natasha LaTulip aka Gpsi MoonShine

Rookie - 0 Points (January 5,1983; Capricorn / Longmount, Colorado)

natasha LaTulip aka Gpsi MoonShine Poems

1. I Sing A Song For You 3/14/2009
2. Satanic Romance 3/14/2009
3. Inspiraled 3/15/2009
4. My Cat Arian 3/15/2009
5. Pledge 3/15/2009
6. Spyrus Of The Gumdropp Tears; Fearie In Fears 3/15/2009
7. Glicket Glutteney 3/15/2009
8. O.C.D. 5/12/2010
9. Shy Doe 5/12/2010
10. To Capture Is To Excape 5/12/2010
11. Encore; Says The Truth 5/12/2010
12. A Rat Tale 5/12/2010
13. But You 5/12/2010
14. Predictable Control 6/30/2009
15. Pure 6/30/2009
16. Blissful Eyes 5/14/2010
17. Mornig Due 5/14/2010
18. In Sweet Memory 5/12/2010
19. Thoughts Have Nothing But Time 3/15/2009
20. Strong For Two As One 3/14/2009
21. I Don'T Remember 5/16/2010
22. Stumped 6/30/2009
23. Ode' To My Sister 5/12/2010

Comments about natasha LaTulip aka Gpsi MoonShine

  • Karen Latulip (3/14/2009 3:32:00 PM)

    Beautiful Poem! ! I love this one out of your many that you have wrote over the years. It really comes from your heart.

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Best Poem of natasha LaTulip aka Gpsi MoonShine

Ode' To My Sister

Sister is, sister be. So much is my baby sister not like me.
I've watched you grow and change so much, but I couldn't
ever stand it when you touched my stuff. You'd alwaysglimmer,
you'd always shine, I couldn't stand it when what's yours,
used to be mine.

The sky is blue, the sky is grey. You're my baby sister for
another day. You grew into your own, I've been glad that
I've been able to stay. Watch you change in all your own ways.

Sister is, sister be. Who'd ever knew that my baby sister would
grow up similar to me.

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Strong For Two As One

To the kingdom of the Gulies, lay the queen to his side. The battle begun amungst the Embasery, and refuse, do whitch, is not of the kingdom in resign.Dance thy king in wisdom, queen, let your heart shed in grace. The kingdom is pulling outward- stance, to is the distance, of thy place.

Heartships will not be over drawan, and the edges of one's temperance, hold ground. For one is not to foresaken, the images that may of mark a frown. Pick up your swords and words mighty king, Queen has bestow

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