Lily Espinosa

Lily Espinosa Poems

81. Winters Whisper 12/18/2005
82. Broken Pieces 12/28/2005
83. Merciless Regret 1/5/2006
84. Back Where I Belong 1/25/2006
85. What Becomes Of A Child? 2/10/2006
86. What Are You Thinking? 5/5/2006
87. Power 6/29/2006
88. Unwanted, Yet Ever-Present 7/20/2006
89. This Is My Revelation 10/2/2006
90. Even Today 10/2/2006
91. Spilt All Over The Page 11/2/2007
92. A 11/2/2007
93. Micky Take- 'A' 11/2/2007
94. Everyday (They Just Won'T Quit) 6/29/2006
95. Excitement In A Library 11/1/2007
96. My Desire 7/6/2005
97. See It All Works Out In The End (I Always Knew I'D Come Back To You) 6/14/2005
98. Inevitable Fate 9/4/2005
99. Keeping My Hands To Myself 6/2/2005
100. Help Is Lost For You 2/18/2005
101. A Simple Little Poem 6/1/2005
102. You'Ll Never Know Until You Try 8/11/2005
103. I Won'T Replace Her 3/23/2005
104. Self Destruction Fuels Creativity 5/28/2005
105. Oil And Water 8/28/2005
106. Don'T Play With My Emotions 5/6/2006
107. Death Of A Soul Mate; Death Of The Girl 5/29/2005

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

Death Of A Soul Mate; Death Of The Girl

Her hero's gone away,
Will he come back another day?
She could not say.

She let her soul mate run away,
And something inside of her died.
'Now I don't want to come out and play',
The little girl cried.

Left all alone in such a big world,
He is not there to protect her,
No longer will he make her feel safe
In his warm embrace.

He used to love her but things have changed,
The girl is alone.
She let her soul mate escape,
Her insides hollow, the girl is left opaque.

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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,

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