Marie WardAlonge


Marie WardAlonge Poems

1. My Beautiful Lee 10/1/2009
2. Silence Interrupted 10/1/2009
3. Your Girl 10/2/2009
4. What A Difference... 10/5/2009
5. Treat 10/5/2009
6. Doubts 10/5/2009
7. Escape 10/6/2009
8. When Spring Came... 10/6/2009
9. Raging 10/13/2009
10. No Other 10/16/2009
11. Sunset-A Tribute To A Freedom Worker 10/16/2009
12. My Intentions 10/25/2009
13. Persuasion 10/25/2009
14. Retrospect 10/25/2009
15. Special Friends 10/26/2009
16. Hunk 10/26/2009
17. No More Despair 10/29/2009
18. My Thoughts 10/29/2009
19. In Advance 4/2/2010
20. The Dark Room 5/31/2010
21. My Grandmother's Love (Lakers -V-Celtics) 6/3/2010
22. Perhaps, She Just Loved Him 10/28/2010
23. Flashbacks 10/28/2010
24. The Search 10/28/2010
25. International Flavor 10/29/2010
26. The Let Go 10/29/2010
27. A Woman's Debt 12/9/2010
28. Soul Mate 12/19/2010
29. These Brown Legs Won't Stay Yours Forever 12/21/2010
30. Christmas Cheer 12/26/2010
31. Remember When... 12/26/2010
32. My Black Woman's Strut 1/10/2011
33. 14 1/18/2011
34. Firstborn 5/13/2011
35. Send You A Card 5/15/2011
36. Awake 5/19/2011
37. Memories Of Yesterday... 9/4/2011
38. Saint Mary (St. Mary) 9/5/2011
39. That 16th Floor 9/15/2011
40. He Was A Father 9/30/2011

Comments about Marie WardAlonge

  • Omiat Kings (6/18/2010 2:02:00 PM)

    Nice poem! Go Lakers!

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  • Hossam Bounab (3/20/2010 5:53:00 AM)

    Nice, those words seem sincere.yes, we may not be the best, but that does not mean, we're the worst.we must only to try our best to be the best among the rest, then we can get a good harvest, just be always in the contest :)

Best Poem of Marie WardAlonge

A Father's Regret

A father she had loved but never seen.
A picture sent by him when she was in her teens.
A physical feature she had from his genes
She heard people say she had to be his.
They would tease.
To her, some people could be very mean.

While both parents were many miles away,
Her grandmother kept her.
She was strict.
You dared to interrupt.
She would often have the last say.
She loved that child unconditionally.
She stayed while others chose to flee.

Living in the city, her father had opportunities to many treats.
On the farm, waiting for her father ...

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The Mirror

I have a mirror.
I look in it everyday.
Sometimes, it's not what I want to see.
Instead, it's what I want to be.

My hope is to think clearer.
It's that mirror I want to break.
That shattered glass comes with consequences.
It looms with seven years of mistakes.

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