. Touched By A Broken Heart 5/5/2009
83. I Think It Was You 5/5/2009
84. A Heart Is Still A Heart 5/5/2009
85. I Wish You Only To Know 5/5/2009
86. Zero 5/5/2009
87. Now You Sit In Your Corner 5/5/2009
88. Just Pray 5/5/2009
89. Only Human 5/5/2009
90. Life Is Just Short 5/5/2009
91. Silence 5/5/2009
92. Don'T Give Up On God 5/5/2009
93. Quench My Fear 5/5/2009
94. Pity The Cruel 5/7/2009
95. Merry Christmas To All 5/7/2009
96. Life Is A Chance 5/7/2009
97. In A Moment 5/7/2009
98. Faith 5/7/2009
99. We Don'T Have To Be The Same 5/7/2009
100. Lifeboat Passing By 5/7/2009
101. Pity 5/7/2009
102. For Those Who Dare To Love 5/7/2009
103. Hey Baby (Dream Sequence) 5/7/2009
104. You'Re Someone 5/7/2009
105. Lost In You Tonight 5/7/2009
106. I Have A Complaint! 5/7/2009
107. Mother's Day (Thinking Of) 5/7/2009
108. Mother's Day (For A Reluctant Mother) 5/7/2009
109. Faith Breeds Hope 5/5/2009
110. Today, The 12th Day Of Christmas 5/5/2009
111. Someone Is Hurting 5/5/2009
112. Goodbye 5/5/2009
113. Ave Maria 5/6/2009
114. But My Heart Wishes Somehow 5/6/2009
115. Whisper In The Wind 5/6/2009
116. Stay 5/6/2009
117. How To Love A Man 5/7/2009
118. Forgiveness 5/7/2009
119. When You'Ve Lost A Loved One 5/7/2009
120. Happy Mother's Day (From A Daughter) 5/7/2009

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A Beautiful Heart

Beautiful Girl
Beautiful Heart
The two don't always go together
Neither, necessarily apart

A beautiful girl
You might come across every day
and you might feel an attraction
We're wired that way

But in time you know
what others eventually learn
It's a beautiful heart
that's better to earn

Because beauty only goes so far
and is skin deep
But a beautiful heart
is forever to keep

And long after beauty has faded
she'll likely remain jaded
Vanity in its place remains
seeking approval and gains

But a beautiful ...

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This Silent Night

Madonna upon the tea rose painted plaster wall
you faithfully weathered and lived it all
you with your halo and glaze of shiny white
your bleached robes reflecting the flourescent light
Baby Jesus naked in your arms, your knowing gaze; just right
you've silently witnessed all the fights, but speak not a word
until I turn out the last light each night

Sillouetted against a circular screen of powdered blue

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