Mary Roach

Rookie (October 6th 1993 / St. Joseph MO)

Mary Roach Poems

1. Choose 11/5/2007
2. Backstabber To The End 11/6/2007
3. Bumblebee Confession 11/6/2007
4. Can You Imagine 11/6/2007
5. Cries 11/6/2007
6. Girl 11/6/2007
7. Lost 11/6/2007
8. Morning 11/6/2007
9. Recovering 11/6/2007
10. Sleep 11/6/2007
11. Someday 11/6/2007
12. Thanksgiving Morning 11/6/2007
13. The Promise 11/6/2007
14. When 11/6/2007
15. Secrets 11/14/2007
16. Beware 11/14/2007
17. My Little Star 8/31/2009
18. Prejudice 8/31/2009
19. Passion 8/31/2009
20. Life As I Know It 2/2/2010
21. Guide 2/4/2010
22. Hate 2/4/2010
23. Her 2/4/2010
24. Hope 2/4/2010
25. Just Another Game 2/4/2010
26. Breakfast 2/4/2010
27. Make It Through 2/4/2010
28. Man In Blue 2/4/2010
29. Miss Me 2/4/2010
30. My Demon 2/4/2010
31. The Box 2/4/2010
32. The Memory 2/4/2010
33. Together Forever 2/4/2010
34. Valentine 2/12/2010
35. The Truth About Love 10/15/2007
36. Speechless 10/19/2007
37. Sitting In The Darkness 10/15/2007
38. The New View Of Love 10/15/2007
39. Sleepless Nights 11/5/2007
40. After Death 2/2/2010
Best Poem of Mary Roach

One Window Is All I Need

One window is all I need
To understand the world that lies ahead
To see what is in store for my future
To learn about the values of life
To understand the feelings of others
To wander the world with my eyes and heart open
To find a love so true and full
To experience the faithfulness of a friend
To change the way I’m living
To feel good about what I do and have no regrets
To love as only I can

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Sleepless Nights

So many sleepless nights.
The wall of protection has fallen and crumbled allowing the enemy to walk right over the rubble and make their attack.
The barrier has split and let the enemy in.
So many sleepless nights.
His face taunts my dreams and his memories haunt my waking hours.
I feel like I am slowly being dragged down life’s rock road and am hitting every pothole in the pavement.
So many sleepless nights.
Is there no mercy?
I pray that the haunting, the taunting, and suffering will

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