Jessica Lockhart


Jessica Lockhart Poems

41. Tomfoolery 3/14/2014
42. A Poem In 10 Words 9/6/2014
43. Alternatives 3/16/2014
44. A Tragedy Too Common 6/13/2014
45. If I Had A Dollar 3/24/2014
46. I Do Not Love You, But I Could 2/2/2014
47. I Love You (But Not In The Cheesy Love Poem Kind Of Way) 5/11/2014
48. I Do Not Write For You 3/16/2014
49. Advice To Your Child 2/27/2010

Comments about Jessica Lockhart

  • Lucky Brown Lucky Brown (10/28/2014 1:19:00 AM)

    I've read most of your poems, fewer in words but much in understanding.thanks for your comments over my first poem, im still writing more

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  • Mark Hamilton (9/8/2014 2:52:00 PM)

    This is nice - succinct and sad.

  • Walter C. Edwards Walter C. Edwards (4/21/2014 6:57:00 PM)

    Very Sweet and a lovely poem about friendship.

  • Ashish Tyagi (4/1/2014 10:33:00 PM)

    i read few of your poems here. you really can say a lot in fewer words.
    and thanks for appreciating my first poem.

  • Juan Olivarez Juan Olivarez (4/22/2010 11:02:00 AM)

    i saw your name on my page so i am returning the courtesy. i must say i now know why you read my poems. you seem to think as i do that poetry needs to come together, and be worthy of yourself before you present it to others. young lady please write more you will do everyone a big favor. i read the pearl so many years ago that it is lost in the deep recesses of my mind, but obviously you are very young and very talented, God bless you, and keep on chunking.

Best Poem of Jessica Lockhart

Advice To Your Child

Advice to who?
Advice for you!
Heed the words I say,
for if you do my dear little one
you'll be mighty okay.

Advice to who?
Advice for you!
Don't grow up too fast,
for if you you do it will lead to many
things you'll miss in your past.

Advice to who?
Advice for you!
Now all I have left to say,
do your best and try your hardest,
I'll still love you either way.

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Bathroom Troubles

I went into the bathroom,
I really had to go.
I sat upon the toilet,
then, well, you know.
I then washed my hands
with the water turned on hot.
I scrubbed and scrubbed and scrubbed
and wiped off all the spots.
After that I dried them off,

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