Biography of Suzie Lee
I have no knowledge or skills with poetry. I just kind of write what comes out and everything is really quite unconventional.
So if you're out to attack me on my form, save yourself some time, because I don't really care =)
Suzie Lee's Works:
Suzie Lee Poems
[smile] So Heavy On The Heart
I wish I could have see you on the day All numbers and letters turned us off To see that smile on your face So I won’t have to wonder if you wonder
He Gave Me Up For Harlotry.
Oh wicked one Why so stiff, why so stiff With the blood that I’d bleed dry for you? breathe in the calm
Man, You Really Know How To Grow A Beard
I recognize your face And what a beautiful face So striking and bright But your hands feel so incredibly different
Concrete And Evergreens (The First Taste...
Who do I think I am? Saying I know everything Having nothing to show I’ve given up on all my dreams
When all your friends have gone to places you cannot go. Or when all your friends become people you do not know. the time is here to turn and point your heart in directions you've never been keep contacts, text, myspace, or call...
Dirty Pretty Boys
Pretty boys give pretty glares And say pretty words But looks can be deceiving For their intentions
Frail Words To Make You Realize You Are ...
You stand, tired and stripped of all security Torn and weak This vulnerability has you at your finest Tears stain those once steady hands
Something Inspirational And Something No...
Why do we so foolishly pour all of our hopes and dreams Into empty casts of such flawed molds of flesh? We’re all so vulnerable to deception and desires A pretty face is just a pretty face
Go Get Em' Tiger!
What a mess I got myself into Thinking I could ever reach you I was moving too fast When you wanted to move slow
Go Get Em' Tiger!
What a mess I got myself into
Thinking I could ever reach you
I was moving too fast
When you wanted to move slow
I was hurrying along
When you never wanted to go
I think I had your hand at one point in time
The warmth was unmistakable
But we digress