Jimmie Arrington

Freshman - 685 Points (October 03,1984 / Phoenix, Arizona)

Jimmie Arrington Poems

41. #305 A Ghastly Haunted Reminding 11/21/2013
42. #304 One Word 11/21/2013
43. #302 Vexed And Perplexed 11/21/2013
44. #301 A Little Note 11/21/2013
45. #300 Je T’aime Pour Toujours 11/21/2013
46. #299 Amy Elaine 11/21/2013
47. #330 Ink 11/21/2013
48. #329 Dreaming Eyes 11/21/2013
49. #328 The Viewer 11/21/2013
50. #327 Beneath The December Moon 11/21/2013
51. #326 Seasons Change 11/21/2013
52. #325 The Winds Of Change 11/21/2013
53. #324 Red Eyes Are No Longer Blue 11/21/2013
54. #323 Please Leave 11/21/2013
55. #322 Which Way Will The Wind Blow? 11/21/2013
56. #321 The World’s Great Finale 11/21/2013
57. #297 An Empty Playground 11/21/2013
58. #296 The Lonely Low-Lit Lamppost 11/21/2013
59. #295 People Always Leave 11/21/2013
60. #293 Your Ghost 11/21/2013
61. #292 Brand New 11/21/2013
62. #290 A Distant Memory 11/21/2013
63. #316 Flower Buds And Peppermint 11/21/2013
64. #359 I Scan The Room 1/26/2014
65. #360 Ten Years 1/26/2014
66. #361 Wandering Feet 1/26/2014
67. #285 Soon 1/31/2014
68. #283 Haunted But Undaunted 1/31/2014
69. #282 The Summer Wind 1/31/2014
70. #281 Too Suddenly 1/31/2014
71. #280 Are You Still There? 1/31/2014
72. #279 Shakespearean Love 1/31/2014
73. #274 Time: A Vacant Illusion 1/31/2014
74. #273 A Fantasy And A Dream 1/31/2014
75. #272 You Can’t Take That Away 1/31/2014
76. #271 T.A.S. 1/31/2014
77. #270 Blinded In The Dimmest Light 1/31/2014
78. #269 What Will Be Left Then? 1/31/2014
79. #268 (A Little) Advice 1/31/2014
80. #267 Somehow You Did 1/31/2014
Best Poem of Jimmie Arrington

#227 Stand And Stare

On auto drive I climb spiral stairs,
Grasping the guardrail as I go.
Through small windows I see the glares
Of the boat’s fading glow.

I see fierce tides rise and crash,
Tossing the boat with ease.
I see rain pour and lightning flash
Within a hurricane breeze.

Still I keep moving, higher and higher,
My brain out running my feet.
Urgently trying to kindle the fire
With swift steps and rapid heartbeat.

The boat shrinks every time I look,
The light continues to dim.
Just like a fish caught on a hook,
It’s much too late to ...

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#358 So I Feel

Like a falling feather from a fowl in flight,
Like a whispering breeze through the autumn night,
Like drops of rain at the old homestead,
So I feel in my befuddled head.

Like one black cloud in the deep blue sky,
Like awaking to the sound of a gentle lullaby,
Like immobile stars that have somehow aligned,
So I feel in my perplexed mind.

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