Jess Terry

Rookie - 32 Points (17/03/1994 / Tauranga)

Jess Terry Poems

161. This Is How A Heart Breaks 8/20/2009
162. Can'T Believe You 8/20/2009
163. Cookie Crumbling 8/20/2009
164. I Miss The Fighting 8/20/2009
165. The Jerk, The Sweetheart (Who Are You) 8/20/2009
166. Crying Dont Change It 8/20/2009
167. The Worst Part 8/20/2009
168. Back To Pretend 8/20/2009
169. Some New Ground Rules 8/20/2009
170. If You Loved Me 8/20/2009
171. No Matter (Always Go Back To The Blade) 8/20/2009
172. If I Could 11/28/2009
173. Left Over Feelings 11/28/2009
174. Great Love 11/28/2009
175. You Say 11/28/2009
176. Pretending 11/28/2009
177. Hate You Love You 11/28/2009
178. Come On 11/28/2009
179. Just A Kiss (Unfinished? ?) 12/2/2009
180. The Collision 12/2/2009
181. Dying To Fall 1/30/2010
182. Run Away Little Boy 8/3/2010
183. What's Your Problem Girl? 8/3/2010
184. Ready For This 8/4/2010
185. Who Am I? 8/4/2010
186. Death Penalty 8/4/2010
187. Not You 8/4/2010
188. I Love You (The Chant) 8/8/2010
189. That Hope 8/19/2010
190. Boy On Bus 8/21/2010
191. They'Re On Punishment 8/21/2010
192. Love Of The Carnal Variety 8/30/2010
193. Sorry Baby 10/5/2010
194. It's Not Fair 10/5/2010
195. Half Dead Already 11/8/2010
196. You Say, I Say 5/15/2007
197. My Boy 4/2/2011
198. Why? 10/6/2007
199. Kauri 4/21/2011
200. Hello There 4/21/2011
Best Poem of Jess Terry

Teenage Heartbreak

Just another case of teenage heartbreak,
all of a sudden he was gone,
and she was crying,
its time to get over romance,
its dead and gone

Shes in her room,
crying her eyes out
wishing she was dead,
Hes out on the town,
talking up his latest victim,
feeling on top of the world

Just another case of teenage heartbreak,
all of a sudden he was gone,
and she was crying,
its time to get over romance,
its dead and gone

Hes alone,
she used him just for fun,
Now hes doubting the world,
She used him,
now shes gone, ...

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Mother Moon

the moon is a mother,
tucking her children into bed,
her hair of stars sways gently,
as she looks down,
around her sleeping children,
closing the door,
opening her eyes,
watching all night,
darkness will quickly fade,
then we will be woken,
by the the suns,
glowing rays,
waking us to start the day.

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