Jennie Renee Sparrow

Gold Star - 6,022 Points (November 8th / Tahlequah, Oklahoma)

Jennie Renee Sparrow Poems

401. Murder Files Series: Buried -new- 2/20/2018
402. Wind -new- 2/20/2018
403. I Love You In Black And White 1/20/2018
404. Protagonista 2/2/2018
405. Scrap 10/24/2017
406. Creator 10/24/2017
407. Defiance 9/2/2017
408. She Was 10/20/2017
409. Fearless 9/1/2017
410. These Scars 4/8/2016
411. Fire In The Sky 8/8/2016
412. Fire And Lightning 4/8/2016
413. Breathe 3/12/2016
414. One Last Chance 1/4/2016
415. When I Dream 2/3/2016
416. Ice Within The Fire 1/4/2016
417. Golden Silver Dust Magical Wanderlust Part One 10/2/2015
418. For The Spirit Of Our Children 9/28/2015
419. Fireflies 12/18/2015
420. Twilight 12/18/2015
421. Haunted Castle 11/18/2015
422. Love Psalm 10/5/2015
423. Muse 3/5/2016
424. Before You Go 8/29/2017
425. Cold Metal 10/24/2017
426. Bass Wars 8/7/2017
427. Hold My Hand 11/30/2017
428. The Human Within 9/23/2015
429. A Phone Call From Heaven 1/4/2016
430. Pseudohallucination 10/9/2017

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Best Poem of Jennie Renee Sparrow


When she walks she looks at the moon
Like the cloud that follows her in the room
From the distance she's beautiful
Over time she'll make you fall
There's a smile beyond her dark eyes
She thunders in when the lightning cries
Inside a shell just below the sea
She comes in like a storm chasing her dreams
She finds herself in between
Her stitches show inside the seams
Threaded upon something you may recognize
Sewn among everything that you want to rhapsodize

Read the full of Pseudohallucination

The Human Within

A vampire's dream born from tragedy
A single drop of blood falls
Shadows form and muted mouths begin to speak
Unseeded visions seen in her crystal ball
In the ballroom they flock
Formally dressed and proper 
She waits eagerly for the ticking of the clock
They all suddenly forget what they are there for
Where did she go when you saw her standing there

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