Payyton Egerstaffer

Rookie (May 27 / Fort Polk, Louisiana)

Payyton Egerstaffer Poems

1. I'M Not Okay 6/5/2008
2. Hurt 6/10/2008
3. Softer Than Lace 6/10/2008
4. My Life Spun Out Of Control 6/24/2008
5. Yep....Life In This Body I Lack 6/25/2008
6. How Can Anyone Love A Pebble In Their Shoe? 6/25/2008
7. Fire In Her Words 5/25/2008
8. Sing A Sad Song 6/30/2008
9. Love Vs. Joke 6/28/2008
10. I Can'T Be Fixed 7/12/2008
11. I'M Empty Inside 7/13/2008
12. She Will Never Be Whole 7/14/2008
13. Fight For My Life (Pt1) 7/14/2008
14. Epidemic Called Heart Break 7/16/2008
15. Heart Break Hotel 7/19/2008
16. My Star 7/20/2008
17. Sea Of Bodies 7/20/2008
18. Until The Next Time 7/23/2008
19. When Evil Comes Out To Play 7/24/2008
20. I'M The One To Blame 7/24/2008
21. Left Behind 8/3/2008
22. Makeup 8/4/2008
23. Silent Scream 8/4/2008
24. Shattered 11/29/2008
25. No More 11/29/2008
26. Scars 12/9/2008
27. Teardrops 12/14/2008
28. Darkness 12/16/2008
29. Free Her Soul 12/17/2008
30. Bruised Battered 12/23/2008
31. My Novocain 1/4/2009
32. Expected 1/30/2009
33. I Remember 3/23/2009
34. You Just Cant Seem To Win 4/24/2009
35. I'Ll Draw A Picture 5/12/2009
36. Smiles On The Outside 5/13/2009
37. Half Alive 5/14/2009
38. Cheat 5/14/2009
39. My Friend Tyler Says I Need To Get Laid 5/18/2009
40. Poor Thing 6/14/2009

Comments about Payyton Egerstaffer

  • Leslie Alexis (heaven Is My Home) (5/18/2009 3:27:00 PM)

    quoting from kitty 'you are sooo amazing i love you
    to death' - lol.. you are a fine poet my friend and even better person.. nice knowing you

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  • **Kitty Kat** Has Been Broken* (7/27/2008 1:57:00 PM)

    you are sooo amazing i love you to death

Best Poem of Payyton Egerstaffer

Crystal Meth

I destroy homes. I tear families apart.
I take children and that’s just a start.
I’m more valued than diamonds, more precious than gold.
The sorrow I bring is a sight to behold.
If you need me, remember, I’m easily found.
I live all around you, in school and in town.
I live with the rich, I live with the poor.
I live just down the street, and maybe next door.
I’m made in a lab, but not one like you think.
I can be made under the kitchen sink, or in your
Child’s closet, even out in the woods.
If this scares you to death, it certainly should.
I have many ...

Read the full of Crystal Meth


A thick fog of awareness seeped through her pores
Like hands of those holding on for life itself
She felt the knowing course through her veins
Exposing what she had worked so hard to conceal
She felt it with every fiber of her being
Even the uncertainty seemed to understand
What she had not expected or foreseen
Was what had happened next
The lights dimmed

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