Robert Kallend

Rookie (30/12/1994 / Hammersmith)

Robert Kallend Poems

1. L.O.V.E 4/27/2011
2. Late At Night! 4/27/2011
3. Forever Sorry! 4/27/2011
4. When I Am Dead! 4/27/2011
5. Being Alive 4/27/2011
6. A Poetic Tale 4/27/2011
7. Three Little Words 4/27/2011
8. Everything For A Smile! 4/27/2011
9. Smile For The People! 4/27/2011
10. The Utility Room Of Shame! 4/27/2011
11. Letting Go 4/27/2011
12. It's All About You! 5/1/2011
13. True Affection 4/27/2011
14. A Wall Of Masks 4/27/2011
15. Dreaming In Reality! 5/25/2011
16. In The Dark 6/14/2011
17. Never Content! 8/28/2011
18. Lonley Hearts Shatter! 8/28/2011
19. One Life! One Chance! One Goal! 8/28/2011
20. Setting Sun 10/24/2011
21. Heads Held High 11/14/2011
22. Sigh 1/22/2012
23. Inspirations 4/27/2011
24. Emotions 4/27/2011
25. Simple Feelings 4/27/2011
26. All That's Left Are Memories! 4/27/2011
27. What Is Death? 4/27/2011
28. Where Do I Stand? 4/27/2011
29. Bright Eyes 4/27/2011
30. Silence Is Golden, Ignorance Is Bliss 4/27/2011
31. The Circle Of Life! 4/27/2011
32. Casanova 4/27/2011

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Best Poem of Robert Kallend

Casanova

To write a poem one must be truly inspired,
so write it for the girl you deeply desired.
think of words that describe her well,
like pretty and interesting, jolly and swell.
take an aspect of her that you like,
and see how she smiles in utter delight.
you wrote her a poem a rhyme in a verse,
it works like a charm like a bad witches curse.
and then she is yours to kiss and to hold,
and that is when she must be told.
it is not a one off and you really do care,
or she'll be gone, dispersed back into thin air.
count your blessings for i do not lie,
but...

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Where Do I Stand?

Solitude, depression, endearing pain. Such misery brought upon by these now previous yet yearned for moments.
The belief that we love each other in the balance. Yet perhaps the fine line shifting between love and lust is now but one.
Time drifts on and so too does the knowledge that these lies will keep us together.

Words of temporary relief and distraction help disregard that, that is so bluntly there.
The fragile disposition that we have left ourselves in, growing to the point that a m

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