Russell Crow

Silver Star - 3,182 Points [the Poet] (May 25th,1995)

Russell Crow Poems

1. Backfire 5/10/2013
2. Bother 5/10/2013
3. Blank Expression 5/10/2013
4. Crime 5/10/2013
5. Dedicated Falter 5/10/2013
6. An Antiseptic Cover Girl 5/10/2013
7. Stared Into Nothing 5/10/2013
8. If I Cut The Rope... 5/10/2013
9. Deceivable Victim 5/10/2013
10. Null And Void 5/10/2013
11. Porcelain Statues Bleached In Blood 5/10/2013
12. Red Flags 5/10/2013
13. Tiger 5/10/2013
14. Study Or Staring 5/10/2013
15. What If I 5/10/2013
16. Will The Cat Steal Your Tongue 5/10/2013
17. Curse Upon Myself 5/10/2013
18. Breathless, Travis Morrison 5/10/2013
19. Melanie 5/13/2013
20. Unraveling, Alone Two Heartbeats 5/13/2013
21. An Infinite Phase Of Guilt 5/13/2013
22. The Sun Questions Life 5/13/2013
23. Simultaneously 5/13/2013
24. The Sound Of Breathing 5/13/2013
25. Masquerade Is Calling Again 5/13/2013
26. Kiss 5/13/2013
27. Curse Of A Dragon Lineage 5/13/2013
28. Journal Entry Of Rome 5/13/2013
29. Everlasting Guilt 5/13/2013
30. Journal Entry Of Romulus 5/13/2013
31. Diary Of Allen 5/13/2013
32. Diary Of Avelyn 5/13/2013
33. Stolen From Me 5/14/2013
34. Scarlett Jade 5/14/2013
35. From Amelia 5/14/2013
36. Flaws In The Design Of A Butterfly 5/14/2013
37. Break The Silence; Attack Of Nervousness 5/14/2013
38. Paradox Of Silence 5/14/2013
39. Am I Only Dreaming 5/9/2013
40. Tear Drops 5/9/2013
Best Poem of Russell Crow

Escape The Holocaust

Another night
Another fight to survive
As the days go by
Everybody with blonde hair and blue eyes
And if the religion fits
They'll burn to a crisp
This is a fight
A fight to stay alive
Some have tried to escape this
This Holocaust as some have called it
But they were stopped
Dragged, pulled back in
Forced to endure harsh labor camps
Forced to flee their homes
To find a secret place to
Live peacefully without a fear of
Their lives taken away without dignity

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Everything

Everything
it just falls down to one word
Everything
and everything I could ever say would never be enough
Everything
and I could blame denial
Denial, my beast and insomnia-tic dream
not here, not present; was it ever really there
I filed this under 'low level tragedy'

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