Marc Robinson Poems
|1.||I Know Where I Stand||5/4/2007|
|3.||Point Of Origin||5/13/2007|
|4.||It Scares Me||5/22/2007|
|5.||The Travel To Work||5/22/2007|
|6.||I Don’t Worry For You, I Just Happen To Care A Lot||5/26/2007|
|7.||All That I Hold Onto||6/14/2007|
|8.||Heaven Can Wait||9/28/2009|
|9.||Today I Was||4/18/2007|
|10.||My Love Letter To You||4/13/2007|
|11.||Sands Of Love||4/13/2007|
|12.||Frustration At Recent Times||6/6/2009|
|13.||I Am A Transformer||5/14/2007|
|14.||Oh The Magic Of It All||9/28/2009|
|15.||Don’t Feel Obliged||4/13/2007|
|17.||Everyone Needs A Reason||5/25/2007|
|18.||Feeling So Close/So Far||4/18/2007|
|19.||The Dreaded Question||4/19/2007|
|22.||My Blood And Tears, Are Words And Sentences||5/8/2007|
Comments about Marc Robinson
The Dreaded Question
So what do you want to do in your life?
Is that question asked for them or you?
Do they ask this because they wish to know,
Or because they know what they wish to do,
And merely wish to talk about that.
Is there any real reason for that question to be asked.
As my answer I wish to be seen then,
Rather than talked about now.
To try and explain,
The faith I have,
And the way I live my life.
But why should I try and justify,
Explain, and reason
How I live,
And what I wish to accomplish in my life.
That dreaded question of
So what do ...
Truth is rewarding.
Truth is cutting.
Truth is liberating.
Truth is harsh.
Truth is vital.
Truth is needed.