Sarah Cotnam


Sarah Cotnam Poems

1. Days Go Bye 4/11/2005
2. Darkest Days 12/10/2005
3. Forward 10/12/2004
4. Voice Of Reason 4/11/2005
5. Interrogation 5/1/2005
6. Because I Had Too 4/25/2005
7. A Love, A Life 5/1/2005
8. The Gallery 4/11/2005
9. Forced Feelings 5/1/2005
10. Hotel Home 8/30/2005
11. Sorry I Never 8/30/2005
12. The Truth Is 1/27/2007
13. Missunderstood 7/17/2007
14. In Hopes 7/17/2007
15. Fairytale Romance 10/21/2007
16. Ramblings 11/7/2007
17. Bound 11/13/2007
18. Single 11/23/2007
19. Confused 12/17/2007
20. (incomplete And Missing) 8/17/2008
21. Drink Nights 5/17/2009
22. Not For Climbing 5/17/2009
23. Lost Chance 5/17/2009
24. Temporary 7/16/2009
25. Staring Back At You 7/31/2009
26. Jealous 11/5/2009
27. Broken Clock 11/5/2009
28. Light 12/9/2009
29. Child's Play 12/9/2009
30. Or Take Me There 2/5/2010
31. Still-Ing 2/21/2010
32. Stranger Stories 2/21/2010
33. Lakes Freeze In The Winter 10/20/2010
34. Handed Over 10/20/2010
35. Condition 12/10/2010
36. Love ? 6/18/2011
37. Numb 11/4/2011
38. Give Up The Quit 11/4/2011
39. His Story 5/31/2012
40. Young Philosophies Of A Changing Heart 8/12/2012

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No Parking

I have come to the road stop
gone from the place of need to change clothes and roles
to the real –whatever that is-
the time to change: the last sensible reinvent
Phase one: complete

Time to be consistent, coherent, and determined
to believe in a me worth projecting
and project
as loud as I possibly can
to ensure myself that those I lost
and those I ran away from
know me, remember me, and forgive me
in every light I wished them to have seen me
by projecting myself in every light I wish them to see
for all my steps forward
and to do so ...

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Darkest Days

i used to have my darkest days
i used to never sing nor play
i used to cry when no one would see
and wait for someone impatiently

i used to question everything
never know a single thing
think only of stupidity
always afraid what others see

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