Lana May Hamlin

Rookie (Russia)

Lana May Hamlin Poems

1. Sensual 4/2/2007
2. His Decision 4/2/2007
3. Her Worries 4/2/2007
4. Your Promise 4/2/2007
5. Just Hold On 4/2/2007
6. Our Dance 4/2/2007
7. Words Unspoken 4/2/2007
8. His Heartbreaking Charade 4/2/2007
9. Alive Again 4/14/2007
10. Someday 4/14/2007
11. Please 4/14/2007
12. True Love 4/14/2007
13. ~stal3 & L{iss~ 6/11/2007
14. Never-Ending Battle 6/15/2007
15. Our Heaven 7/2/2007
16. The Delay 7/11/2007
17. Destiny 4/2/2007
18. Only Seven 4/2/2007
19. The Last Good-Bye 4/2/2007
20. Heavenly Night 4/2/2007
21. Never Stop The Search 8/22/2007
22. The In Betweens 8/23/2007
23. Shadows Of Forgotten Dreams 4/2/2007
24. Too Much To Ask For 4/2/2007
25. Lies From Sensual Lips 4/2/2007
26. A Beautiful Stranger 4/2/2007
27. Lost 4/2/2007
28. You’re Finally Gone 7/11/2007
29. I Don’t Want To Say Goodbye 7/23/2007

Comments about Lana May Hamlin

  • Joe Doti (8/3/2008 7:03:00 PM)

    All your poems just bring me closer to you....yea most are hard to read but it makes me appreciate that i have someone like you in my life. I miss you so much right now. Everyday is just another day with out you. I love you always. I cant wait to come see you.

    Your Joe

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Best Poem of Lana May Hamlin

I Don’t Want To Say Goodbye

I close my eyes and I see your face
Our perfect memories replay in my mind
I miss the feeling of your strong embrace
Your deep kisses I can no longer find
I need to move on the way you did
But something deep inside me has another plan
Maybe you’re the only one for me

I don’t want to say goodbye
I just want you by my side
Tonight, tomorrow, for always

I lay in bed longing to have your arms wrapped around me
I want to hear your sweet voice whispered in my ear
I need to feel the love flowing from your heart to mine
Baby, I just need you here


Read the full of I Don’t Want To Say Goodbye

Only Seven

She was only seven when her life was turned upside-down
She was only seven when she learned to constantly hide her frown
She was only seven when her mother was killed
And her life became unfulfilled
She had to walk through life always being alone
Being so scared, to even go home
The threat of her life always being at stake
Her happiness was something she had to remake
She picked up the rest of her shattered heart up off the floor

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