Biography of Perry Biggerstaff
Perry Biggerstaff currently lives in Illinois. His poetry is his attempt to crystalize his emotions, experiences, and his thoughts.
Perry Biggerstaff's Works:
Works have appeared in numerous publications, including...'A Second Serving Of Chicken Soup For The Soul' and 'The Moral Compass'.
Perry Biggerstaff Poems
Growing Old Together
To be like them who all would envy To know a love that snared two hearts To feel that love while in their presence To wonder how such true love starts
My Daughter...My Rose
In the garden I call life Where I grow so many things I pull the weeds of toil and strife that life and living brings.
A Different You
Each raindrop on the water is a ripple on the tide. A million drops creating a million ripples that collide.
If This Be Love
Hope gives in to longing thought, of all desires that I've sought. A wanton heart might now be caught, if this be love, that you have brought.
I found our love shaped like a rose on a lonely empty street, It seems so strange, so sad, to find it lying at my feet.
I See God In You
I see God in you and I am blessed. I know that I don't have to guess, why you fit so perfect in my life.
The Road Unknown
I walk a road unknown, Where not a hint of fate is shown. The footprints left, not just my own, for God walks by my side.
Not Just Tonight
Not just tonight …but something forever. Not just a part…but rather the whole. Not just mere words…casually spoken, but rather a promise...from heart and soul.
More Than She May Ever Know
She may never know just what she means to me. She's helped me heal and helped me grow, be all that I should be. She loves me for who I am, and though I may not understand Why she chose this broken man and shattered soul.
Just Beyond These Walls
The sound of loved ones...just beyond these walls that separate one small room from another. Familiar sounds...welcomed sounds
Reflecting… on the man that I've become battles lost and won...through tears and sweat
Let Him Go
You take him to the schools front door and tell him its okay. First day of school, there's so much more, you truly want to say.
So Much More
So much more, them ever dreamed of. So much more than my best friend. Not believing worldly wisdom, That once love starts the friendship ends.
To walk the wire, rise from the fire...recover from the blow To break the chain, march through the rain...and smile at the foe To not be led by circumstance or simply sit and wait
Growing Old Together
To be like them who all would envy
To know a love that snared two hearts
To feel that love while in their presence
To wonder how such true love starts
To hear it in in their conversation
To catch it when their voices rise
To see it in her softest gesture
and in the twinkle of his eyes