Pam Morris

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Pam Morris Poems

1. I Am Sorry 5/21/2006
2. Morning Song 5/21/2006
3. Haiku 5/21/2006
4. A Poem To Be 5/22/2006
5. In The Night Sometimes 5/22/2006
6. Falling Out Of Religion 5/22/2006
7. Thoughts On My Scribbles 5/22/2006
8. Then I 5/22/2006
9. The Matter 5/22/2006
10. Passion 5/22/2006
11. Lowly 5/22/2006
12. Thought And Remembrance 5/22/2006
13. Cold Prayer 5/22/2006
14. Jack The Ripper 5/22/2006
15. Imagining Someone’s Life Without A Mother 5/22/2006
16. Pm Poem 5/25/2006
17. The Silence Of Tonight 5/25/2006
18. Being In Pain 5/25/2006
19. Your Love 5/25/2006
20. Able To Know 6/14/2006
21. Impressive To Be Encountered 6/15/2006
22. Following Paths 6/15/2006
23. Untitled! I Mean Completely Without Title! 6/15/2006
24. Elizabeth Schroeder 6/22/2006
25. Everything Was Lovely 6/27/2006
26. Man Released From Prison 6/27/2006
27. Like This 6/29/2006
28. There Is No Need 6/30/2006
29. Totally 6/30/2006
30. Passing In The Distance 7/6/2006
31. Owen 7/11/2006
32. Say No More 7/16/2006
33. Select Few 5/25/2006
34. How Alone She Felt 7/16/2006
35. No, Just, No 5/25/2006
36. The Role Of Men 6/30/2006
37. Being Your Soul 5/25/2006
38. Petty 5/18/2006
39. I Am Not Going To Lie 7/16/2006
40. Alone And Forgetting 5/25/2006
Best Poem of Pam Morris

Alone And Forgetting

Jungles of emerald trees
Haze so thick not to let in breeze
Forests of beauty no one shall seize
Puncturing warm heat that lets no ease

Peaks of sallow white
Snow so thick you loose sight
Not knowing day from night
Alone in brightness of flight

Great plains so hard
It seems the world is your yard
Yet for this I don’t spar
You are alone there with no guard

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I Am Sorry

Day, with its bright sun
its cheery attitude.
I am sorry I am mot perfect,
and cannot be all you want.
Leave your brave courage
in the toilet, rewind your
selfish ego, don’t fast forward
to the past.
Day, with its swaying breeze

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