Scott Austin

Scott Austin Poems

1. The Arrival Of Natalie Anne 5/22/2010
2. Happy Birthday Daughter 11/6/2008
3. New Arrival 12/6/2007
4. Monica Lynn 11/5/2007
5. The New Arrival 9/25/2009
6. Happy Birthday Son 1/16/2009
7. New Year Wish 12/30/2008
8. You Know 3/22/2007
9. Time 4/20/2007
10. Once Again 12/19/2006
11. I'M Tired 3/19/2007
12. Forgiveness 3/26/2007
13. This Is My Wish 12/5/2006
14. The Sun, The Shine And The Light Of My Life 11/26/2006
15. I'M Sorry 3/19/2007
16. Standing On The Beach 7/11/2006
17. Our Twenty Fifth Year 12/9/2008
18. My Son 8/24/2006
19. A Valentines Wish For You 2/14/2008
20. Blinded By Love 9/7/2007
21. When We First Met 4/19/2006
22. Yearning For A Hug 9/23/2006
23. Bridges 5/1/2007
24. Life Is 3/26/2007
25. Spring Has Sprung 3/29/2007
26. Daughter 9/20/2006

Comments about Scott Austin

  • Tracy Rollings Tracy Rollings (5/4/2007 8:59:00 AM)

    Hi Scott, life isn't a smooth highway, trust me, I read your poem and I can relate to everything in it, it was an Excellent write very well put in words, my self, I'm new to the
    world, only been writing for about a month now, but i have a lot of poems that I did o my past child abuse and I will be sharing them with everyone to read, again thanks for the comment and I did vote great write, thanks your friend Tracy

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Best Poem of Scott Austin


There are new bridges
Worn bridges
Old bridges
And even broken bridges

There are stone bridges
Concrete bridges
Steel bridges
Wooden bridges
And even some rope bridges

Some bridges are open
Some have rails
Some are covered
And some even have arches

There are some wide bridges
There are some narrow bridges too
Some bridges are meant to crossover together
While other bridges are meant to crossover alone

Some bridges are meant for light loads
While others are meant for heavy loads
Some bridges are meant to ride ...

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Standing On The Beach

Standing On The Beach

We are standing on the beach
Watching the sunset slowly go down
With this slow blowing breeze
and waves rolling across our feet

With you standing so ever close

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