Jimmie Arrington

Freshman - 688 Points (October 03,1984 / Phoenix, Arizona)

Jimmie Arrington Poems

81. #244 I Wouldn’t Change A Thing 2/28/2014
82. #243 Subconscious 2/28/2014
83. #242 Memory Lane 2/28/2014
84. #241 A Morning Full Of Mourning 2/28/2014
85. #240 The Answer 2/28/2014
86. #239 Into The Rain 2/28/2014
87. #238 My Song Will Still Remain 2/28/2014
88. #237 A Better Place 2/28/2014
89. #236 As If It’d Never Been 2/28/2014
90. #235 The Most Beautiful Thing 2/28/2014
91. #234 A Better View 2/28/2014
92. #233 What Others See 2/28/2014
93. #232 Your World 2/28/2014
94. #231 Freedom Or Confines 2/28/2014
95. #230 A New Star In My Sky 2/28/2014
96. #228 A Pleasant Dream 2/28/2014
97. #226 Nature And Soul 2/28/2014
98. #225 My Sweet Amalie 2/28/2014
99. #224 I Cried For You 2/28/2014
100. #222 Beneath The Streetlight 2/28/2014
101. #221 I Am A Trampoline 2/28/2014
102. #220 Standing By 2/28/2014
103. #219 So Much More 2/28/2014
104. #218 She Speaks To Me 2/28/2014
105. #217 Running, Fighting, Searching, Hiding 2/28/2014
106. #216 Questions Endless, Answers Few 2/28/2014
107. #215 When Morning Comes 2/28/2014
108. #214 I’m Slipping Away 2/28/2014
109. #213 It’s You 2/28/2014
110. #212 Were You Just A Dream? 2/28/2014
111. #211 Inside My Head 2/28/2014
112. #210 What Am I To Think? 2/28/2014
113. #209 The End 2/28/2014
114. #207 So Little 2/28/2014
115. #206 As Long As I’m With Amalie 2/28/2014
116. #205 The Sound Of Us 2/28/2014
117. #204 An Invisible Hand 2/28/2014
118. #203 Just In Time 2/28/2014
119. #223 Here And There 2/28/2014
120. #208 If I Could Read Your Mind 2/28/2014

Comments about Jimmie Arrington

  • Zoila T. Flores Zoila T. Flores (7/11/2014 11:51:00 PM)

    well[ enough is enough, nice poem

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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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#357 Tonight

No, I don't love her anymore,
I've already closed that door.
I don't care what she might say
Or exactly why she couldn't stay.
But I wonder beneath the moon's light,
Who's roof is she under tonight?

I don't think of her each day
I've healed from all that disarray.

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