Biography of Jennifer Romero
Jennifer Romero Poems
Mothers Day Poem
I love you a bit, Okay maybe a little, Average sounds just right, It’s somewhere in the middle,
The Delusion Of The Ideal
There is no sense to A mess of jambled feelings, A barrier to idealistic situations, A crushing of stability
World Of Sorrow
Sadness is the opposite of happiness, it's the opposite of feeling free, It's the opposite of joy, It's the thing that's taking over me.
A Matter Of Life And Death
This murky day, A dreadful day, One of mist and gloom, Horror and doom.
Lamentation Of A Miscalculation
I stumbled upon this mirror, I gazed into its depths, The image inside confused me, It danced about illogically.
Do It For The World
Poverty, hunger, racism, abuse, I’m sick and tired of the daily news, Nightmares encompassing the air we breathe Reality forces our grand visions to leave,
If for our thoughts on trial we all went, I do not hesitate one bit to believe, Every person, from a lady to a gent, The death penalty they would certainly receive.
Playing The Game
Spare me from your deceptive ways, Your habits have placed me in a craze, My heart has cooled from firey blaze, No longer a victim of your gaze.
Kiss The Air
Time is still; Ever frozen for eternity’s sake. A snapshot of pure magic, Ever stubborn in its grasp to contain emotion.
A Different Kind Of Sight
In the beginning there was darkness, No sense to the surrounding mist of confusion, There was no purpose to existence, Only hope for the existence of purpose.
Christms Card Poem
So here's to the joy of Christmas, Here’s to the innocence of youth, To hope, to love, to the guidance of truth, To Santa Clause and his merry elves
World Of Sorrow
Sadness is the opposite of happiness,
it's the opposite of feeling free,
It's the opposite of joy,
It's the thing that's taking over me.
From the world of joy i was taken and introduced to a world of sorrow,
And everyday i hope that i'll come back to my old world tomorrow,
But as the days go by and the sadness turns worse,
I am unable to cope with it,
I am just a child,