Jason Jackson

Rookie - 12 Points (1971 / Blackburn, England)

Jason Jackson Poems

1. Kids 8/16/2009
2. New Town 8/16/2009
3. Farewell Cruel World 9/28/2009
4. Flood 11/21/2009
5. Today 11/23/2009
6. See Me 2/21/2010
7. Buddy 4/1/2010
8. Past Times 4/1/2010
9. Kite 4/2/2010
10. Release 5/24/2010
11. Day After Day 6/9/2010
12. Stephen Patrick Morrissey 6/22/2010
13. The Girl With 6/23/2010
14. Muncho 7/14/2010
15. Old Friends 8/22/2010
16. Funny Farm 9/10/2010
17. Paupers 9/11/2010
18. Missing Trophy 10/1/2010
19. Shared Past 10/6/2010
20. Life Earned 11/29/2009
21. Short 1/30/2010
22. Go Away 1/30/2010
23. Tonight 11/13/2010
24. Neil Diamond Songs 11/13/2010
25. I Need 11/19/2010
26. John Lennon 12/8/2010
27. Miximitosis 12/23/2010
28. Spag Bol 2/1/2011
29. Memory 3/25/2011
30. Killing Season 4/13/2011
31. Music (As A Dad) 8/16/2009
32. First Love 8/16/2009
33. Wedding Present 4/28/2011
34. Sanctum 5/7/2011
35. The Blue Girl 9/6/2011
36. Deliverance 10/4/2011
37. Faux Heaven 12/30/2011
38. Stone Broke & Lonely 5/31/2012
39. Apology 9/6/2012
40. Untrue Heart 10/14/2014

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  • Jason Jackson Jason Jackson (1/30/2010 5:59:00 PM)

    I feel as if I almost know this guy

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Best Poem of Jason Jackson

Broken Umbrella

On the footpath lies a broken umbrella,
just imagine the number of times it's been used,
once loved, dependable, fashionable & fit,
now lies disgraced, amongst the cigarette butts and dog shit

it's fabric is now tattered, some spokes are broken,
it remembers rainy days and of gossip quietly spoken,
do we all have a limited notion of self-worth,
we first scream, breathe, then capitulate and end up cast upon dirt

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Music (As A Dad)

The Smiths said a light would never go out, but it did & they lied,
I heard your favourite song on the radio & ended up crying,
I used to believe in the power of the 1980’s band,
I’m getting too old for common sense to land

Popular music is now foreign to me,
It’s not what I like to listen to,
I’m sorry if I can’t express myself more eloquently,
I’d rather listen to the sound of the sea.

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