Biography of Regan Mackenzie
Regan Mackenzie Poems
These Lost, These Come At A Cost Women
I see these city lights and flashy cars These beautiful women lost under stars These daughters and sisters and mothers These lost women
Trust In Pieces
You had something of mine Thick But fragile as glass A rarity
A Beautiful Boy
beautiful boy he was born such a beautiful boy but born of a mother who's soul is drugged and dead
She's A Poet
Oh she's just so sweet with her words So poetic and he falls for every line Its pathetic But she's just so sweet with her words
I Cant Breathe..
I can't breathe... These thoughts rush to my head Led by my own insecurities I can't breathe and my stomachs made knots
A Taste Of Heaven And Hell
you hold hells fire drapped in heavens silk making this night dirty and pure as moonshine
My Girl, My Woman
you engulf me like the sea would in a raging storm through your eyes, your touch, your kiss you have me sink so deep into this.. this..
I refuse to end up another bitter woman mad at men But men You make it so easy I mean you just do the same damn things
I Finally Get It
I finally get it Why they often say 'it's hard for me to breathe' I cant believe how thick the air is now
Time slowly goes by The sun has chased the moon from the sky and still I Lie here Waiting for the impossible
Walked out the door, found a penny Drove and got every green light Parked in the front with no problem Everything seems to go right.
Walked out the door, found a penny
Drove and got every green light
Parked in the front with no problem
Everything seems to go right.
Walked out the door into puddles
Ran to the stop, missed the bus
Waited while rain came a pouring
Everythings done with a fuss.