Richard Noggin

Rookie - 0 Points (May 2,1979 / Wilmington, North Carolina)

Richard Noggin Poems

161. Ruth 9/2/2010
162. Make A Difference 9/2/2010
163. Heather 9/2/2010
164. Am I Capable 9/2/2010
165. What Provokes A Man 9/2/2010
166. Why Will I Not Allow Myself Peace 9/2/2010
167. Thunderous Tragedy 9/2/2010
168. I Run To You 9/3/2010
169. Love Was Never Meant To Last 9/4/2010
170. Opportunities 9/5/2010
171. Alone With My Thoughts 9/6/2010
172. Where Does Love Exist 9/14/2010
173. 6: 45 In The Morning 9/14/2010
174. Try Harder 9/2/2010
175. I Am Just A Man 8/30/2010
176. That Is All I Get Of You 8/20/2010
177. Weather Is Changing 8/31/2010
178. Random Thoughts Of Character 8/31/2010
179. Lord Be My Strength 8/22/2010
180. Great Expectations 8/21/2010
181. Will You Call Me Tomorrow? 8/20/2010
182. Just A Plain Man 8/20/2010
183. Remembering Love 8/17/2010
184. First Sings Of Spring 8/17/2010
185. “train” All Aboard 8/17/2010
186. Two Hearts Separated 8/20/2010
187. Summer Break 8/17/2010
188. Once A Hardened Heart 8/30/2010
189. Shut Your Mouth 9/2/2010
190. Emotional Pain 9/2/2010
191. Red Hair 8/29/2010
192. Will To Live 9/1/2010
193. A Modern Response To “his Coy Mistress” 8/17/2010

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A Modern Response To “his Coy Mistress”

So you say you would love me
Till the end of time
Sit down and admirer me
If it were not a crime
You say that you drive by
My house night after night
Waiting for me to turn on
My bedroom light
That your love for me
Would last for years.
That the thought of my love
Makes your eyes swell with tears.
That my size and shape
Is what you most adore
That your imagination
Keeps you wanting me more.
You say that time is coming
To a close
Hurry up, come on
Take off your clothes.
That to die a virgin
Is not a sin.
But would make you a ...

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Is Love Blind

Those that say love is blind
Have never been rejected.
They haven’t lived inside my body.
They haven’t felt the pain in my heart,
Or wiped the tears away with my hands.
Maybe I am destined to live alone.
But at least I won’t have to live in this prejudice society.
Where people are judged on their looks,
And not on the content of their character.

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