Biography of Kailynd McGregor
My name is Kailynd L. McGregor, and I love poetry. I cannot go anywhere with out my journal and a pen. I am 18 years old and I would love to have my works published. My mother, grandfather, great grandmother, are all published authors, so you could say its in my blood.I'm a senior in high school, and I live at the gateway to Glacier National Park, one of the most beautiful places on earth.
Kailynd McGregor's Works:
I've only been published in some of our local magazines and newspapers.
Kailynd McGregor Poems
I Still Love You
You told me that you'd love me forever, I guess you lied, You said that you wanted me And that you cared.
Daddy Why Don'T You Love Me?
Daddy Why do you love her, and not me? You said I was your little girl, Then you said I wasn’t even your daughter.
Poetry Class Poem
The sun like, Millions of golden raindrops, Are falling on the land. The moon like,
A Little Bit Of Happiness
Photographs capture memories Good and bad alike Sad times and happy times They capture the emotion
WAR SHAKEN HEROES WANTING TO LIVE BUT WAITING TO DIE
True Meaning Of Love
Walking along, all by myself Strolling through the woods, dark and wet The towering trees slightly bending The wind whistling through my hair
Love, Heart-wrenching, emotional, Wanting, waiting, dreaming, It is blind, and unrequited-
In The Rain
i've always wanted to make love in the rain. bodies on fire, the rain like little kisses to every part of the body, everything slick and wet.
Bloody, and pungent Salty streams of tears. Piercing screams, In the midst of silence.
Once I was, A weeping tree, Standing tall, and willowy. Dancing in the wind,
Listen To Their Stories
Take some time to listen To their stories of long ago You just might learn something You didn't already know
I Still Love You
You told me that you'd love me forever,
I guess you lied,
You said that you wanted me
And that you cared.
But I guess that changed when you met her.
Her, that perfect girl for you
The one you'll give your heart to, instead of me.
I gave you my everything, but that wasn't good enough.
I gave you my heart, and you walked on it.