Janice M Pickett

Rookie (Middlesex England)

Janice M Pickett Poems

1. You'Re Gone! 7/16/2007
2. Storybook Princess 7/16/2007
3. A Lovers Tale 7/16/2007
4. Blow Off 7/16/2007
5. Keeping A Cool Head 10/16/2007
6. Magic 10/16/2007
7. My Sweet 10/16/2007
8. Ode To Motherly Love* 10/18/2007
9. A Second Chance 10/19/2007
10. Her Life 10/19/2007
11. Her Life Part Two 10/19/2007
12. The Trouble With Food 10/19/2007
13. My Favorite Blanket 10/19/2007
14. Daffodils 10/19/2007
15. You'Ll Be Through This Soon 10/19/2007
16. Wisdom Of Fools 10/19/2007
17. Society 10/19/2007
18. Just A Kid Again (For The Kids) 10/19/2007
19. Kitty And I 10/19/2007
20. Tenderness 10/19/2007
21. Under The Jacaranda 10/19/2007
22. The Long Road 10/19/2007
23. Is God Real? (A Debate Between 2 People) 10/19/2007
24. Consequences 10/19/2007
25. What A Lot Of Rubbish 10/19/2007
26. A Top Popper Scorned 10/19/2007
27. Excuses 10/19/2007
28. Through A Child’s Eyes (Jan And Sandra) 10/19/2007
29. Stocking Feet And Shattered Dreams 10/19/2007
30. Clueless 10/19/2007
31. A Poetry Book 10/19/2007
32. A Rhyming Place 10/19/2007
33. What Holds You Together? 10/19/2007
34. Too Much Pain To Mention 3/24/2009
35. Every Day 3/24/2009
36. Never Too Much 3/24/2009
37. There But For... 3/24/2009
38. To Soar 3/24/2009
39. You Would Have To Be Blind 10/19/2007
40. The River Flowing Through My Heart 3/24/2009
Best Poem of Janice M Pickett

*thunder*

Thunder, followed by the harsh adrenalin rush
As lightening illuminates the unsuspecting
fragments of shattered nerves.
The spinning feeling which sets the unbalanced pivot
crashing against a pounding brain.

Which was is up?
Which way is any way at all?
Nobody understands how the pain rips
Right into the innermost corners of a false reality
Touched by fear,
Set alike by a cruel twist of fate

Beaten by the never ending knowledge
That it will happen, over and over again
Craving a peace that never comes
An gentle breeze to caress an aching ...

Read the full of *thunder*

A Lovers Tale

If I lived in Australia and he in Singapore
We'd see each other once a year
hardly ever more

We'd own a ranch in Mexico
and a yacht in Waikiki
We'd use it on alternate trips
when we felt like living free

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