Rookie (6-25-39 / STAUNTON, VA)


1. I Lost A Friend 9/22/2007
2. They Dug A Hole 10/9/2007
3. You Said Hello 10/13/2007
4. The Steps 4/13/2008
5. Fly Away Sweet Baby, Fly Away Home 4/18/2008
6. Troubling Memories 5/5/2008
7. The River Flows 5/5/2008
8. I Cry 5/16/2008
9. Trouble, Trouble, Troubles In My Soul 5/16/2008
10. A Moonlight Night 11/4/2007
11. The Sad Man On The Corner 5/22/2008
12. Life Is Cold 10/13/2007
13. Can I Do It? 10/27/2007
14. Its Christmas Time Again 12/1/2007
15. The Old Man On The Corner 12/6/2007
16. My Eyes Aren'T Sad Anymore 11/25/2007
17. She Was A Great And Grand Lady 5/23/2008
18. Are You Troubled 5/22/2008
19. Fog On The Mountain 10/27/2007
20. Goodbye Old Friend 10/11/2007
21. Depression Hurts 10/11/2007

Comments about jJO CAREY

  • Kristin Davis (10/30/2006 4:55:00 PM)

    Jo Carey is a heart warming, soul-speaking poetess! Her words speak volumes and reach out and touch your heart! I am honored she calls me her friend and even more so that she considers me her soul sister! Love you!


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Best Poem of jJO CAREY

Depression Hurts

Depression hurts when you grow old
And life has passed you by
No more dreams to think about
Or even wishes to come true

You lose a friend and then another and
There's no past to talk about
No laughter, only tears to shed
That others cannot see

Depression hurts no matter what you try
It breaks you down till nothing matters
Life doesn't matter either
You come or go, who cares

No one that really cares too much
No friend thats left to tell your troubles to
No love that puts its arms around you
And holds you close.

Why stay and sit in...

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A Moonlight Night

I sat outside on a moonlight night with stars twinking in the sky
A beautiful dress I wore of silver tears and sparkles
I wished, oh how I wished that life was not so sad
Wished for old dreams to come true again

I sat and sang a song, one from long ago
The words coming one after the other
From my troubled mind, I don't know now how I knew them
But they echoed down the hill and into the valley