Biography of Kelsi Brockway
Just a wannabe poet
Kelsi Brockway Poems
Willow tree, willow tree how lovely you are your branches weep and bow to the wind
Up the hill we climb The old sled in tow Snow flakes pepper my coat As up the hill we go
Speak softly My gentle villian For the words you speak bring pain They cut me deep
Just Tear Me Apart
Tear me apart Till there is nothing left Take no prisoners and tell no lies The hurt that you caused
Now I Hear The Birds
was lost for so long never seeing never feeling stuck in winter
the trees shed their secrets the snow covers the gardens i feel so cold so keep telling me those lovely little lies
Memories plague me They remind me of you And what you ment to me Before you didn't come through
If I Were To Be Reborn
If i were to be reborn I would want to be a raindropp So worldly and travled i couldnt be ignored Through lifes bitter storm
Crashing trees and burning fears They make us shed endless tears Filling eyes and flowing hate
Snow Day (A Poem By My 8 Year Old Littl...
Up at 6 in the morning out the window there is snow it covers the roads and covers the fields so I turn on the radio
Are You Proud Of Me Yet?
Do you see What you've done to me? The scars on my wrist they do not go away All the things i do
lost words never heard they die before they reach the mouth in my head screaming for help
Who cares what you think? Who cares about your clothes? I dont think you realize That this whole thing is getting old.
What's It Like?
What's it like to win but not fight? What's it like to come out of a fight
the trees shed their secrets
the snow covers the gardens
i feel so cold
so keep telling me those lovely little lies
about how you love me so
how i am the only one for you
But now i have reached the cold, hardened ground
My hands and feet buried in the cold snow
the death of the flowers led to the death of you and me