Jason Summers

Rookie - 66 Points [jrsunshine333] (1975- / Medford, OR)

Jason Summers Poems

41. Happy New Year 9/1/2014
42. I Won'T Hold You Back 9/1/2014
43. The Passion Inside 9/1/2014
44. Crystal Clear 12/25/2014
45. Say Goodbye 5/18/2008
46. Los Angeles 6/10/2011
47. Coming Home 9/1/2014
48. Stop The Pollution 6/10/2011
49. Smile Now, Cry Later 5/3/2008
50. Beauty And Feeling 5/18/2008
51. Caught Up In The Moment-A Woman's Perspective 5/3/2008
52. Christmas Is... 7/17/2010
53. Grandfather's Prayer 6/10/2011
54. (9/11) A Prayer And A Promise 5/2/2008
55. Anger Speaks 5/18/2008
56. Beyond Nine Months 10/5/2008
57. Happy Halloween 10/5/2008
58. Happy Birthday 5/18/2008
59. Curiosity Kills 6/10/2011
60. Being Myself 6/10/2011
61. I And They 6/9/2011
62. For What? 6/10/2011
63. From His View 7/17/2010
64. Always A Must 6/10/2011
65. An Angel In The Midst 7/18/2010
66. How Do You See Me? 6/9/2011
67. 1993 5/18/2008
68. Compassionate Thoughts 3/16/2008
69. Believe 6/9/2011
70. A Mother's Love 5/18/2008
71. Best Friends 5/18/2008
72. Fbi 6/9/2011
73. A Voice In The Wind 5/5/2008
74. A Second Chance 5/3/2008
Best Poem of Jason Summers

A Second Chance

I decided to go to a party with friends I've known for years
And the first thing I noticed was a tub full of beers.
I grew up believing I could hold my own with a few
But a few became too many as the length of the party drew.
I began to stumble and check out women up and down
I finally got the hint that my friends didn't want me around.
Making my way to the door I heard, 'please, give me your keys.'
I turned and said, 'don't bother, ' as I dropped to my knees.
A pain in my stomach made me spit out every last dropp of beer
I stood up, dusted off, and grabbed a couple...

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A Second Chance

I decided to go to a party with friends I've known for years
And the first thing I noticed was a tub full of beers.
I grew up believing I could hold my own with a few
But a few became too many as the length of the party drew.
I began to stumble and check out women up and down
I finally got the hint that my friends didn't want me around.
Making my way to the door I heard, 'please, give me your keys.'
I turned and said, 'don't bother, ' as I dropped to my knees.
A pain in my stomach made

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