Shiloh Thompson Poems
|41.||Smile! You'Re In College||10/10/2007|
|44.||Musing On Friends||3/4/2008|
|45.||On The Shores Of The Lake||4/13/2008|
|46.||Dance Of Life||3/31/2008|
|49.||Don'T Be Fooled||3/5/2008|
|50.||Ode To Friends||10/8/2007|
|51.||An Eulogy For The Man That Cared||1/10/2008|
|53.||I Miss My Friend||2/5/2008|
|54.||Not Another Teenage Stereotype Statistic||2/28/2008|
|55.||Insomnia Of The Writer||10/9/2007|
|56.||A Prayer In A Moment Of Weakness||10/8/2007|
Rain, rain, fall today,
Wash away my debts to pay,
Cleanse me of my sins I pray,
Rain, rain, fall away.
Rain, rain, fall away,
Wash away the blood today,
Wake us from this dream I say,
Rain, rain, here to stay.
Rain, rain, here to stay,
Keep the sin of hate at bay,
Love is coming here to stay,
Rain, rain, fall today.
One of my favorite things to do is curl up in my aunt's library over Thanksgiving with a book of prose or poetry and satisfy my literary cravings.
A dusky ambience full of silent laughter,
The scents of coffee and pipe smoke,
Overstuffed leather chairs in a circle,
The Masters along the walls beckoning,
Their words invoking the inner thoughts,
Philosophy, poetry and prose,