Biography of lisa hancox
lisa hancox Poems
What Friendship Should Be
a friend should be radical they should love you when you're unloveable hug you when you're unhuggable and bear you when you're unbearable
when two people understand eachother in their innermost hearts their words are sweet
I came as a stranger; as a stranger now I leave. The flowers of May once
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What Am I?
What am I if I curl around the world like a bed of knives? What am I if I'm a murderer? What am I if I take someones life? What am I if people fear me?
why wont you look me in the eye? you wont even say hi! is it something that ive done? or is it just for fun?
pitter patter, i am falling down pitter patter, i am falling harder catch me, catch me or i will get you quick, RUN, i am coming
I might show my face But then i might not Shall i make it a nice day? Or shall i call my friend?
It Can'T Be Can It?
a spirit drifts through the black mist, of your bare cellar and hall, groaning with noises of sighing wind, it can't be a ghost you say to yourself,
As the boats crash and smash the rocks dry, and why the wind curls and swirls the air chills and spills
I can freeze the Cool autumn air. I bring the season for Christmas And help spread the joy.
The World The First Time
what is that ball in the sky, mother? shining so silvery bright, what is it that casts a shadow, and sits there all night?
when two people
in their innermost hearts
their words are sweet
like the fragrance