Biography of Summer Sandercox
Summer Sandercox Poems
Tears are falling, From beautiful eyes. Tears are falling, Because of beautiful lies.
Not How He Died...But How He Lived
Not how did he die, but how did he live? Not what did he gain, but what did he give?
They say you can have roots and fly But I'm just getting mixed Because the pieces to the puzzle That I thought I had
You'Re All Of This To Me
You're the thought that starts each morning The conclusion to each day You’re in all that i do And everything i say.
Love Me Or Leave Me
Love me now or Leave me That way my heart wont break. Into a million and one pieces that my heart just cant take.
A Locket Of Lies
The locket she once held Close to her heart, Now slips from its clasp, And into her palm.
Judgement For A Soldier
The soldier stood and faced God, Which must always come to pass. He hoped his shoes were shining, Just as brightly as his brass.
If Love Could Have Saved You
God saw you getting weaker, so he did what he thought was best. He came and stood beside you and he whispered 'Come to rest.'
Echoing through my heart I hear your screams As you stand your ground, trying to face your dreams And I wonder do my tears melt holes in your skin? Does my self destruction tell you where I've been?
Who Put God In Charge?
Who put God in charge? What the hell were you thinking? You screwed over this world, And society is sinking.
Where I Come From
I'm from Thanksgiving's with my grandparents Till they passed away And learning not to believe Everything that people say.
From the windows, walking by Cities fall, and children die.
Fallen heroes across the land Brace hearts held in their hand Lie in bed late at night a phone call comes that causes fright
By The Hands Of You
Sadness, despair I feel as my heart Will tear... By the hands of you.
Make Things Right
It's times when I least expect to write
You draw emotions, tears in flight
Here I am, sitting day in and midnight
Hoping somehow to make things right
I'm as confused as any would be
Under circumstances regarding me
To write, to put things so simply
My mind on paper, my own decree