Jessica Millsaps

Rookie (Salt Lake City)

Jessica Millsaps Poems

41. Who Cares? 9/25/2005
42. Dreams And Dragons 4/21/2006
43. Don'T Forget 9/17/2005
44. Friendship 10/28/2005
45. The Crescent Moon 9/3/2006
46. Autumn Whispers 4/21/2006
47. I'M Sorry 10/28/2005
48. Dancing On Stars 9/20/2005
49. Gothic Mysteries 4/21/2006
50. Freedom's Dance 3/21/2007
51. Golden Beaches 9/17/2005
52. Dream Big 9/15/2005
53. Rhythm Of Life 9/17/2005
54. I Am 9/15/2005
55. September Changes 9/15/2005
56. Hope Is Not Lost 9/17/2005
57. Sunset 9/25/2005

Comments about Jessica Millsaps

  • Otteri Selvakumar Otteri Selvakumar (9/28/2005 8:34:00 AM)

    JESSICA...DEAR...!

    write...write...Make thinkful world....with love...! many more kisses in your heart and mind...take it...your luck...!

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  • Tiffeny Salzetti (9/19/2005 4:12:00 PM)

    Jessica:

    I am SO impressed with your talent! I also write free-form poetry and really love this format. Peaches really touched my heart. I am a dog lover - an animal lover really, and I love the visual portrait you painted for us in this piece. Avalon. Beautiful! I am going to go back and browse some more. Thanks for sharing! I might post some things on this site too!

    Hugs,

    Tif

Best Poem of Jessica Millsaps

Sunset

Every night
The horizon lights up
Swirls of pink and orange
Fading to blue and purple

Few bother to look anymore
At a blessing
That only comes once a day

Each sunset is different
No two exactly alike
Difference flows throughout
While it is the only similarity

Over the ocean
Or through the sky scrapers
Out on the prairie
Or in an apartment

You can still see a piece
A piece of something
Something never to return
A sunset

For the colors are shimmering
For a moment they stay
Only to disappear into change
Change ...

Read the full of Sunset

Wake My Dreams

In this life,
We get a chance
A chance for something new
Something only we understand

Our dreams suddenly seem so close
And we hold on tight to what is leaving
And follow the path that we create
For ourselves, yet little trod upon

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