Shelley Caines Poems
|6.||Am I What You Want?||12/22/2006|
|7.||Do You Care?||12/22/2006|
|8.||Are We Over?||12/22/2006|
|11.||What's The Point||7/2/2008|
|16.||Forever And Always||8/12/2008|
|17.||Please Be True||8/12/2008|
|18.||So Many Doubts||8/12/2008|
|21.||I'M The Girl||8/14/2008|
|26.||Can`t Forget You||8/14/2008|
|27.||Nothing Will Change||8/12/2008|
Comments about Shelley Caines
They can be brown
They can be white
They can be black
Black as night
They can be fast
They can be slow
But one thing important
They like to show
They are unique
Each and everyone
one thing they like
Is to have fun
Written April 14,2002. I wrote this for a friend of mine, who is obsessed with horses, when she told me she was moving away.
People say wilted roses never die,
But all that is, is a big fat lie.
I have a metaphore for you to hear.
It's about a relationship with one you hold dear.
Roses grow until they bloom,
Beautiful, with no gloom.
At this time, they are strong,
They think nothing could go wrong.
Then they start to wilt and die