Lily Espinosa


Lily Espinosa Poems

41. Maybe I Feel The Same 8/22/2005
42. Little Girl 7/26/2005
43. The Things That Nightmares Are Made Of 7/27/2005
44. Kindness Of A Stranger 7/11/2005
45. Hiding 7/25/2005
46. Slice Into Flesh 7/25/2005
47. I'M In Your Element Baby 7/26/2005
48. Goodbye To Me 7/26/2005
49. Lure Of The Forbidden Fruit 7/26/2005
50. Theres Nothing Like Killing Yourself - Part 2 2/19/2005
51. A Bad Month, A Bad Life 2/18/2005
52. Crap Little Poem 7/6/2005
53. Why Did You Have To Show Me That Side? 7/31/2005
54. A Painting Fit For A King 8/2/2005
55. I Don'T Need 8/2/2005
56. Winters Whisper 12/18/2005
57. Broken Pieces 12/28/2005
58. Merciless Regret 1/5/2006
59. Back Where I Belong 1/25/2006
60. What Becomes Of A Child? 2/10/2006
61. What Are You Thinking? 5/5/2006
62. Power 6/29/2006
63. Unwanted, Yet Ever-Present 7/20/2006
64. This Is My Revelation 10/2/2006
65. Even Today 10/2/2006
66. Spilt All Over The Page 11/2/2007
67. A 11/2/2007
68. Micky Take- 'A' 11/2/2007
69. Everyday (They Just Won'T Quit) 6/29/2006
70. Excitement In A Library 11/1/2007
71. Two Different People 3/23/2005
72. Time For A New Beginning 4/12/2005
73. Heros 2/18/2005
74. Blindly Vigelent 2/18/2005
75. It's Dead 2/18/2005
76. Please, Never Leave 9/16/2005
77. You'Re The Angel, I'M The Punishment 9/21/2005
78. My Desire 7/6/2005
79. Inevitable Fate 9/4/2005
80. Keeping My Hands To Myself 6/2/2005

Comments about Lily Espinosa

  • Mary Nagy (6/1/2005 11:50:00 AM)

    Yes, you are a poet, and a very good one. sincerely, Mary

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Best Poem of Lily Espinosa

The Beginning

Alone.
I sit here, confused, new to this,
Unwilling to be found out,
Hiding behind my computer screen.

As the soft, untouched fingers glide over the black keys,
I laugh, laugh from within,
What am i doing here?
You'll probably never see me again.

Read the full of The Beginning

The Way Of Life

Isn't it strange,
How life has a way,
Of tricking you.
Issues kept from childhood,
Brushed so far away, they have seemingly been 'dealt with',
Except they haven't.
Only when re-faced with the problem do you realise it was never really solved,
That there was a grudge being kept,
A cobweb to be swept away,