Trevor Schulte

Rookie - 0 Points (7/28/87 / California)

Trevor Schulte Poems

1. Who...? 9/17/2006
2. One More Chance 9/17/2006
3. The Path That He Walked 9/17/2006
4. So Tired... 9/17/2006
5. Unconditional Love 9/17/2006
6. Life Once Again 9/17/2006
7. Out Of Reach 9/17/2006
8. What Am I? 9/17/2006
9. Blinded Faith 9/17/2006
10. My Sister 9/17/2006
11. Tomorrow 9/17/2006
12. What Is This About? 9/17/2006
13. Temptations 9/17/2006
14. Values 9/17/2006
15. When I Think About You 9/17/2006
16. Repentance 9/17/2006
17. Imagined But Unfathomed 9/17/2006
18. Walk The Line 9/17/2006
19. Unfinished Love 9/19/2006
20. Patient Heart 9/19/2006
21. Waiting 9/19/2006
22. Imagination 12/29/2006
23. Divine Intervention 12/29/2006
24. Going Back 12/29/2006
25. True Love Awaits 12/29/2006
26. Condemnation 12/29/2006
27. One More 12/29/2006
28. Spiritual Fire 12/29/2006
29. The Way 12/29/2006
30. So Much More... 12/29/2006
31. Since Him 12/29/2006
32. Smile 12/29/2006
33. In Search... 12/29/2006
34. Homework! 12/29/2006
35. Life Struggles 12/29/2006
36. Lacking Sincerity 12/29/2006
37. Let Me Be... 12/29/2006
38. Flowers' Purpose 12/29/2006
39. Momentary Joy 1/8/2007
40. Divine Forgiveness 2/4/2007
Best Poem of Trevor Schulte

Blue Eyed Girl

There she sits
the blue eyed girl
Little does she know
that she is my world
Her beauty consists
of mulitple dimensions
Each mirroring that she's
God's greatest invention
When she looks at me
her eyes pierce my heart
As my mouth starts to utter
words that fall apart
The feeling she drives
into my soul
Makes my mind
lose control
She is by far
the definition of perfect
Even the sound of her name
makes my feelings surface
Oh to be one
with God's finest creation
would cease this frustration
and would ultimately
bring my ...

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Unconditional Love

I see but a poor reflection,
as I stare into the mirror.
Seeing an impure man
with nothing to hold but fear.
I stand here wondering how I could
be loved with such deep affection.
Knowing that a murderer like me
doesn't even deserve a reflection.
How could the man I killed,

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