Biography of Manta Rogers
When I finally entered school at the age of twelve, and in to fifth grade, after being home schooled since the end of first grade. I never expected that people would comment on my poems. I would always expected that people would hate them. I thank my teacher for giving us the chance to write poems ever since. Finally, now in seventh grade and summer drawing near, I write poems every day and my core teacher likes them. Truth to tell, these weren't my happy poems i made two years ago. I was sad and depressed, and been like that ever since last year. We had to put down my dog that I loved. Though i may act as a cheerful person online, and at home, I am not happy as i act. Thanks to my acting classes and plays for home schoolers, I had acted so good that none of my friends new the truth about how i felt. On top of that, I'm being verbally harassed at school and no one is caring about that. So, to forget all my problems and hope for comments on my poems I am finally sharing them on the internet, here at Poemhunter.com.
Manta Rogers Poems
As Much As I Wish
As much as I wish it doesn't, Words will forever hurt me. As much as I want to, I can never ignore them.
Frozen Fire, Dragon Tears
Frozen Fire, Dragon Tears. A challenge, Yet,
For Once, A Happy Thought
I sit here, Thinking of a happy thought for once. That happy thought was of Me and my friends,
Far Away, Yet Close
Beth- You may be far, But that won't stop me From thinking about you.
The Weeping Willow
My dreams fell apart, One by one, In front of me As he laid there,
Mir And Gir Never More...
Mir and Gir... The duet are gone... The sky isn't a nebo, blue sky. The sontse, sunshine, isn't shining.
The rain pours down The windows. I run out side, And dance in the rain,
Just A Dream
I dream of a world With no fighting in it, With no wars. But as much as I dream,
Do You See Though The Paint?
What do you see When you look at me? Do you see the innocent girl That is forever waiting for approval?
As Much As I Wish
As much as I wish it doesn't,
Words will forever hurt me.
As much as I want to,
I can never ignore them.
As much as I dream,
They never go away.
But its nice
To have friends
Who care about you.