Jerry Abrahamson

Rookie - 0 Points (May 14,1957 / Madison, S. Dak.)

Jerry Abrahamson Poems

121. Taking Control 2/6/2008
122. Wind Chill 2/6/2008
123. Walking Over People 2/6/2008
124. What's Important 2/6/2008
125. Be On My Side Once 1/16/2008
126. Better Off 1/16/2008
127. Better Than You Are 1/16/2008
128. Biscuits And Gravy 1/16/2008
129. Where Do We Go From Here 2/7/2008
130. Law Means Nothing 2/7/2008
131. Where Is The Support 2/7/2008
132. Acting Like Children 2/7/2008
133. I Can'T Help 2/7/2008
134. I Showed Off My Poem 2/7/2008
135. I Want To Show People 2/7/2008
136. Getting Me In Trouble 2/7/2008
137. Such A Joke 2/7/2008
138. Find Out Who I Really Am 2/9/2008
139. You Don'T Think I Work 2/9/2008
140. A Funny Noise 2/9/2008
141. To Be Happy 2/9/2008
142. Succeeding To Young 2/9/2008
143. Staying In The Background 2/9/2008
144. Stop And Think 2/9/2008
145. What To Write About 2/9/2008
146. Is This The Only Way 2/9/2008
147. Superbowl Sunday 2/9/2008
148. Having To Watch Everything 2/9/2008
149. Whatever Works 2/9/2008
150. Letting Our Emotions Go 2/9/2008
151. Picture Frames 2/9/2008
152. Building Things 2/9/2008
153. Our Bodies Reacting 2/9/2008
154. Even With A College Graduate 2/9/2008
155. Feel Better 2/12/2008
156. When Is She Going To Learn 2/14/2008
157. Writing Whatever Comes To You 2/15/2008
158. Whatever Comes To Me 2/15/2008
159. Noboday Cares 2/15/2008
160. Giving Up 2/15/2008

Comments about Jerry Abrahamson

  • Nia Riz (3/30/2008 9:49:00 AM)

    love your poems...gooooooooooooooood.....keep it up..! !

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Best Poem of Jerry Abrahamson

The Importance Of Water

It has always puzzled me
That the most important liquid
That a person can drink
Is a glass of water

Water has no taste
Or oder or smell you see
But it is important
To our everyday living

It flushes out our system
And helps us to lose weight
It helps us to stay regular
That's the importance of water

Read the full of The Importance Of Water

Tony Jones

There was a man name Tony Jones
Who valued everything he owned
Who loooked at life
And believed in life

He was a man
One of the best kind of men
He didn't get mad
And took life kind of easy

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