Meghan

Rookie (Sept 6,1990)

Meghan Poems

1. Whiskey 6/22/2006
2. Sunshine 6/22/2006
3. The Question 6/27/2006
4. Vacant Pain And Empty Feelings 7/3/2006
5. The Moment Between Dying And Death 7/15/2006
6. The Gentleman 7/26/2006
7. Painfully Shy 7/26/2006
8. Beauty Is In The Eye Of The Beholder 7/27/2006
9. Dibble Dabble....Scribble..Nonsense 12/22/2006
10. The Sun Ii 12/22/2006
11. Candle Light 12/22/2006
12. In This World Alone 12/22/2006
13. Beautiful 12/22/2006
14. High 12/22/2006
15. Precious Oil 12/22/2006
16. Season Of Violence 12/22/2006
17. Life 12/22/2006
18. Enchanted World Of Green 12/22/2006
19. New Identity 12/22/2006
20. Creation And Elimination 12/22/2006
21. Movement 12/22/2006
22. Propaganda 12/22/2006
23. Silence 12/22/2006
24. Silence Ii 12/22/2006
25. Drought 12/22/2006
26. I Would Have Rather Drowned 12/26/2006
27. Lost In The Esctasy Of Night 1/6/2007
28. How Vain That Sad Sun 3/10/2007
29. Prisoner Of The Sky 3/10/2007
30. The Weight Of Purpose 3/13/2007
31. In Worship Of Morpheus 3/13/2007
32. Lost Love 3/13/2007
33. Another Tomorrow 3/13/2007
34. Egos 4/7/2007
35. Winter Morning 4/7/2007
36. Senses Trickled 7/19/2007
37. Mutated 11/15/2007
38. Liquid Light 11/15/2007
39. Foreign Affairs 11/15/2007
40. Dreams 11/15/2007

Comments about Meghan

  • Jerry Hughes (9/10/2007 3:09:00 AM)

    ....extraordinary writing from one so young

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  • Kyle Shield Laster (6/12/2006 5:59:00 PM)

    u are a really great poet and u kinda write the way i do...i admire u for writing about being talked about, but i'm sure those names are false...anyway...i love your poetry and i wish u all the best...keep at it...love love

Best Poem of Meghan

Erosion

drooping willow trees, along a cold, lonely creek
praying to the river to not wash it's foundation, it's sweet soil away
to take from it's roots' grasp will fall deep down in the water to lay
sleeping in rot in the fast flowing grave
ripped from the Earth, it's only home
will carry it's life on down the river alone
slipping past and amongst it's kind,
the onlookers whose terror comes in time
there will be a day when the banks and sands of every stream, river and ocean
will be diminished away, their barriers broken
the world will be a flood of water, swirling ...

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Sunshine

a willow weeps in the glowing dawn
a baby moose and a placid fawn
have all slipped away into yesterday's gone
the sun once shone on dewey flowers
sparkling away in such pleasant hours
like dust in the wind
it's all lost again
but never will a creature forget
that when the sun sets

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