Jane Tomlin

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Jane Tomlin Poems

1. Hidden 2/14/2005
2. Scar Tissue 10/22/2005
3. Faith 11/12/2005
4. Against The Current 11/14/2005
5. Spring 11/14/2005
6. Summer 11/14/2005
7. Long Story Short 7/31/2005
8. Being Happy 2/14/2005
9. Though 4/15/2005
10. Sonnet Of Love 2/14/2005
11. Final Goodbye 4/15/2005
12. The Meaning Of Life 10/22/2005
13. Too Soon 7/17/2006
14. Hope Fades 7/17/2006
15. With A Helping Hand 2/14/2005
16. Aurora Solstice 11/12/2005
17. Affirmation 11/12/2005
18. Regret 11/14/2005
19. Bad 11/14/2005
20. Tears May Stream 4/16/2005
21. Reverie 10/24/2006
22. First Light 10/24/2006
23. Life Story 10/24/2006
24. This Unexpected Feeling 1/14/2007
25. Soul 1/14/2007
26. Insomnia 1/16/2007
27. Etiolated 1/16/2007
28. Heaven Can'T Wait 3/10/2007
29. Perfect World 4/7/2007
30. Masquerade 4/10/2007
31. Homecoming 3/19/2009
32. Despondent 3/19/2009
33. New Year 12/4/2005
34. Arguments 2/14/2005
35. Unknown 10/24/2006
36. Autumn 11/14/2005
37. Devoid Of Love 11/14/2005
38. Vacant Chair 7/17/2006
39. Friendship 11/14/2005
40. Sonnet 2/14/2005

Comments about Jane Tomlin

  • Joshua Treece (3/17/2005 10:12:00 AM)

    i love your work and i have ehard that you have some it in book thats great. and only for writing for 2 year so far. have you ever writen any thing other poems or not. if not try a short story or some thing you would be good a one for writing them to i think.

    always loven, never haten,

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Best Poem of Jane Tomlin

Leaving School

It's the final day as we all take photographs and say goodbye; a thought goes through my mind.
I may never see any of you again. I don't want to let go of the many memories we have made.
Yet I know that will not happen as the memories we have created have been engraved on my heart and left a deep impression in my mind.

Your kindness and caring attitude has been an inspiration and so have you, and I look forward to the future where in some distant lifetime we will meet again and relive the old times and the old memories.

This is what makes me cherish the true ...

Read the full of Leaving School


The gushing of the clear blue water is refreshing as you cool your over-heated, over-worked body. Rebuilding a civilisation is taking longer than expected.

The breeze is reviving as it rustles the palm leaves. Two, three, four coconuts fall and smack the ground, cracking open the hard shell to reveal the soft flesh and thirst-quenching milk within.

You look out to sea at the crystal waters. Fish dart in the shallows. You are in paradise, an alyssum, a utopia. But soon it maybe inhabited by

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