Missy Lynn

Rookie (6/30/89 / Toledo Ohio)

Missy Lynn Poems

161. Yes Your Sexy 5/5/2006
162. We Just Broke Up 5/5/2006
163. Shannon 5/9/2006
164. Song Sung In The Bathroom 5/14/2006
165. Here To Eternity 5/14/2006
166. You Did Not Go 7/9/2005
167. Super Natural Mind 8/14/2005
168. Many Nights 1/28/2006
169. Hate For One Who Hates 7/25/2005
170. A Wish 3/10/2006
171. I Never Want To Like Agian 5/5/2006
172. (wind) Stealing The Calm Of Night 7/25/2005
173. New Co-Worker 1/22/2006
174. Summer I 7/30/2005
175. Time Is Funny 11/24/2005
176. Resistance 9/2/2005
177. Advertising 9/2/2005
178. Battlefield 9/9/2005
179. Lifes Potholder 7/31/2005
180. Hating Love 7/3/2005
181. Right 11/26/2005
182. Religon 9/16/2005
183. Something Nice To Read 1/4/2006
184. Overworked 5/14/2006
185. Still America 8/8/2005
186. Grandmother's Love 8/8/2005
187. Feminism 8/4/2005
188. Trust Is 7/31/2005
189. Remember Then And Now 7/12/2005

Comments about Missy Lynn

  • Richard Stilwell (12/29/2005 12:02:00 AM)

    You have much wisdom young lady and I thank you for sharing your mind with me. Keep doing what you are doing and by the time you are my age you will have thousands of poems and practice writing them. You can only get better and you are already great! Later, Rick

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Best Poem of Missy Lynn

Remember Then And Now

Remember little jack sprat
Remember three little pigs
Remember all those fairy tales
That seemed so real to us a kids

Remember mother goose
Remember Cinderella going to the ball
Remember the old lady in the shoe
Remember sleeping beauty eyes closed and all

Remember growing up and out
Remember getting rid of baby things
Remember watching Disney
And not singing barney songs we used to sing

Remember getting grow up
Remember sleeping in big kid beds
Remember ditching Barbie dolls
And tiring to flush their heads

Remember ...

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Lifes Potholder

The potholder of being
Cannot stand high temperature
Caution life on high heat
Can melt the soul
Like and candle in a
Four hundred degree oven

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