Joy Lovelet Crawford

Rookie (December 8th 1963 / Montego Bay, St. James, Jamaica. W.I)

Joy Lovelet Crawford Poems

1. Woman Invincible 3/22/2007
2. Eruption 3/22/2007
3. Helpless 3/30/2007
4. My Ghost 10/16/2007
5. The Next Time 6/24/2008
6. You On Me 6/24/2008
7. Damsel 6/24/2008
8. Anticipation 6/24/2008
9. A Smile 11/5/2008
10. Amoeba 11/5/2008
11. Another Place 11/5/2008
12. By Whose Authority/Who Am I 11/5/2008
13. Change 11/5/2008
14. For All Who Dare To Love 11/5/2008
15. Friends 11/5/2008
16. I Want To Love You 11/5/2008
17. I Wondered Who Made It So 11/5/2008
18. My Destiny To Give 11/5/2008
19. My Man 11/5/2008
20. New Plea 11/5/2008
21. No Fight 11/5/2008
22. No Return 11/5/2008
23. No Words 11/5/2008
24. None Compare 11/5/2008
25. Prelude 11/5/2008
26. Recovery 11/5/2008
27. Standing In The Shadows 11/5/2008
28. The Chains Of The Past 11/5/2008
29. The Cry Of A Humble Man 11/5/2008
30. The Discipline Of Nature 11/5/2008
31. The Fool Of Oneself 11/5/2008
32. The Inevitable 11/5/2008
33. The Joy Of Life 11/5/2008
34. The Joy Of Very Few 11/5/2008
35. The Prisoner The Society 11/5/2008
36. The Sweet Bitter Twinge Of Love 11/5/2008
37. Know Your Ways 11/5/2008
38. Life Is What You Make Of It 11/5/2008
39. Listen Wisely 11/5/2008
40. Love 11/5/2008

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Childs Destiny

What is a child’s destiny?
Is it our corrupt family structure, politics, prices, poverty, poor housing or our social condition?

Is it fair to let him face such a world?
Why create a generation and let them die in no time
Is it fair to let him face such a world?
Why create a child without a destiny.

Don’t do it for fun or for a pastime,
A child is important
Never create a being without a purpose
Think about the destiny of a child.

Read the full of Childs Destiny


Rhythm beating, feet stamping, lights flickering, people shouting
The music beats heavily, it vibrates within the soul, the steam rises from the dance floor, the lights red, blue, pink and flickering silver capture the dancers

The person scream, shout, gasps at the peak of this sensational climax, then suddenly
Shouts, screams, gasps at the power failure, the emotions change but not the peak
The people argue, fuss, fight and bite as the eruption of the agony takes place.

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