Mary Nagy

Rookie (11-08-1970)

Mary Nagy Poems

81. They Said Goodbye 1/5/2007
82. I'Ve Gone Back ~ Part 6 1/4/2007
83. Is Management Stirring The Embers? 10/7/2005
84. How ''Mary Nagy'' Became ''Maggie'' 11/15/2005
85. Trust Me 11/22/2005
86. We'Re Just ''Fancy'' Like That 3/7/2006
87. ''Mom, Please Wash Baby Ducky! '' 3/7/2006
88. Dad 2/18/2005
89. Could Anything Blossom If It Believed It Could? 3/31/2006
90. The Scent Of Lilac 4/8/2005
91. Those Were The Days 8/10/2005
92. My Rock 2/16/2005
93. If Loving You Were Easy 2/16/2005
94. Same Old Nightmare 3/28/2005
95. Stinging Words 4/8/2005
96. Melt Me Into The Picture 2/11/2006
97. Our Differences 2/18/2005
98. My Poemhunter Family 11/3/2005
99. Christmas Together 11/20/2005
100. We Care 8/31/2005
101. Michigan Is The Place For Me 10/17/2005
102. If You Gave Your Soul A Voice 8/6/2005
103. We Proved Them Wrong 10/24/2005
104. The World Is Self Destructing 9/1/2005
105. Introducing Ernestine 9/13/2005
106. Finding Uriah's Angel 9/26/2005
107. The Deadly Flu 9/30/2005
108. My Name Is Way Too Boring! 9/30/2005
109. I Still See That Girl 3/29/2006
110. Cowpies Of Life 1/6/2006
111. Did We Meet? 3/11/2006
112. Holiday Madness 12/6/2005
113. Turning 20 Today 3/4/2009
114. Don'T Count Me Out Of Life Yet! 2/21/2006
115. Don'T Doubt Me 3/6/2006
116. Ignore 1/11/2006
117. Charity Turns 13 Today! 10/6/2005
118. I Saw You Speak To The Trees 3/17/2006
119. I Found Another Website! 3/7/2006
120. You Are On My List! 12/16/2005

Comments about Mary Nagy

  • Angelique' Rockwell Angelique' Rockwell (9/15/2005 3:02:00 PM)

    i love 'when peots get bored', it is so true!

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  • Theodora Onken (8/10/2005 7:38:00 PM)

    I just love your work. Please continue to write!

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  • David Gerardino (6/30/2005 11:14:00 PM)

    mary, iv written about 5 new poems, and im wondering what you think of them.........

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  • Ronberge . (5/17/2005 12:17:00 PM)

    Bonjour Mary,

    Just a quick word to say: I like your poetry!

    Bonne route!


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  • Michael Findlay (4/29/2005 8:50:00 AM)

    Thank you for your message. Your a very good poet yoursef and hope i will be able to learn from you one day.

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  • Janice M Pickett (3/20/2005 5:38:00 PM)

    Mary you are indeed a great poet. I love your work and have included you as a friend. I hope that is alright with you.

    Janice M Pickett

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  • Lare Austin (3/20/2005 10:44:00 AM)

    Hi Mary...'Have You Ever Wondered' is haunting...sends chills up the back just wondering indeed...very well written...


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  • Lare Austin (3/20/2005 10:41:00 AM)

    Hi Mary...I've been reading some of your poetry from your page...I must say you are a very talented poet...I see styles and phrases and measures that I am quite enveyous of...I especially liked your poem 'The Woman I Once Was'...remindes me of a quote from Mark Twain...'The older I get the better I used to be...'...

    Just me, Lare

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  • Seán O' Muiriosa (3/18/2005 4:18:00 PM)

    Thank you very much for your lovely comments on my poetry. Your a quite a poet yourself. Keep writing : -)

    Warm regards,

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Best Poem of Mary Nagy

A Family Divided

Once more we talk about it.
How sad it's all become.
No matter how we look at it
this family is not one.

They say it shouldn't matter.
Who needs them after all?
But, please explain the pain I feel
even though I've got it all.

I see my pain and emptiness
like a hollowed out old tree...
It may seem to be standing tall
but, it's empty just like me.

There's such a contradiction
to my entire life.
I'm happy and fulfilled
being a mother and a wife.

What about 'a sister'
and 'a daughter' about that?
These are roles I was ...

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The Walls Are Crumbling

As I tried to grasp some meaning
from within her silent cries,
I felt her soul reach out to me
from deep within her eyes.

I saw the walls were crumbling
and falling to the ground.
Perhaps this is a fresh start
the two of us have found.