Kim Hooten

Rookie (October 11,1988 / West Allis, Wisconsin)

Kim Hooten Poems

1. Scapegoat 1/19/2005
2. Shattered Mirror 1/19/2005
3. Bittersweet 1/19/2005
4. Go... 1/19/2005
5. The Rope 1/19/2005
6. As I Watch The World Go... 1/19/2005
7. Magic Can'T Solve Everything... 1/19/2005
8. Fall Apart... 1/19/2005
9. Noctem Aeternus 1/19/2005
10. If Only... 1/25/2005
11. Happy Valentine's Day 1/19/2005
12. Love 1/19/2005
13. To My Best Friend Brad... From Years Ago... 1/13/2005
14. Heart Of The Beholder 1/14/2006
15. Fountain Of Life 1/14/2006
16. Me 1/14/2006
17. Winter Haiku 1/14/2006
18. Close Your Eyes 1/14/2006
19. The Window (Continued...) 5/10/2005
20. Poison 1/14/2006
21. Salvation 1/14/2006
22. Run 1/14/2006
23. Yours 1/13/2005
24. Loss... 1/19/2005
25. The Edge 1/19/2005
26. Rhythm 1/14/2006
27. Returned 1/13/2005
28. Soulmate 1/14/2006
29. Alone 1/19/2005
30. Lies 1/19/2005
31. Betrayed 1/19/2005
32. (whisper) 1/13/2005
33. To My 'Loving' Parents... 1/13/2005
34. I Loved It When... 1/13/2005
35. Revenge 1/19/2005

Comments about Kim Hooten

  • Gina PrettyBrownEyes (2/6/2005 5:44:00 PM)

    i really like your attitude, you remind me of one of my 'gothic' friends. im against stereotypes too. i love your poems, your style is amazing. keep fighting those stereotypes!
    HAPPY BUNNY ROCKS ;)

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Best Poem of Kim Hooten

I Loved It When...

I love the way you look at me,
I love the way you smile.
I love the way you lean on me,
For just a little while.
I love it when you hold me tight,
I love the way you smell.
I love the way your hand finds mine,
Though you’d never tell.
I love the way I feel with you,
I love it when you’re shy.
I love it when you fall asleep,
And when I catch your eye.
I love it how you’re always there,
And how we’re meant to be.
But mostly I just love you,
Because of the way you love me.

Read the full of I Loved It When...

Bittersweet

I know you care,
I've seen you cry.
Just for me,
I've seen you try.
In your eyes,
I saw the love.
Thought you were sent,
From skys above.
But now you say,