Kaila George

Freshman - 983 Points (20 October 1962 / New Zealand)

Kaila George Poems

41. Children Of The Heart 6/19/2012
42. Doubts (About Myself) 6/20/2012
43. A Little Prayer 6/20/2012
44. Changes In Time 6/20/2012
45. The After Wake 6/20/2012
46. Abuse 6/13/2012
47. Your Worth More Than Words 6/20/2012
48. You'Re Forvever In Her Dreams 6/25/2012
49. Forever Young 6/25/2012
50. Of Writing A Poets Dream 6/26/2012
51. Definition 6/25/2012
52. Hope (Its The Light At The End Of The Tunnel) 6/26/2012
53. In Our Society Torn 6/26/2012
54. Popularity 6/26/2012
55. A Chaos Of Thought 6/26/2012
56. Two Simple Words 6/27/2012
57. The Goddess Of Love 6/27/2012
58. Fear Is Just A Word 6/28/2012
59. Silence (Version 2) 6/28/2012
60. Honesty 7/1/2012
61. The Jokers In Our Lives 7/1/2012
62. Moonbeam Princess 7/2/2012
63. The Swan Song 7/2/2012
64. A Childs Dream 7/2/2012
65. Shame 7/2/2012
66. Kiwi Slangs 7/2/2012
67. Once A Year 7/2/2012
68. Rocky Road 7/3/2012
69. Life Gets You Down 7/3/2012
70. Greed 7/3/2012
71. Bliss 7/8/2012
72. Christmas To Me 7/8/2012
73. Vision 7/9/2012
74. I Write With My Heart 7/8/2012
75. The Creators Touch 7/9/2012
76. Foundation Of Love 7/10/2012
77. Into A Fountain Of Pain 7/10/2012
78. Creativity 7/11/2012
79. Majestic Beauty 7/10/2012
80. What God Gave To Thee 7/5/2012
Best Poem of Kaila George

Can He Really See What I See

The night sky shone of glittering stars
as she gazed upon the splendor
and wondered does my true love
See the same stars I see
can he feel the same breeze
That caresses my cheeks
As I stare into the sunsets of old
Does he see how the stars
Are arranged in the sky
For star gazers to depict
What they believe is there
in the night filled skies
Does he feel the sand?
as he visits a beach
a lake that shines and glitters in the sun
Can he hear the birds that sing to thee
Sweet songs of melodies
I reach out to him
and hold him close
But ...

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Human Nature

Why dose human nature
make life a misery
Never really knowing
the paths you chose to lead

For some their lives are easy
for others not so good
The consequences of actions
often blind the good

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