Michael Carlson

Rookie - 0 Points (12/30/1994 / Phoenix, Arizona)

Michael Carlson Poems

1. What Is Wrong With Me? 8/24/2008
2. When I Space 8/24/2008
3. Roam 8/29/2008
4. Rusty Old Cory 9/2/2008
5. Love Is In The Air 9/3/2008
6. What Love Is 9/5/2008
7. The Same Old Story 9/6/2008
8. Run 9/10/2008
9. In Pursuit Of Death 11/5/2008
10. Nature's Down Fall 1/2/2009
11. Longing 1/27/2009
12. World Shot To Hell 1/27/2009
13. Nightmares 1/27/2009
14. When You'Re In Love 1/28/2009
15. The Loosing Game 3/11/2009
16. Marionettes Despair 4/5/2009
17. It Never Ends 3/25/2012
18. Memories 3/25/2012
19. Lies 3/25/2012
20. Where I'M From 3/25/2012
21. In Light Of Life 3/25/2012
22. Take Me Away 3/6/2013
23. I'M In Love With You Girl 3/6/2013
24. Tomb 3/6/2013
25. One Is Enough 3/6/2013
26. What And Where 3/6/2013
27. Why; Why 3/6/2013
28. The One Who Holds My Heart 3/6/2013
29. What Do You Think 4/4/2009
30. Isolation 3/6/2013
31. Pain Of Me 3/25/2012
32. I Am Guardian 9/10/2008
33. What Happens When You Die? 8/24/2008
34. Staring Down 8/22/2008
35. Watching From The Side Lines 8/24/2008
36. Please Kill Me 3/11/2009
37. Winter Scene 3/19/2009
38. Watcher 9/10/2008
39. Poverty 9/3/2008
40. The Dark In Me 8/20/2008

Comments about Michael Carlson

  • Zeenat Fatima (12/11/2011 4:10:00 AM)

    Really nice poem by you.

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Best Poem of Michael Carlson

Nature

Nature is mighty
Nature is strong
Nature is usually always right
Nature is rarely ever wrong
Nature is beauty
Nature is moody
Nature is smart
Nature always has the greater part
Nature is blue
Nature is green
Nature is every color possibly seen
Nature is true
Nature is beaming
Nature is dreaming
Nature is in every place
Nature is always with grace
Nature is true
Nature is you
Nature is me
Nature will forever be free.

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A Little Tiny Breeze

I feel my hair blowing in the wind
I feel at ease
Wishing I could forever float upon this breeze.
To never again be pinned.

I see for miles upon miles,
Seeing the beauty of the land,
I wish I'll never again have to walk upon these tiles,
To always feel this grand!

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